It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (61)


It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by BookDate. It’s where book bloggers gather to talk about what books they read and reviewed last week, what books they’re currently reading and what books they’re planning to read. This is a great way for me to plan my reading week, and to take a sneak peek at what others are reading.

Finished Reading

Currently Reading

What are you reading this week?


  1. Kathy Martin says

    I started Asylum and decided that it was way to creepy for me. I donated it to my high school media center where I have devoted horror lovers. Come see what I’ve been doing. Happy reading!

  2. I hope you enjoy your books, just wanted to stop by and see what you are reading!

  3. The Girl From the Well looks so good, Majanka! I hop you’re enjoying it 🙂
    Have a wonderful week and happy reading.

  4. It looks like you’ve had a really spooky list! Which one was/ is your favorite so far?
    I’m about to start Illuminae today, I wasn’t going to read it because I thought I’d be disappointed, but it was in at the library so I had to get it 🙂 Happy reading!

  5. Some spooky looking books and I hope you enjoy them all.

  6. Both the Woman in Blue and The Girl in the Well intrigue me. Happy reading.

  7. You always manage to find the books with the creepiest covers 🙂

  8. The Girl From the Well sounds so good and the cover is so creepy! Hope you’re enjoying it!

  9. Man f I read the books you have here, I would never sleep again!! I hope you enjoy your scary reading this week.

  10. Ooo, lots of eerie looking books there! Yay! I bet I’d like them too. I got Asylum as a Kindle deal last year, but haven’t had a chance to read it yet.
    Happy reading!

  11. Oooh The Girl From The Well sounds really good! Can’t wait to see what you think of that one

  12. Late visiting but better late than never hey lol. A line up of creepy books, what did you think of Asylum? it’s on my stack. Have a great week and happy reading 🙂

  13. Asylums seem to be a popular setting for YA books these days. I read two last year (These Shallow Graves which has a few scenes there and A Madness So Discreet which takes place in two different asylums).

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