Monday’s Meme: Reading This Week

Monday'sMeme

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Description: This is a weekly meme to discuss anything you want to discuss about the week ahead! You may choose to discuss what you are excited about, what book you are reading/want to read. What tasks you need to do this week. What films and TV you are excited for this week. And anything else you can think of!

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As I’m twenty books behind already on my Goodreads Goal, I’ll be doing a lot of reading, especially in regards to Tor.com short fiction. I’ve selected what I would like to get to reading, and here’s the breakdown for what I’m currently working on in regards to such.

Read Last Week:

Soundless by Richelle Mead 3 stars

Precious Little Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky 5 stars {Tor short fiction}

Ask Me No Questions by Shelley Noble 4 stars

Lady Takes the Case by Eliza Casey 4 stars

Tremaine’s True Love by Grace Burrowes 4 stars

The Fortunate Ones by Catherine Hokin 4 stars {Netgalley Arc}

Reading This Week: 

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen

Red as Blood, White as Snow by Theodora Goss

An Untimely Frost by Penny Richards

I’ve got quite a few other books that I’m hoping to get to as well, because I’m sure that the historical mystery will be a breeze, as will the short story, and the Ten Thousand Doors. But I’ll be traveling a fair bit, provided that the weather holds and I don’t get a large amount of snow dumped unexpectedly onto our location. But that just means more time for reading! What are y’all reading this week? Let me know in the comments!

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book

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