What ae you reading the week of April 7- 14?

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What ae you reading the week of April 7- 14?
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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 5:06pm

What are you readin this week?

Are you having changeable spring weather?

Julia

 

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 Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods. The weather is quite nice and the cherry trees are in bloom.

I might finish The Sound Of Broken Glass by Deborah Crombie tonight and I've still got The Temple of A Thousand Faces by John Shors as my bus read. It's a long book so it will be my read for a while. I have Starting Now by Debbie Macomber and Gotcha! by Fern Michaels waiting for pick up at the library so until then, I've got at least 4 books that I have started and got put aside to read library books so I'll pick up one of them- The Cream Puff Murder, Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, The Painted Girls or The Master Quilter.

 Kathie

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Crazy weather - hot, cold, super windy, back to nice warm weather. LOL

Just finished  Prodigy, Marie Lu, almost finished with Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn and starting The Memory of Earth, Orson Scott Card.


Carrie

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I think I'n going to have to get with the program and read Gone Girl!

I just finsihed The World Without You by Joshua Henkin. I liked it a lot.

Next up which will take me approximately 1/2 hour to read is a short YA novel in poetry called Stop Pretending: What Happened When My Big Sister Went Crazy by Sonya Sones.

Then I've got Code Name Verity and I Am Not Myself These Days from the library to read. And Amazon sent me a memoir called A Fort of Nine Towers.

Julia

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Fri, 04-12-2013 - 11:13am

I read the entire Homeborn series several years ago, but not in order. I think I read The Ships of Earth first, and then the others as the library had them on display. I liked the series and will probably reread it, but Memory of Earth was not my favourite.

Happy reading!

Ronerta

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Fri, 04-12-2013 - 11:18am

I've had a flu-like bug this week, so I'm still reading The Beauty of Humanity Movement by Carla Webb.  I wanted to read more quickly, but my eyes wouldn't cooperate.

To answer your question, which is actually two questions:

"Are you having changeable spring weather?"

Question 1: " Are you having chageable weather?" No. Theweather is pretty much the same as it's been for months.

Question 2: Are you having spring weather?" No. We are still enduring The Winter That Will Not End.

Roberta

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Fri, 04-12-2013 - 11:38am

As I am not commuting to and from work at the moment I haven't read as much during these two weeks. Saying that I did complete Dr Jeykl and Mr Hyde, The Haunting by Alan Titchmarsh, Slated by Teri Terry and am currently reading The Collaborator by Margaret Leroy and A Crowded Marriage

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Roberta, You nailed it with The Winter That Will Not End. Mys sis has had enough of it as well. I heard the weather this morning and it predicted more snow today. Hopefully though, the snow won't go too quickly or everyone will have swimming pools in their basements.

 Kathie