What I’m Reading this Week: 6th April, 2015

Morning all. I do love a long weekend. There is something so nice about waking up a little late on what would normally be a work day. It’s also nice because I was off most of last week and this is a lovely bonus day.  With being off last week, I got a lot more reading done than I thought I would and also more blog posts written than planned (if only it could last but back at work tomorrow *sigh*). That also means that, something that rarely happens, I’m starting off the week with no book in progress.  And no idea what to read, although I have a few choices because I picked a number of books up at the library last week when I went to get Station Eleven.


Books on the pile are:

The Hive by Gill Hornby

Lives of Girls and Women by Alice Munro

Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey

Clare dewitt and the bohemian highway by Sara Gran

Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse

(Links are to Good Reads)

What do you think? Have you read any of these? Where should I start?


p.s. As usual I’m linking in with Sheila at Book Journey for “It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?”


  1. Ohh, I agree. Long weekend are THE BEST. A sleep-in would be even better if my dog didn’t insist 6:30 is the hour of rising. -_- Let me grumble. hehe.
    I haven’t heard of any of these, but it still looks like a delicious stack. Before We Met intrigues me. XD
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!


  2. I LOVED Elizabeth is Missing – one of my faves of 2014. My father had dementia so being in Maud’s head offered some insight into what my father ‘might’ have gone though – and I was reassured.



    • I’ve read some good things about it. I have been lucky enough not to be affected by Dementia in my family but I think it is something we all need to understand more.


    • I had high hopes and (for once) they weren’t disappointed. Elizabeth is Missing sounds good. I still haven’t started any mind because it’s been so lovely weather wise I’ve spent the day at the park instead.


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