Tuesday, February 26, 2013

On my reading list...


To Read

As if you can't tell simply by looking at the books on my reading list, but yes I am somewhat into the historical era right now. I have shows like Downton Abbey to thank for that. If only I had a vacation planned in the near future so I could read on the beach...

What else should I add to my reading list? I would love your suggestions!!!

14 comments:

Ashley Robyn said...

There is this series by Diana Gabaldon that has like 7-8 books that I fell in love with and read each and every one of. I think the very first one is called outlander. They are long books but really, really good. Happy Tuesday. :)

Lauren said...

I love historical fiction! Have you read Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers? The Diana Gabaldon series is fantastic and will keep you busy for months!

Jessica @ Lovely Little Things said...

I love book posts! They always ends up making my reading list even longer, haha. I'm trying to get through The Night Circus, which is s good, but when I have time to sit down and read, I should probably be studying...so that's what I do!

I'm gonna look these books up though :)

xo

Rebekah said...

I just finished The Dressmaker! The American Heiress is a good book too. It very much reminded me of Downtown Abbey. It was a bit slow in the beginning for me but it picked up!

Heather Marie said...

oooo love book posts!! I haven't read any of these, looks like I better book mark them :)

Morgan Liti said...

The Paris Wife was AMAZING! You'll love it - such a wonderful read. I also have Hemingway's Girl (think that's what it's called?) on my list because I loved Paris Wife so much - different author and girlfriend, but obviously same love interest. :)

xo
See Mo Go.

Kira said...

I'm going to have to check back for all of the book suggestions. Once I have baby #2, I'm going to need some kindle reading material while nursing :)

Sarah said...

It's not historical but 'Still Missing' is very good!

meme-and-he said...

yes! I love book recommendations. Right now I am reading a book called Christy, which my mother-in-law gave to me. It is pretty good!

SH said...

I ahve such a long reading list. I'm a university student so I don't have time for leisurely reading - so I can't wait until I grad!

Hope you're having a wonderful day!
-Sheree
The Hartungs Blog
thehartungs.blogspot.ca

Haleigh said...

I am a little envious that you are making the time to read these books. Oh historical fiction! They may just have to make it on my reading list! enjoy :)

Natalie said...

OooO! I'm adding your number three!

Anne said...

Loved the Paris Wife and have heard good things about Below Stairs... I loved Rules of Civility in a similar way to Paris Wife - you get great historical context (1920s NYC) with fabulous characters. I'm about to start the Maisie Dobbs series, which I think you would enjoy for the historical era too (lighter reading, I think). And I'm off to check out #1 and #2 as I don't know those ones!

michelle said...

i'm going to have to add these to my reading list! :)