It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr


It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading this week. It’s hosted by Kathryn atBookdate.

What I Read Last Week:

The Truth About Theawas an excellent psychological thriller.

Her Last Daywas a fantastic start to a new series.

I love Croft’s style andSilent Lieswas an awesome read.

No-One Ever Has Sex on Christmas Day was SO funny!

My TBT pick wasThe Memory Watcherand I loved it!

I’m such a huge Gibney fan andThe Lost Childwas a fantastic read.

The Bitches of Suburbia was a darkly humorous engaging read.
Currently Reading:

Up Next:

For TBT I’m doing one of these but not sure which. Both have mixed reviews so I’ll give them and try and see which one grabs my attention!


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8 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr

      1. Since no one has written any new Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigator books in years, 39 Clues will have to suffice. The Green Ghost from the Three Investigator Series is one of the first books I remember reading as a kid.

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  1. First of all, hats off to the aforementioned person, the fact that sometime could read that many books in one week is just mind boggling.
    Now for the point I really wanted to make, why is everyone so fascinated with crime thrillers, serial killer thrillers? It’s just something that saddens me a lot.

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    1. I wish I could read that many. My TBR pile would move much faster. 😊
      As for the killers and thrillers, I’ve asked myself that before. Why do I like them so much? I hate the news, it depresses me. There is way too much evil in the world. But then I love reading it. It’s crazy. I’m not sure why. Some of my favorite books are psychological thrillers. Maybe that makes me a psycho, I don’t know.

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  2. Yeah, I’m not sure why so many people like reading thrillers and crime related books. I don’t enjoy erotica, but many do. It is just a matter of personal opinions. I’m sure there has been research done about it, but I’d rather read the books than the research explaining why we like what we like. That may be too scary for me to handle. 🙂


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