Tuesday, March 24, 2015


TELL ME TUESDAY is a feature that oozed from the fried brains of myself and one of my best blogging buddies. It is a weekly, or bi-weekly feature (depending on your reading style), where you tell us what you are reading now, and why, and what you will be reading in the future from your tbr pile, and why. I am oh so curious why people read what they read. So tell us!



Go have a peek at their newest book grabs and tell them yours.


I loved the first two audio books I listened to so much I am now addicted after putting them off for forever! I have started my third. It is Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. It was a little difficult to get used to because it is actually a BBC radio dramatization with a full cast and is much different than listening to one or two people narrate.

I also went back to finish In the Shadow of the Mountains because the second Liminality vampire book, The Mora, came out and it is a prequel. These are the only vampire books, I have liked since Anne Rice's original three.

I have no Idea what I am reading next, but I did just buy the first three Fairyland ebooks in a bundled special for $14.10 (weird price, I know). I read the prequel novella last year and I adored the writing style. I think these will be the next books I will be telling my son to start buying me in hardcover for my shelves because they are gorgeous.

What are you reading?


  1. Ooooh, I have been quite curious about the Fairyland books so now I can ask you about them and know whether to get them or not!
    Happy reading La!

  2. Those fairyland books look super cute! What reading level are they? We just started reading chapter books out loud to our almost 5 year old. I wonder if she would like these. :)

  3. I've heard really, really great things about The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland, so hopefully they're as fun as they sound! (And yeah.. that IS an oddly specific price haha). I've never heard a full cast for an audiobook, but the last audiobook I listened to had two narrators, and unlike The Scorpio Races, there didn't seem to be a purpose for it. The Scorpio Races alternates between two narrators each chapter. I honestly don't have a CLUE why they chose two narrators for the last book I listened to though...there's a huge cast of characters and the narrators were never chosen for chapters focused on certain characters or anything and it was super distracting. How does it work with a full cast? Is there like a narrator but different people do the dialogue? Or do they read large sections? I'm super curious and want to try one out, but I don't know of any. (Neverwhere is my favourite Gaiman novel though!)

  4. It is like listening to an old time radio show. It is the only way I can explain it. I thought I was getting used to it, but everytime I started listening again it took me about ten minutes to get used to it again. Lol. I am taking a break and am listening to Jane Eyre now. :)


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