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It’s Monday, November 18th! What Are You Reading?
by Michelle | Nov 18, 2013 | Meme, What Are You Reading? | 12 comments
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Nice week. Are you on the tour for BECOMING JOSEPHINE?
It sounds quite good…I hope it is.
I LOVED THE LAVENDER GARDEN. Stop by my blog for a post about how Lucinda Riley chose the setting for this book. It is good information. You will like it.
ENJOY this week.
Link to my post is below as well as a giveaway.
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I am not on the Becoming Josephine tour. It was interesting; I honestly did not know much about her before I started reading it.
Unfortunately, I was not as impressed with The Lavender Garden as you were. Better luck next time, right?
Good to hear Becoming Josephine was good.
Yep on better luck next time with a book. We all can’t like the same books.
Have a great weekend.
Thanks! You too!
I saw Rosie project at the library and by the time I had gotten my kids’ books, someone snapped it up. I would also like to read Madmans Daughter, though Naked Werewolf sounds fun. Wish I could read as much as you do!!
Here’s my reading/cooking recap, I hope you will stop by and be sure to add a link of your favorite review and giveaway to the linky! I hope to see you there! I will share on my social media pages too. Hope you have another great week! http://momssmallvictories.com/small-victories-sunday-6-the-one-where-karma-goes-bad-and-we-rocked-to-bon-jovi/
The Rosie Project is adorable. I started it late yesterday afternoon and finished it last night. Goofy and cute, you just can’t help but smile throughout it. The Madman’s Daughter is fascinating so far. I cannot wait to continue it and am even more curious about the sequel that drops in January. The Naked Werewolf series is just fun. I adore Molly Harper; her books never fail to put me in a good mood.
Have a great week!
I’ve been seeing The Things They Carried all over the place lately. It’s jumped to the top of my list. I just finished The Magnificent Medills by Megan McKinney- a bit gossipy for my taste. Now I’m reading a collection of Orwell’s essays and Justin Cronin’s The Twelve.
How was How to Run with a Naked Werewolf?
I really need to get to the Justin Cronin series. I’m embarrassed that I haven’t read it yet since it has everything I absolutely adore in books. The Things They Carried is so powerful. Audible is getting ready to release a version narrated by Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston; I suspect that is why you are seeing it so often lately. Definitely worth the read.
The latest in the Naked Werewolf series is just as good as one could wish. I tore through it and want to read it again. I find it is one of those series that always makes me smile.
Have a great week!
I just downloaded The Rosie Project to listen to as well! Unfortunately, my laptop just died so I can’t listen to it yet. 🙁
How to Run with a Naked Werewolf looks interesting! I will have to pick it up.
Oh no! I had issues importing my last audiobook. I ended up listening to it using the CDs, which was a pain whenever I left work. I am hoping to get started listening shortly.
The Naked Werewolf series is excellent. I adore Molly Harper and her sense of humor. If you like rom-com with a paranormal kick, you cannot go wrong with either this series or her Jane Jameson series.
I’m always amazed at how much reading you get done! Have a good week.
It’s called no TV and lots of sitting and waiting at practices. I always feel like I should be reading more too – especially when playing Candy Crush.