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12 November 2012

It's Monday! What are you reading? From Picture Books to YA

Its Monday!  What are you reading?  From Picture Books to YA is a weekly feature hosted by Jen and Kellee of Teach Mentor Texts and inspired by Its Monday!  What are you reading by Sheila at Book Journeys.

I just want to throw out another plea for guest bloggers / post on your own blog and I'd direct people over to you (there really is no catchy way to say that) for the 25 days leading up to Christmas / 25 days of holiday book reviews.  I'd love if you signed up to talk about your favorite holiday book (though I do have a friend who is talking about the many forms of A Christmas Carol...we'll let it slide).  Please click this link to sign up.  I'd love to have at least 1 holiday book reviewed per day, and as of right now, I'm falling short of that goal.  

This past week:  I finished Fingerprints of You by Kristen-Paige Madonia and started Wonder Show by Hannah Barnaby

Nov. 5:  It's Monday! post
Nov. 6:  App review:  uSpeak Ingles
Nov. 7:  Quick Check:  How to Train Your Dragon
Nov. 8:  Review:  Bloodlines; Thursday #Thirstday

This coming week, I am still reading Wonder Show, but I also got notice that Game of Thrones (Fire and Ice) is ready for me to get from the library.  As its an e-book, I only have 3 weeks to finish it, so I have to get reading! 

I realized that the only posts I have planned are:
Nov 12:  This post
Nov 13:  Review:  Fingerprints of You
Nov 15:  Thursday #Thirstday
Nov 16:  App review:  Number Run
Nov 17:  Be a giver

Now, I'm pretty sure I can think of something else, but we'll just have to see.

What are you reading?


  1. I am working my way through book 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire! This series has pretty much taken over my reading for the past year. Have fun! Here is my list

  2. A Song of Fire and Ice in a nutshell: If book 1 hooks you, you're in. Book 2 bad things happen to people. Book 3 more bad things happen. It's a none stop blood bath that will leaving you in tears. Book 4 is much slower-paced and introduces a lot of new characters. Book 5 goes back to the beloved characters that were not in 4. It's a wild ride and I am loving every minute of it.

  3. Also, this wiki is super helpful, but be careful, there are tons of spoilers!


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