Monday, 28 September 2015

What are YOU reading? #286

What are you reading on Monday? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journeys where you post books completed last week and plans for upcoming books. Jump over to her blog and see who else is participating.
Small Blue and the Deep Dark Night by Jon Davis
Children's, Picture book
(There are sock knitting pirates in this mega adorable fear of the dark banishing read!)


Pop Girl by Tallia Storm and Lucy Courtney
Young Adult
(Although at times mean Storm Halls tale of how she became a singing sensation is fun!)


Murder On Sea by Julie Wassmer
(A fairly good 2nd in a series with humour, chaos and murder...)

Dara Palmer's Major Drama by Emma Shevah
Children's, 9 years +
(Hilarious mayhem!)


The Time of the Clockmaker by Anna Caltabiano
Young Adult
(A not as strong sequel...)

Being Me by Adele Vialli by Pete Kalu
Young Adult
(Football antics from a wayward female protagonist...)

The Amish Bride by Emma Miller
Amish fiction, Romance
(Exactly what the title says!)

The Horse in My Heart by Jane Ayres
Young Adult
(Tissues most definitely needed!)

Red Rock Ranch Lucy's Chance by Brittney Joy
Young Adult
(Excellent horse story!)


How Do Astronauts Wee in Space? by Chris Mitchell
Children's, Non-fiction, 7 years +
(Top class factual read about space!)

Magnus by Claire Shorrock
Children's, Picture book
(A sweet dog story...)

A Measure of Happiness by Lorrie Thomson
Food fiction, Romance
(Superb story evolves around a group of women coping with what life throws at them...)

Winx Fantastic Fairy Fan Book
(Lota of Winx pics and stickers!)


Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher
(Right now Billy is annoying me by his recklessness...)


Medical Drama, English version
(Don't think much for the newest doctor who froze up on her 1st day while under Lily's wing...)


Holby City
Medical Drama, English version,
(Heaps of drama with another TB case, and Elliott leaves!!!)

Winx: Season 6
Magical Girl Anime, French version
(All the girls have their Bloomix power now!)

Hanasaku Iroha
Slice of Life Anime, Japanese version
(I love Ohana's spirit as she continues working and living in her grandmother's inn; the episode where she gets ill is my favourite as she is as bad as I can be about resting...)


Once Upon A Time:  Season 3
Fantasy drama, English version
(I'm so excited, the last part of the latest episode [its a nuts series ,plotwise] showed Elsa from Frozen!!! Squeee!)

Girls Und Panzer
Action Anime, Japanese version
(Watched part of an episode while tired. It's a crazy but super fun anime about friendship, friendly competition, and teamwork.)

Castle: Season 2
Crime Drama, English version
(The frequent humour takes the edge off the grisly murders...)

The Great British Bake Off
Cookery show, English version
(So much tension as the contestants made cream horns and much more!  Not so fond of the suggestive comments...)

Craft, Games and more
Swiftly moving on from my lack of gaming, as well as a secret project....
  I've made these cute fingerless for a friend....

...I plan on making lots of colour combinations for Nayu's Crochet Dreams store.
I've made a bit of progress on a stylish blanket for a friend.  Then, I baked some more truffles as well as making my own croissants with puff pastry!



Angela Garden Tea Cakes and Me said...

I don't know how you manage to read and watch so much! I think I am probably the last person to be reading The Maze Runner by James Dashner half way through and quite enjoying it.

Nayuleska said...

My secret Angela, is simply that I do read fast, I'm single with no children, I have to rest a lot for medical reasons and that resting gets to include anime & books! ^o^ It helps balance out the near constant fatigue and severe chronic pain, so I enjoy sharing it all with you.

Not heard of The Maze Runner so you aren't the last by a long shot! Yay for enjoying it, books are meant to make us smile, laugh and cry.