Coffeechug Reading Updates and Reviews

I have not been posting book reviews as often this summer and for good reason. I just don’t have the time. With Ava, Addy, and Aiden mixed in with some marathon and fitness training my days are flying by. I do however, still read and just wanted to update everyone with what I am reading and reviews coming down the pipeline.

Remember you can always follow/friend me on Goodreads to stay current with all my reading as well.

1. Level One by Gene Luen Yang – finished and review coming later this week. Great graphic novel!

2. Game Of Thrones by George R.R. Martin – One of my favorite books of all time. If only I had more time to begin book 2 and get through books 3 and 4 before the new one arrives in July. Review coming soon.

3. A Story Of A Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon – currently reading for my book club that I run. We meet next week so I need to get moving on this.

4. 4 Hour Body by Tim Ferriss – just got this from the library yesterday, read about 10 pages and am ready to buy for my Kindle. I love books like this where you can take away some great ideas to help your life.

5. Improving Endurance by Paul Mason – this took me about 20 minutes to get through. A short review coming later, but not much to say.

6. A Visit From the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan – another great novel I am currently reading for a book club on Goodreads. I will have this finished as soon as I finish book #3 above. Loving this book so far.

That is enough to keep me busy. What about you? Any good suggestions for me to add to my already large list of TBR’s?

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4 thoughts on “Coffeechug Reading Updates and Reviews

  1. You should, ya know, read Insomniac… It’s my “Getting it Done” goal to finish it by the new school year.

  2. You should, ya know, read Insomniac… It’s my “Getting it Done” goal to finish it by the new school year.