March has turned out to be a stellar reading month. 11 books completed for the month so far with no signs of slowing down! I’ve been on a major time travel kick this year, having already completed 7 time-traveling books this year. My new time travel obsession is a trilogy called the Ruby Red trilogy (or the Edelstein Trilogie as it’s called in its native Germany). So far only two of the three books by Kerstin Gier have been released in the US, with the third (Emerald Green) due out in October. I highly recommend you check this series out ASAP. SO GOOD. And the covers are beautiful to boot!
Anyway enough about my recent time travel obsession and on to what I’m reading! I’m hoping to get through Philippa Gregory’s The Kingmaker’s Daughter, Elizabeth Hoyt’s Lord of Darkness, and a biography on Jane Austen by Paula Byrne entitled The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things. Now it’s your turn! Tell me what’s currently got you hooked in the comments section below!
February has kicked off to a great start! I’ve already completed five books for the month, with another 4 in progress. I’m in process of finishing Sever (the third book in The Chemical Garden trilogy) by Lauren DeStefano, Dragonfly in Amber (the second in the Outlander series) by Diana Gabaldon, Heading out to Wonderful by Robert Goolrick (this is my left over book from January) and Sons and Daughters (a Pride and Prejudice sequel)by Karen Wasylowski. Upon finishing these four books I plan on beginning the audio version of Invisible Murder by Lene Kaaberbøl and Agnete Friis. I was lucky enough to get to meet them at a book signing they did in the US back in the fall and I’ve been dying to listen to this book. Now it’s your turn! Tell me what’s currently got you hooked in the comments section below!
My time for blogging and writing reviews has unfortunately been short lately due to the demands of life offline. I’m still reading, however, and wanted to throw a quick post up showcasing what I’m reading and to also find out what books the rest of you are reading! I’m currently in the process of finishing Jane Odiwe’s Searching for Captain Wentworth. I’m also planning on starting Robert Goolrick’s Heading out to Wonderful and Philippa Gregory’s The Lady of the Rivers. Now it’s your turn! Tell me what’s currently holding you in a trance in the comments section below!