Tuesday, March 27, 2012

What's on My Nightstand, March

Here's my Nightstand, save my audiobooks on my ipod and my e-books on my Kindle.

I linked to most of the titles last week when I posted my Spring Reading Thing list, except I realize I forgot one in my stack (that's in progress) -- Land of Decoration -- and I also left one off my SRT list:   interesting nonfiction book I got from Amazon Vine, Up: A Mother and Daughter's Peakbagging Adventure.

Seeing the stack sort of stresses me out, especially considering that I need to have those top 2 finished in the next 5 to 7 days, because they are both for scheduled giveaways!  But the ones standing up are all in progress, so it should be fine.

Why are so many in progress, and why am I delayed on my goals?  Welllllll . . . . It's because I picked up The Hunger Games to re-read it, and after getting pulled into the whole Hunger Games Experience (you can read more of my thoughts and check out an AWESOME youtube video on that post), I had to go right to Catching Fire.  I'm almost finished with it. I do plan to read Mockingjay when I'm finished, because the first time I read it, I had forgotten a lot of the finer details, but I might have to hold off until late April or May, since I've neglected some deadlines :)

You can share what you are reading over at 5 Minutes for Books What's on Your Nightstand carnival each month!

8 comments:

Jen E @ mommablogsalot said...

I can't even imagine what my nightstand would look like if I attempted rereading the Hunger Games books - so addicting. I'm seeing a lot of intriguing books on here too - like Emily and Einstein... hmmm...

Lisa notes... said...

I'm about 3/4 of the way through The Hunger Games and I'm having a VERY hard time putting it down! But we're leaving on a trip tomorrow so I must get packed. Reading is my reward for whenever I get a little ahead of schedule. ;-)

Nancy said...

I read The Hunger Games this weekend and now I really can't wait to see the movie! I hear you on neglecting deadlines, though I do manage to make mine, even if it's a close call. :)

Cassandra said...

Good luck finishing two books in a week! You can do it! ;)

Happy April reading!

Barbara H. said...

I haven't gotten into the whole Hunger Games phenomenon but it seems very captivating to those who are into it.

Bluerose said...

Good luck finishing those 2 books!

I'm very curious about Emily and Einstein! I hadn't heard of until just now, but it just got added to "the list". :)

bekahcubed said...

Oh boy--sounds like you've had fun reading, even if you didn't quite get what you intended to read read. Good luck with finishing those few that you have to get done.

Hopewell said...

Couldn't do Hunger Games, but UP sure sounds like my kind of book!!

When I have too many books at once I've found I shut down and want only the comfort of re-reading something. I get nearly all my books from the library and sometimes I get a ton at once. I've learned to just give some back right away and let others on the waiting list enjoy them so I'm not overwhelmed!!