Monday, 19 August 2019

Sunday Post & It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @  Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by The Book Date.

Good Morning, Everyone!

I can't believe I'm writing a post early on a Monday morning!

FYI: I'm kinda like Garfield - I hate Mondays!

Anyway, as you can tell I'm back to combining my Sunday Post with my It's Monday! What Are You Reading? post. Why is this? Well, last week I didn't get around to posting my Sunday Post and yesterday I was just to lazy to do anything. Therefore, this week I'm shoving two posts into one.

What Am I Currently Reading?

How did my reading go last week? To tell you the truth - not very good. Did I finish reading IT? Nope!

However, I did read a few pages over the weekend and I'm now on page 535. As you can probably tell, I'm in no hurry to read IT. It's not like I have a review deadline for it, though I would like to post a review sometime during the first week of September.

Additionally, I did listen to an audiobook Wake the Dead by Stacey Rourke yesterday afternoon.

I'll be reviewing it sometime this week. Maybe even today! My reading agenda for this week is to once again finish reading IT. Plus, I'll be listening to the audiobook The Unlucky Ones by Stacey Marie Brown.

Recent Reviews


The Maine Nemesis
(Summer Reads)

Lonesome Dove
(Blu-ray Steelbook Review)

Goosebumps SlappyWorld: The Dummy Meets The Mummy!
(Back To School Reads)

The New Kids
(Midnight Horror Review)

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Trilogy

New in the Mail



Nearly two weeks ago, I received the novella The Witch Port Video Game by Leonard Bassed. I will be reviewing the title in September for a book tour. On the exact same day, I received The Inn by James Patterson & Candice Fox. Now the latter isn't for review purposes as I had pre-ordered a few days prior to its release. However, whenever I get around to reading it, I'll most likely post a review for it.


Lionsgate Home Entertainment kindly sent me the DVD of The Spanish Princess and the Blu-ray of the comedy The Hustle. If everything goes as planned, I should be reviewing these two titles this week.

New on the Bookshelf

While I was at the local Dollar Tree store buying holiday greeting cards, I checked the book section (like I always do) and I found the children's book Tales From the Scaremaster: Zombie Apocalypse. It'll probably make a fun little read around Halloween.


  1. I want to read The Inn, their Harriet Blue series was enjoyable.

    Have a great reading week

    1. I don't know when I'm going to get around to reading it. The book is definitely calling my name to read it.

  2. Nice assortment of books and DVDs. I read a few of the Goosebumps books years ago when my students were really into them. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  3. I did try to read Lonesome Dove but it was so long and small print and heavy, maybe viewing the DVD would be the way for me to go!

    1. I've never read any of the Lonesome Dove books. The miniseries is really good.


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