Unlike some of my fellow bloggers (of whom I am very jealous!), I am utterly incapable
of reading more than one book at at time, so the “up next” wishlist is probably just that.
Oh well, “we are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dreams” (-Arthur O’Shaughnessy).
I think it is so funny you put up that quote. I was watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Saturday, and Willy Wonka said that and I thought, “where is that FROM!?!”
I never realized he quoted so many people before. My young mind just thought he was a genius!
Sorry that was sooo off topic. I am currently reading (by which I mean, I am currently reading most often) My Soul to Save (Soul Screamers Book 2) [Kindle Version] by Rachel Vincent.
It wasn’t off topic at all (and even if it was, who cares? LoL), because that’s where I first heard the quote, and I seriously had a flashback to the Gene Wilder-filled days of my youth while I was typing that up. 😉 Happy Monday!
I can’t read more than one book at a time either! I hope you enjoy this weks titles.
Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out
I’m no good at reading multiple books at the same time either. I have one bedside book, and one other book, that’s it. I’m envious of the people who can read a bunch at the same time, but I just lose the focus for it and find myself forgetting what took place in which book!
I love the way you set up your post with the graphics. It looks awesome!
Thanks for stopping by Literary Lindsey – have you read The Night Circus yet? I feel like I might be the last one in the world to finally get to it.
Thanks! No, I haven’t been able to get my hands on it yet (my TBR is about 500 titles long already!), but I’m looking forward to reading your review. Thanks for stopping by!
I liked Incarceron. It sound like you have a long TBR list! The only way I read more the one book each week is by listening to books on CD on my commute to and from work. It’s fun and it whittles away my TBR pile too. 🙂
I completely sympathize–and love the way you handle the dilemma here, with graphics! I keep making lists of books I’ll review, oh, next week, but then I’ll start something else and…a mess. You get to recommend books without committing every time to a whole review, and it’s honest and fun. Love it!
Right now I’m reading a novel called East of the Sun–a friend who works at Simon and Schuster gave me a free copy. It’s a little out of my usual genre (it’s marketed as a romance!) but so far I’m completely engrossed.
I love when a book that you wouldn’t normally read turns out to be one of your faves. I’ll be on the lookout for your review of it…I can do with a little romance here and there….*ehhem* 😉