I have a disease where I walk into a bookstore and buy things despite the fact that I’d just said I was going to look.

I’m currently in the middle of Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard. This is the sequel to Red Queen and I’m enjoying it. There’s a ton of action and the romantic in me JUST WANTS THEM TO GET TOGETHER ALREADY.

I’m really excited to dive into The Weight of Feathers by Anna-Marie McLemore. The title alone got me, but the idea behind it, the feuding families and forbidden love pulls me completely in. But seriously, that title is just perfect. The Siren by Keira Cass is on my bookshelf too. I was slow to warm up to her books, not sure why, probably just not in the right frame of mind, so I’m holding this one for a rainy day.

I’ve got a few memoirs that I’m ready for. Debbie Reynolds has one called Make ‘Em Laugh: Short-Term Memories of Longtime Friends. The gossip in me loves the whole love-triangle between her, Eddie Fisher, and Elizabeth Taylor. I have always loved her, and I can’t wait to read all of these stories. I’ve got Mindy Kaling’s new book on hold at the library and I think that one is going to be fantastic (as was her first one).

What’s everyone else reading?

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  1. I share your plight in a bookstore. I might say I never met a bookstore I didn’t like. At the moment I’m reading Pane and Suffering, a “light mystery” by new author Cheryl Hollon. I’m also reading Shadows of Lancaster County by Mindy Starns Clark. The former on Nook and the latter as a book. – Looking forward to reading some of what you write.

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