Wednesday, September 23, 2015

What I'm Reading Now: September Edition

Can it be September already? School has started and I'm heading into the thick of things, but I'm still making time to read of course. Here's a snapshot of my currently read pile. I'd love to hear about what you're reading right now too!

On my Nook: The Blue Fairy Book edited by Andrew Lang - I've been wanting to get to these for a long time and I'm really enjoying it. I may even get my NaNoWriMo idea out of one of these fairy tales.

On my Phone: A Medicine for Melancholy and Other Stories by Ray Bradbury - I've only read a couple. Good, but so far I liked the stories in The Illustrated Man better.

In Print - Fiction: The Blackthorn Key by Kevin Sands - Loving this one. I can't wait to see what happens. Sands is doing a great job of weaving in the historical context without overwhelming the reader.

In Print - Non-Fiction: Still making my way through The Madwoman in the Attic. It's good, but long.
On Audio in my Car: Finally doing my reread of The Series of Unfortunate Events and I've made it to The Miserable Mill, the 4th book in the series. This one has always been my least favorite, but I still love this series so very much. And having Lemony Snicket or Tim Curry narrating makes it even better.

On TV: I'm really looking forward to the new seasons starting up in the next couple of weeks! But one of my favorites just started on Saturday: Doctor Who. Can't wait to see what hijinks Twelve and Clara get up to.

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