Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Tell Me Tuesday #32

Tell me Tuesday is a weekly feature that where you talk about what you are currently reading and what you have on deck!  Let's begin, shall we?


I'm starting two books at once.  The first one, Everything Everything, is one that is getting a lot of good reviews on the book blogs.  The second, Walk on Earth a Stranger,  is a joint read for Julia and me.  The cover completely makes me think fantasy, but apparently it isn't.  But that's ok, I love historical fiction. 

Everything, Everything

Walk on Earth a Stranger (The Gold Seer, #1)

Kaylee (age 5) and I are going to start The Worst Witch, which La La sent us to review for her children's blog!  It looks so cute!
The Worst Witch (The Worst Witch, #1)

I'm also just starting this audiobook today in my quest to read all the Newberry Award winners.
The Year of Billy Miller

This one!  I love this series.
The Shepherd's Crown (Discworld, #41; Tiffany Aching, #5)



  1. Your image of the Pratchett book has made me realize that I spelled "Sheperd" wrong on my Fall TBR post. Hehe. Yay for the Worst Witch. Keep an eye on your GR messages because I there are a couple of things I need for thew feature post. I am so excted to get that feature going again! I think Walk on Earth a Stranger is a Western Fantasy. That is what killed it for me because I have had a aversion to Western anything (movies, clothes, books, music) since I was a child. Weird, I know. I am totally into your Newberry self-challenge. The Year of Billy Miller looks good, too. I think I am going to figure out how many Newberry Award titles I have (have not) read.Once again thanks a bunch for TMTing! You are fabulous. :) Oh, and I linked you as soon as I got home from work, but am just now getting around to commenting because I was making my first stone soup of the season. :Ooo... there is a good book to read for November. :)

    1. Awesome, will do! I think Walk on Earth is a straight up Western Historical Fiction - no fantasy. Which is why the cover annoys me. Bait and switch if you ask me. I don't mind Westerns (I just read a couple this year I really liked...One Came Home and Under the Painted Sky), and I really like historical fiction, so it's all good. But I get it...I have eras that I have an aversion too as well...like Colonial America. It just doesn't do anything for me. As for the Newberrys, I use this list here. I printed it out and just highlight the ones I've read. http://www.ala.org/alsc/sites/ala.org.alsc/files/content/awardsgrants/bookmedia/newberymedal/Newbery%20Medal%20Winners%20%26%20Honor%20Books%202015.pdf

  2. I just read The Wee Free Men and I loved it! I thought it was so good and not like anything I have ever read. I am definitely going to pick up the next ones in the series!



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