The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King
So I know I have a million other series that I need to start, but I decided that I really want to go back to this one for right now. I'm also trying to make the three different series I'm reading right now stretch out a little bit. I started this one Saturday night after I finished Catching Fire. I admit, its been such a long time since I've read these books, while I remembered a lot of The Gunslinger, there's a bit in here that I'm unfamiliar with, but that's okay, because I love it.
Hazardous Choices by Joseph Rinaldo
I'm at a stand still with this. I can't seem to make myself pick it up. I really need to, but I'm enjoying the other books I'm reading so much I can't make myself go back to this!
What will I be picking up next?I think that after I finish The Drawing of the Three, I'll go back to the Abarat Series and start Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War. I really enjoyed the first one. After that, I think I'll finish The Hunger Games trilogy with Mockingjay and we'll see what I feel like reading when I finish that.
What can you expect this week?++ Tuesday: No NRT this week. We'll be doing a dscussion post for the Dark Tower Reading Challenge and there will be a wrap up vlog of the books that I've finished for the month of January.
++ Wednesday: Another vlog about my February TBR pile.
++ Thursday: Review of The Help by Kathryn Stockett
++ Friday: TGIF about book appeal; What makes you want to read books?
++ Saturday: Review of Abarat by Clive Barker
++ Sunday: The Sunday Salon.
In case you missed it....++ New Release Tuesday (32)
++ Review of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. 5 out of 5 stars.
++ In My Mailbox (32)