Sadly I must say its a book on changing cognitive behavioural thinking :-/ I find it interesting although i think it may be a guilty pleasure.
I'm reading a book that I helped to edit - a reprint (with updates) of The Meyersco Helix by Andrew McCoy.
If anyone here is interested, I'm also hosting a new linky for bloggers to share what they are reading now.
...and you can help me figure out what to read next... please? My TBR 'pile' is about to bury me!
I'm reading "Extras" by Scott Westerfeld. I'm having a hard time getting into it though.
I'm reading The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer.
I was in the University bookshop a couple of weeks ago - looking for something different to read - and picked this one off the shelf.
Set in Paris 1937, a moving tale of Andras Levi who arrives from Budapest to study architecture at a time when the world was already changing for the worse. I'm almost half way through the book at the moment and am dreading what will happen next in his life and to those around him. It's beautifully written and takes the reader straight to the centre of Paris with a love story which I am sure will break my heart as I move towards the conclusion.
I just finished The Department of Magic. If you are into UF it might be worth the read. I just posted a review last night if anyone wants to check it out. Now I'm on to an Anne Rice book.
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Jazzy reading three books
The color purple, The Help and Bag of Bones
monster hunter international, evil star, and bartemaus
I'm readingBrethren, book one in the Brethren trilogy, by Robyn Young andWhat the Night Knows by Dean Koontz.
I'm reading "The Magicians" by Lev Grossman. It's pitched as Harry Potter for adults. It's interesting so far.
Alison at The Cheap Reader
Reading Crater Lake by Steve Westover for a book blog tour - my date is February 21 - really enjoying this one!!!
Also reading Undertow by Callie Kingston - review request from author - great so far!
I'm reading Matched by Ally Condie. It's pretty good so far.
Check out my review on another dystopian novel, Delirium. http://tinybooknook.blogspot.com/2012/02/review-delirium-by-lauren-...
I have recently reviewed StoryCorps' book of interviews about love at http://erinsbibliomania.blogspot.com/2012/02/all-there-is-storycorp....
I would love for you to read it and share your stories of love in the comments section!