It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?


It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

Posted Last Week:

Review: Horde (Razorland #3) by Ann Aguirre
Wishlist Wednesday: MARY: The Summoning (Bloody Mary #1) by Hillary Monahan
Waiting on Wednesday: Spelled by Betsy Schow
Review: The Haunted Mask II (Goosebumps #36) by R.L. Stine
Review: Black Hole Sun (Hell’s Cross #1) by David Macinnis Gill
Read-a-Thon: Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon

Read Last Week:

Even though I participated in Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon, I only read about 100 pages. I read about 200 pages the entire week. Between my eyes bothering me and my anxiety being worse than usual, I had trouble reading. Hopefully next week is a bit better. I hope to at least finish Ink Exchange and maybe start another book.

Currently Reading:

Ink Exchange (Wicked Lovely #2) by Melissa Marr

Coming Up This Week:

Review: The Messengers by Edward Hogan
Wishlist Wednesday: Not sure yet.
Waiting on Wednesday: Not sure about this one either.
Mini Review: Monster High by Lisi Harrison
Series Review: Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schrieber

Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon!


Hey guys! Just a quick post to let you know what I plan on reading today for Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon. I’m not sure if I will read the whole book since I haven’t been reading much this week because my eyes have been bothering me. I am going to try my best, read as much as I can and have fun.

If you are participating, let me know what you plan on reading. I hope to read:

2321296Ink Exchange (Wicked Lovely #2) by Melissa Marr

Details: Paperback, 352 pages
Published: March 31st 2009 (first published 2008)

Summary: Unbeknownst to mortals, a power struggle is unfolding in a world of shadows and danger. After centuries of stability, the balance among the Faery Courts has altered, and Irial, ruler of the Dark Court, is battling to hold his rebellious and newly vulnerable fey together. If he fails, bloodshed and brutality will follow.

Seventeen-year-old Leslie knows nothing of faeries or their intrigues. When she is attracted to an eerily beautiful tattoo of eyes and wings, all she knows is that she has to have it, convinced it is a tangible symbol of changes she desperately craves for her own life.

The tattoo does bring changes—not the kind Leslie has dreamed of, but sinister, compelling changes that are more than symbolic. Those changes will bind Leslie and Irial together, drawing Leslie deeper and deeper into the faery world, unable to resist its allures, and helpless to withstand its perils. . . .