It's Monday! What Are You Reading? #1

Well, I used to participate in this waaaaay back in the day when J. Kaye started it. It's moved around a bit since then and is now hosted by Book Date. I've decided to join the meme again and have fun visiting the blogs.

What I am Currently Reading:


 City of the Lost by Kelley Armstrong


 Hollywood Traitors: Blacklisted Screenwriters – Agents of Stalin, Allies of Hitler by Allan H. Ryskind

Graphic Novel/Manga:

 The Seven Deadly Sins Vol. 11

I also usually may have a few other things on the go long term that I won't include here, but I do always have a short story collection going as I read one short story every morning with my cup of coffee. My current collection is:

Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum: Twelve Shuddery Stories for Daring Young Readers edited by Alfred Hitchcock

What I Finished Reading and/or Posted This Week
Mister Doctor by Irène Cohen-Janca
The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
Chronological with Stephen King

Manga/Graphic Novels
Your Lie in April Vol. 5 by Naoshi Arakawa
My Love Story!!, Vol. 7 by Kazune Kawahara
One-Punch Man, Vol. 4 by ONE
Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 3: by Yoshiaki Sukeno
Noragami: Stray God Volumes 7, 8 & 9 by Adachitoka


  1. Welcome back to the meme. I just added City of the Lost to my Amazon wishlist and can't wait to read it. Here is my weekly report. Happy reading!

    1. I'm almost finished City of the Lost. It's amazing!

  2. I recently read my 1st Kelley Armstrong book Masked Truth. I would try another thriller by her.

    1. City of the Lost is so unique and I'm loving it way better than Masked Truth!

    2. Well of course I trust your opinion, will definitely give another go, especially since it is a thriller.

  3. Hollywood Traitors looks like one I'd enjoy. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your books.


  4. I have a few Kelly Armstrong books to read. They all sound good. You can see mine here:

    New G+ follower.

  5. I like the idea of one short story in the morning with coffee! Great idea.

  6. Welcome back!!

    I hope you are having a good reading week.

    City of the Lost looks good.

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  7. I remember reading Alfred Hitchcock short stories back in elementary school, and I think I still have some nightmares to prove it. Have a good reading week!


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