Monday, November 23, 2009

Its Monday! What Are You Reading?

What Are You Reading?       Hosted by J. Kaye
  It's Monday! What are you reading this week? is a weekly event to celebrate what we are reading for the week as well as books completed the previous week. Feel free to join in this weekly event if you'd like as well as use the photo/pic/button above.

I'm still reading Musical Chairs by Jen Knox - just about done.  Shouldn't have taken this long to read it since its only 176 pages but its been a busy, crazy week.

Next up is The Witch Doctor's Wife by Tamar Myers and after that 600 Hours of Edward by Craig Lancaster.

Thats my goal for this week!


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Anonymous said...

Someone is getting ready for the holidays. ;) Are you going to be able to read more or less this coming weekend?

Alaine - Queen of Happy Endings said...

Hope you have a great reading week and a great Thanksgiving. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia but I've always thought it sounds like such a nice holiday.

Louise said...

I have been travelling across Denmark tóday, and right now when the time is half an hour before midnight, I am travelling back to Copenhagen again. Now Denmark is no big country, but I've spent hours on the train and still have three more hours to go. Luckily I've brought my computer as well as two books. I've already finished the first one: Aftermath by Peter Robinson, and am now reading Darkness be my friend by John Marsden. Great reads!

Mary said...

I hope you enjoy your reading this week!

bookjourney said...

I want to read your review of Musical Chairs.... I just love that title!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

"Musical Chairs" sounds like a good one!

My reading week is here:

Natalie W said...

Blogger is not working for me. I had no idea I had comments! Thanks everyone for the comments and I'm still reading Musical Chairs, I know its taking me forever.
Louise, you are so lucky to be able to travel, that sounds like heaven to me!
Hopefully this weekend I'll be able to sit back and get through some books :0)

aiko said...

You must read The Ringing Cedars Series by Vladmir Megré will change your life as it has many others.

Lisa said...

Hey Natalie! I just wanted to pop in here and say that I miss you! Hope you are up blogging again soon. :0)

Sassy Brit said...

Hi Nats!

Hope you are well, and looking forward to Christmas.

Missing you! Take care.