what are you reading August 26 - September 1?

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what are you reading August 26 - September 1?
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Sat, 08-25-2012 - 10:05pm
Starting Wednesday I will be gone for a couple of weeks. Will try to check at least once while I am gone. Tell us what is interesting you this week.

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Sat, 08-25-2012 - 10:07pm
Right now I am reading Nightingale Way by Emily March.

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Sun, 08-26-2012 - 9:26am

Off to Texas aren't you?  Have a great time.  I decided I didn't want to do the drive to Illinois.  I told Chris if he wanted to go somewhere where we get to do some sightseeing, exploring, hiking, etc., I'm up for it.  I just don't want to go the distance to just sit in someone else's house.  I got the map out and marked off an hour's drive distance from our town and I'm exploring possibillities for some different day trips.

I started The Dog Stars by Peter Heller.  I'm not far enough into it to give an opinion yet.  Hope it's good. 

If you get a chance for a free or low priced copy of Life, Love and a Polar Bear Tatoo go for it.  It's a really lovely story!  I think you'd like it.  The author is Heather Wardell.

Happy Reading!

Bev

 

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Sun, 08-26-2012 - 11:58am
I've been so distracted with getting ready for school and financial matters that I really haven't done any reading this month. I have 3 short books that I could reasonable finish before school starts so I'm going to try, not sure which one I'll start with though. Some of my classes have recommended reading lists of books that aren't textbooks, so hopefully some of those will be interesting and fit into my reading challenges.
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Sun, 08-26-2012 - 12:04pm

I need to get some housework done but after that I'm going to start either The Corpse of St. James's by Jeanne Dams or A Brew to A Kill by Cleo Coyle.

Kathie

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Sun, 08-26-2012 - 2:25pm

yes ma'am, we are going to a family reunion and also it's my mom's 86th birthday.

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Sun, 08-26-2012 - 9:26pm

Starting Coming Home by Mariah Stewart & All Summer Long by Susan Mallory :smileyhappy:

Nothing too interesting going  on this week :smileyhappy:




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Mon, 08-27-2012 - 7:52pm

Finishing the last couple of books in The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot.  I have been staying up almost all night for the last couple of days to read these.

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Tue, 08-28-2012 - 9:48am

Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson. It's good, but I'm having a little trouble getting into it.

 

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Wed, 08-29-2012 - 1:01pm

I'm going to start A Brew To A Kill by Cleo Coyle and one of Joanne Fluke's on my kindle. I forget which one off the top of my head.

Kathie

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Wed, 08-29-2012 - 1:07pm
Ok so I finally started Confessions of an Ex-Girlfriend by Lynda Curnyn. I'd hoped it would be the hilarious chick lit distraction I needed, but so far its a bit flat.
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