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It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Happy Monday morning, everyone! Hope you all enjoyed the weekend. I spent a lot of time working on my blogs during Bloggiesta, so I didn't get any reading in over the weekend. But I did write several reviews last week, and now that the blogs are where I want them to be, I can get back to reading!

Currently reading:
Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore ~ read 37 of 235 pages

Book completed last week:
Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris

Reviews written last week:
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
Crossing the Bridge by Michael Baron
Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris

What My Children Are Reading This Week:
  • Here Comes Winter by Janet Craig
  • Footprints in the Snow by Cynthia Benjamin
  • Clifford's First Snow Day by Norman Bridwell
Up next:
Lunch at the Piccadilly by Clyde Edgerton ~ just picked it up from the library yesterday
The Long Wait for Tomorrow by Joaquin Dorfman

Upcoming reviews:
Robot Zot! by Jon Scieszka and David Shannon
Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore

Visit J. Kaye's Book Blog to see what others are reading.


  1. You seem like an eclectic reader! I have been interested in trying David Sedaris's work for a while.

  2. I love David Sedaris! He is just too funny! Hope you have a great week! :D

  3. Have a wonderful week filled with reading. My Monday:

  4. Hi everyone! Thanks for visiting! Stephanie, I'm definitely an eclectic reader. I get bored reading the same types of books all the time. I need variety! :-)

  5. Sounds like you got a lot done. All I need to get busy with are those mounting book reviews. ;)

    Now it's time for you to kick back and read.

    Have a fun week!

  6. Looks like you have your reading cut out for you. Very eclectic list too. Have a great week


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