It's Monday! What Are You Reading? #7




This meme is held over on Book Date's blog and here we talk about what we are Currently Reading, What we read/posted the last week and what we plan on reading next week. I won't be posting what's coming up; you can get an idea by looking in my sidebars.

What I am Currently Reading

Fiction:

I've read *all* Jo Nesbo's books! I love him. This one is different though (according to all the reviews and the slim size) so I've been putting it off but the sequel to it was just published last month so I better get them read!




















Non-Fiction

Continuing to read this from last week. It's a short book but I'm purposely reading it slowly for Lent. Should finish it this week, though.




















Graphic Novel/Manga



















I always have a short story collection going as I read one short story every morning with my cup of coffee. I have put that aside for Lent though and will be reading one chapter from The Holy Bible for the remainder of these 40 days.  In case you are interested, I am reading "Job".

What I Finished Reading and/or Posted This Week



Graphic Novels/Manga

Comments

  1. Angels and Saints sounds interesting! Thanks for sharing.

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2016/02/sunday-salon-catching-up_21.html

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  2. Thanks for the Switch, Grant McKenzie recommendation.

    I haven't tried a Jo Nesbo yet, I think I'm still on the fence on if I will enjoy his books but I feel that is my genre, I have to give him a try.

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  3. I have never read Jo Nesbo before. Maybe one day!

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  4. Very nice blog. Glad I found you on the linky list.

    You are brave to read Jo Nesbo. :) We read one of his books for book club and most of us were squeamish. :)

    I hope you have a wonderful reading week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My It's Monday, What Are You Reading

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