It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #73

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey meant to highlight books you read in the past week, and what you’re planning on reading this week.

It was another busy week, and unfortunately I didn’t have any books that really pulled me in. I’m still ahead on my reading challenge, but I have a friend coming to visit on Friday for almost a week, and that will certainly cut into my reading time.

Four Secrets by Margaret Willey
A Charlie Brown Christmas: The Making of a Tradition by Charles M. Schulz and Bill Melendez

Continuing to read:
Live by Night by Dennis Lehane

Hoping to finish:
The Infects by Sean Beaudoin
A History of Ghosts: The True Story of Séances, Mediums, Ghosts, and Ghostbusters by Peter H. Aykroyd and Angela Narth
Fever Season: The Epidemic of 1878 That Almost Destroyed Memphis, and the People who Saved It by Jeanette Keith

What are you reading this week?

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7 Responses to It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #73

  1. Looks like you’ve got a good week lined up. Hope you finish what you’re in the middle of!

  2. MarthaE says:

    I haven’t read Lehane for a while. Fever Sounds really interesting.
    Happy Reading!

  3. Kristin T. says:

    Your books all sound interesting…will be looking forward to reading your reviews of them.

    Have a good week!
    ~Kristin @ Always With a Book

  4. Jennifer says:

    Awww, Charlie Brown :) I hope you liked that one, sounds great!

    The Relentless Reader

  5. Fever Season sounds interesting!

    I still watch Charlie Brown’s Christmas every year. :) Have a great week!

  6. I have actually not read any of the books that you listed, though I don’t think anything with Charlie Brown can be bad ;)

  7. I love the cover for The Infects and hope to pick it up soon too. Hope you enjoy it and your other upcoming reads.

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