February 3, 2013

Weekly Wrap-Up 02/04/13

Found this cutie patootie graphic @ Once Upon A Twilight

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey
I love this meme, it inspires me to be a bit more organized than usual! 

Reviews:



Reactions to Recent Reads (Where'd You Go Bernadette, A Train in Winter, and The Flame Alphabet

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Currently Reading:



Upcoming Reads:


I believe I'll be giving this one a whirl: Pearl of China by Anchee Min

Bloggish Business:

You can see my wrap-up post for January here. It was a great month of reading for me. 

Read on my friends, read on! 


45 comments:

  1. January was an awesome reading month for me too! I've heard the Fault in Our Stars was really good - I haven't read it but its on my list of maybes. Its pretty popular at my library though!

    Have a wonderful reading week :) Whatcha readin' this week @ the Brunette Librarian and Don't forget to enter to win Philippa Gregory's "Changeling"

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    1. Yay for January! You should totally read TFIOS, it's a great read.

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  2. ty Jennifer! will def be reading on =)
    HapPy reading ..

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    1. I certainly hope so! Thanks and the same to you :)

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  3. I still haven't read 'the fault in our stars', have heard great things about it though :)

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    1. Move it to the top of your tbr pile Sarah :)

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  4. I reviewed TFIOS a week or so ago, can't wait to see what you thought! Hope you have another great month of reading.

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    1. Thank you! I'm going to have to check out your review!

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  5. Anchee Min is a very strong and powerful writer, you should definitely give her a read. Marriage Confidential is intriguing to me. I look forward to your review.

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    1. I don't think I've read anything of hers so I'm looking forward to it. I grabbed it off of the library shelf on a whim. :)

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  6. I just Loved The Fault in Our Stars. I'm telling everyone I know that they should read it. Have a great week!

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    1. Everyone *should* read it! Great book :)

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  7. I'd love to hear your thoughts on The Fault In Our Stars... One more review may just sway me to buy it.
    I hope you enjoy your books this week :-)

    My It's Monday! What Are You Reading?!

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    1. Buy it, borrow it, do whatever you have to do to read it! :D Thanks Jade, same to you!

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  8. I'm interested to hear about Marriage Confidential.

    Did you decide what to do with Rage?

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    1. It's not a quick read (Marriage) but there are definitely passages that are making me think!

      I'm not sure what I'm doing with Rage! I might just do some gif reactions to that scary read.

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  9. I am trying to work up to The Fault in Our Stars - I am loving John Green myself. Marriage Confidential sounds like it should be interesting - and seasonal with Valentines Day coming up soon. Lol.

    Anyway, cheers to your great month of reading and wishing you another spectacular month!

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    1. TFIOS isn't an easy read, that's for sure. It's so sweet and funny though. Ha ha, good point about V-day coming up ;)

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  10. LOL at Undersexed Spouses book =) Hope you are enjoying it! January was a good reading month for as far as the quality goes, a few Elizabeth Chadwick's, and a Daphne du Maurier to top it off is not too shabby! Here is my Monday memes post.

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    1. Undersexed indeed..you'd be surprised. Some marriages confuse this girl ;)

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  11. Marriage Confidential grabbed my attention...I'll be watching for your review. Enjoy!

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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    1. It's fairly interesting so far ;)

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  12. That's funny, I was just reading a review of The Good Earth and the blogger mentioned Pearl of China, which I had never heard of before! Weird coincidence--maybe it means that I should read it, too?

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    1. It's a fictionalized account of Pearl Buck as a child and I'm really hoping it's a good one! You should probably read it too ;)

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  13. I remember really liking Rage when I read it in high school. It's sad to think that at the time the concept of a school shooter was safely in the realm of fantasy.

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    1. That is EXACTLY what I was thinking as I read that book. We couldn't imagine that happening for real at that time :(

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  14. Marriage Confidential looks interesting!

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    1. So far it's not too shabby Heidi ;)

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  15. I can't wait to see what you think of Marriage Confidential. It seems like an interesting premise.
    Happy reading this week, my friend! :)

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    1. Thanks dahling, the very same to you!

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  16. Pearl looks really good. Happy reading!

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    1. I really hope it is! Happy reading to you as well :)

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  17. Yay for Fault in Our Stars! I feel like I will definitely want to reread it one of these days.

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    1. Oh yes, that book is definitely deserving of a re-read :)

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  18. I like the mix of reads here. Enjoy them all.

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    1. Thank you Mystica, and thanks for visiting!

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  19. Glad you had a great January! Hope February goes well, too -- it looks like you're off to a terrific start!

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  20. So rewarding when you can get lots of reading into your days! Happy Valentine's Day and enjoy your next chapter :)

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  21. Those sound like some great reads, I'm curious about Where'd You Go Bernadette. Happy reading!

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    1. Thanks Naida :) It's funny but not fluffy, great read.

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  22. I think I might just be the last blogger in the world who hasn't read Fault In Our Stars. I have to put it on my list for sooner rather than later.

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    1. I thought that I was the last one ;) You'll get to it!

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