Monday, January 13, 2014

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


A weekly event hosted by Sheila from Book Journey to discuss your reading week ~ the books you've read and those you plan on reading in the coming week. I love this meme, it helps me stay on track ... well, most of the time. Thanks Sheila!

A few stresses on the home front left me with absolutely no desire to blog so I'll be playing catch up with reviews this week, then on Saturday Alaine and I are heading to Daisy Chain Scrapbooks for a charity scrap day which should be heaps of fun. 

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Reviews & Posts: (click on title)

Book Blog Walkers ~ update #2 and goals


Book Blog Walkers ~ join up and update #1

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Finished last week:

TASTE OF DARKNESS by Maria V Snyder ~ satisfying end to the trilogy (review Tue)

ELEANOR & PARK by Rainbow Rowell ~ loved it

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This Week's Reading List: 


HEARTBEAT by Elizabeth Scott

THE WHITE PRINCESS by Philippa Gregory (Cousin's War #5) ~ audiobook chapter 4

ME SINCE YOU by Laura Wiess

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Reviews Coming:

FOREVER LOVED by Deanna Roy (The Forever series #2) ~ beautiful review by Karen up tonight. I can't wait to read this series now.

TO TEMPT A VIKING by Michelle Willingham (Forbidden Vikings #2) ~ guest review by Karen

ME BEFORE YOU by JoJo Moyes

THE HAPPIEST REFUGEE: A Memoir by Ahn Do 

CHAMPION by Marie Lu (Legend #3) 




18 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear that life has been stressful, hope it is looking up. I guess it doesn't hurt to have a break from blogging anyway. The scrapping day sounds fun. Haven't read any of the books. I did hear from Hachette NZ that The Outlander series will show here in NZ which I am thrilled about - I am a doubting Thomas! So happy to be shown up!
    Have a better week.

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  2. I can relate to stress at home. Hopefully, you find relief. Definitely will check out the Elizabeth Scott book. Enjoy the scrapbooking fun!

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  3. I can absolutely understand about stress at home killing the desire to blog! Lots of hugs your way.

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  5. I hope things are better for you this week. Enjoy your scrapbook retreat!

    I am glad to see that you loved Eleanor & Park too. Definitely one of my favorites. Me Since You is on my TBR pile and I might get to it this week. I also want to read Heartbeat.

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  6. OH Me Before You! I look forward to what you thought of it ;)

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  7. I hope things get better at home for you, I just got back into reviewing yesterday after only writing maybe 10 reviews in 2 months so I hope you enjoy your reads this week.
    Come see my It's Monday Post :)
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

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  8. Hope your stressors disappear soon if they haven't already. A friend bought me a Philippa Gregory book for christmas -she's one of those authors I keep meaning to get to!

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  9. You've got such a nice mix of reads here. Hope this week is better for you.

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  10. Looking forward to your thoughts on Me Before You, Sheree. I hope the stress is easing and this week will be a calm one. ((hugs))

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  11. I hope all is well at home! Sometimes a break is just needed.
    I recently read a review on Heartbeat, it sounds pretty good, and though provoking too.
    :-)
    Bits & Bobs

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  12. Enjoy your retreat, I hope everything resolves for you soon x
    Read on!
    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

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  13. I'm curious about Me Since You....and I'm glad you loved Eleanor and Park. I haven't read it yet....in fact, I'm vacillating between that one and Fangirl, as to which I'll read first. Loved Attachments.

    Thanks for visiting my blog...and enjoy your week.

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  14. I want to read Eleanor & Park since I've heard so many good things, and liked Fangirl. The Philippa Gregory series looks good too, between her and Alison Weir's new one I've been kinda tempted, just love the historical elements. Have a nice week.

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  15. I hear you on the home stresses! Hope things are okay and you have a better week this week.

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  16. Hope this week is a better week for you Teddyree xx. I'm looking forward to de-stressing with you on Saturday.

    I've only read one book by Philippa Gregory but I'm looking forward to the day that I can immerse myself in her books

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  17. I hope all things on the homefront are better!

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