Hey guys! I've decided to join in on this week's It's Monday! What are YOU reading meme, hosted by Kathryn at The Book Date.
I'll be sharing a "month in review" post next week, so I won't go too in depth, but I was feeling a little bored and decided to jump in on this really quick. :)
So, what I'm currently reading this week...
Well, last week I decided to participate in OwlCrate's new OwlCrate-a-thon reading challenge. They started a new YouTube channel last week (if you haven't check it out yet, you definitely should, right now!), and with it they started this new reading challenge. This month's challenge was to get caught up on at least three OwlCrate books we haven't read yet: one contemporary, one fantasy, and the one we've had the longest.
So, as part of that challenge, this week I will be finishing up P.S. I Like You by Kasie West (my contemporary pick...) It took me quite a few chapters to get into the book, but now I've only got about five chapters left and I'm dying to finish it!! I stayed up last night too late reading it. And though it was very frustrating, I just couldn't let myself stay up any longer, what with work today and all (ugh!). But I'm hoping to get it finished during my breaks today! I had hoped I would finish it over the weekend, but I had an impromptu shopping adventure on Saturday that took up most of the day. Oh well!
I'm also still participating in an online book club which plans to read the Anne of Green Gables series over the course of the year. I'm desperately behind in reading this month's Anne of Avonlea, but getting P.S. I Like You out of the way today should give me a chance to get caught up a bit, but there is still no way I'll be finishing it before the end of the month. :(
And last but not least, I am listening to All the Light We Cannot See, which I borrowed from the library. It's due back this week, and I think I should be able to finish it. I have about a 40 minute commute, each way, to work and back, so I get a solid hour of "reading" in every day. I think I had it confused with The Light Between Oceans, so it hasn't quite been what I thought it was, but it's really good.
Anyway, it's Monday and that's what I'm reading. How about you?