Sunday, February 15, 2015

Musing Mondays

Musing Mondays is hosted over at Should Be Reading.  Let's talk about what we've been reading and writing.

Last week, I finished Hope to Die, the 22nd book in the Alex Cross series by James Patterson.  I had no idea there were 22 Alex Cross books!  It was an easy read because it was a wild ride the entire book!  I thoroughly enjoyed it.  And he even managed to work a little twist in there that almost got me!  Way to go, Patterson!  Loved it!

I'm now reading House Rules by Jodi Picoult, and so far, I am enjoying it,  It's over 600 pages long, so it will probably take me two weeks to read.  What fascinates me most is that one of the main characters has Asperger's Syndrome.  I have a few students this year who are on the autism spectrum, so I'm quite interested.  And with all Picoult books, the storyline will be thought-provoking.

This weekend, I have been working hours and hours on some projects whose deadlines are fast approaching.  I have been writing, and scanning, and editing, and uploading, and writing some more, and ugh!  I told my husband I was going to take a break and read my One Year Bible.  He said, "That's what's keeping you sane."  He wasn't being facetious, and he's absolutely right!  And I'm continuing my 3-Minute Devotionals for Women.  I love those almost as much as my Bible reading.

I also found this gem on the web.  I hope you will read and enjoy it as much as I did.

What are you reading?


4 comments:

JC Jones said...

Snow day here today so reading.

alberta ross said...

haven't read either of those, I do enjoy Picoult so must look that one up - happy reading:)

Jolene said...

I just begun "If I Stay". It is sort of reminding me of "Lovely Bones" in some ways. Enjoy your reading.

Terra Heck said...

I just finished reading Esther: Royal Beauty. Very good book! I just posted a review and giveaway for a copy on my blog at www.heckofabunch.com if you're interested. I don't care much for James Patterson so I don't usually read his books. House Rules sounds like a book I'd enjoy. I'll have to check it out.

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