It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted at One Person's Journey Through A World Of Books. I find it both fun and helpful as I get to see what people are reading each week, and at the same time, the meme helps me keep myself on track by laying out a plan (or so I like to believe. This week proved me wrong again).
This past week I read:
The Tolkien Family Album by John and Priscilla Tolkien. A short biography of J.R.R. Tolkien.
The Armageddon Factor by Marci McDonald. An interesting look at the current state of affairs in Canadian politics and the growing influence of conservative Christians.
The Honor Of The Queen by David Weber. The second book in the Honor Harrington series of military science fiction. E-book.
On Basilisk Station by David Weber. The first book of the Honor Harrington series. E-book.
The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. A classic work of children's fiction. E-book.
The Lark and the Wren by Mercedes Lackey. Fantasy, the first book of the Bardic Voices series. E-book.
Changer Of Worlds ed. by David Weber. One of the anthologies set in the world of the Honor Harrington series. E-book.
What I'm reading now:
Old Man's War by John Scalzi. Yet another e-book. I've read the book before though and really enjoyed it then.
The Short Victorious War by David Weber. The third book in the Honor Harrington series.
The Sword by Brian Liftin. Yes, this one's still on the list.
The Real Middle Earth by Brian Bates. A book about the Middle Ages and Middle Earth.
What I'm planning to read:
I don't think I need to add any more books to the list, but probably books four and five of the Honor Harrington series.
I don't really know though, as I have about a hundred and fifty or more books on my new Kobo e-reader, which I'm really loving.