What Are You Reading?


Hello Friends!

I almost didn’t want to do this today because what I am reading this week isn’t much different from last week. I hate when I get stuck on a few books.

I am still listening to Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King

Of course, this will be a month long thing anyways, so it’s not big deal. But this book is so skevy. Yeah, I have read Stephen King books before…he wouldn’t be my favorite author if I hadn’t, but I don’t remember reading any that made my skin craw like this one. Maybe it’s different because I am listening to it instead of sitting down to read it. Either way, it’s still really good and makes me really question Mr. King’s morals. I’m only kind of kidding

What I am reading:

Changes by Jim Butcher

Like I said last week, this one got put on the back burner for another book I was really into, but last night this book hit it’s mid-point and got super interesting. I am sure I will finish it this week.

The Legendary Haunting of Quentin Wallis by C.K. McKenzie

This is the author of the month and the one book review I will be doing for The Reading Bud. The whole story has been very intriguing, but I am finding it to be a little long winded as well. It hasn’t lost my interest, I just have to really focus when I am reading it.

Tell me, what are you reading this week?


2 thoughts on “What Are You Reading?

  1. Book Haunt says:

    I find that once you reach a certain point in the Dresden books, you remember why you love them so much and that’s when they become hard to put down!

    And yeah, I always wondered how Mrs. Stephen King felt about sleeping next to someone who thinks up the stories her husband does! He’s always been a favorite author of mine though.

    • Heather M. says:

      So true about the Dresden books. You know you love them, but that first half of the book it always just feels like “been there, done that.” Then you get hit with an “OMG What’s going to happen now!” Lol

      I feel like there needs to be an interview with Stephen Kings family… without him present. Lol I would just love to sit and chat with Stephen King for an hour about how he goes about his research for his crazier characters.

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