Tuesday, December 27, 2011

What's on my Nightstand -- December 2011

Forgive the lack of formatting or pictures or anything. I've been visting family, and have forgone computer time for real-time interactions with real-life breathing people. Crazy, right? I've also interacted with my new Kindle Fire< and some real books too. On my Nightstand this month, I have some books that will help me reach my new goal for 2012 (find out more about that in the On Reading column this Sunday at 5 Minutes for Books). I also have review titles, of course.
You can find out what other bloggers are reading each month on the 4th Tuesday of each month at What's on Your Nightstand at 5 Minutes for Books.

8 comments:

Lisa notes... said...

I'd like to hear more about Steve Jobs' book when you finish it. I just started an audiobook this morning as I was lying in bed. :-) (And I think I missed a few "pages" when I went back to sleep. Ha)

morninglight mama said...

You're going to run your butt off?? :) I'm curious about that one, though I fear I may be too far gone to ever turn into a runner!

Happy New Year, Boss Lady!

Michele said...

I hope Falling Together is good since I put it on my book club's list for 2012.

Barbara H. said...

My older guys and I loved the Animorph books. I thought Applegate was a great writer, but her series after that didn't look like our kind of fare. Glad to know she's still writing. I don't think I'm familiar with the others except of course Job's biography. I'm not planning to read it at this point, but I keep hearing so much about it my interest is getting piqued.

Beth said...

I just read Home for the Holidays and enjoyed it.

Nancy said...

I'm interested to hear your thoughts on the Steve Jobs, and the de los Santos. I may have to read that one soon myself!

Trish said...

How dare you forgo the computer for real people!!!

I have really enjoyed de los Santos' books but haven't read the newest one yet. One Moment One Morning looks intriguing as well. I'll look forward to seeing what you thought of both. :)

Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

Always some interesting books on your nightstand. I'm interested in the Steve Jobs book...still trying to decide whether I want to listen to it or read it. The One and Only Ivan has me intrigued, as I find myself enjoying middle grade fiction more and more. And I'm looking forward to reading The Next Story with you!