March 2, 2015

It's Monday! What are you reading? 03/02/2015




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As soon as I finish That's Not English I'll be starting Pet Sematary as part of a readalong. I'm very much looking forward to dipping back into the crazy world of Stephen King.

After that? Free range reading is the name of the game in 2015. It's the greatest

Thanks for this awesome graphic, Heather. It's perfect.

What are you reading? Let me know!

24 comments:

  1. I'm fixin' to stick that rooster on my own page, too. lol Can we just talk about how cute the cover of The Wonder Garden is? Adorbs!

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    1. I need to slap on my sidebar as a constant reminder :D I love that cover too. Even better? The insides!

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  2. I LOVE THE COVER OF THE WONDER GARDEN. That is all.

    Free Range Reading! Woot! \m/

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    1. Lol, I think everyone loves that cover!

      Hooray for free range! I love doing what I want. It's the best.

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  3. I'm craving free-range reading SO HARD right now. Jealous!

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    1. I'm not gonna lie: It's the best ;)

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  4. I'm jealous of That's Not English!! I was hoping to review it for Shelf Awareness, but another reviewer beat me to it. Blast! :P

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    1. I saw that you might have gotten hooked up with a copy! Hooray for Twitter! :D

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  5. After one more review book, I'm taking a free range reading break. I've been reading for review all year and haven't had great luck (with 2 shining exceptions)...so I'm going to hit up the backlist! Good luck with Pet Sematary...hope you don't have nightmares!!

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    1. Good for you! It makes such a difference for me. After hitting a MAJOR book/blogging slump last year I knew I had to back away from so many obligations. It's helped more than I can say.

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  6. I normally don't get into short stories but the Wonder Garden looks really good! And the COVER! Oh my goodness I love it.

    Free Range Reading! I love it!

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    1. I normally don't either, Lori! (Though I've had great luck with them so far this year.) The stories in The Wonder Garden are linked, which I really liked :D

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  7. Love that Free Range Reading rooster! Glad to see you're enjoying some great reading right now.

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    1. I'm lovin' that graphic too, it's a great reminder to keep the obligations to a BARE minimum :D Ahhh, refreshing!

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  8. Love that rooster! Happy reading

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    1. I need to put that graphic in my sidebar to remind myself to back away from commitments that make me feel obligated and icky ;)

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  9. That's Not English! looks like so much fun. I spent a week with my friend from northern England, and we had the most interesting conversations.

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    1. I bet you did! Reading about the differences and quirks in the language is a complete hoot ;)

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  10. That rooster - haha!

    Stephen King is one of those authors I know I should more work of but never seem to... Why? I couldn't tell you. I'm trying to read predominantly from the library this year so I have no excuses for not checking more of his novels out!
    :-)
    Life’s Open Pages

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    1. Everybody is loving the rooster ;)

      I read a LOT of Stephen King when I was a kid (probably too young to be reading him, to be honest, lol) But it set me up for a lifetime of loving his stuff. I don't always get to the newest things he puts out but I do love when a readalong of an old favorite comes up :D

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  11. I really like that cover for The Wonder Garden. I don't think I've heard of that book but I'm intrigued by the cover alone! And, Pet Sematary - oh boy, I haven't read King in forever but that was a great book.

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    1. It's a great one (inside and out)! I'm really looking forward to diving back into King's wacky world, lol.

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  12. I haven't read Pet Sematary for almost two decades and yet I can still remember this very particular event towards the beginning of the book. It seriously stuck with me.

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    1. Ooh, it's a good thing when a scene sticks with you. (Or is it??) I read the book and then saw the movie SO long ago. I remember a few things in particular but I'm not sure if I'm remembering parts of the book or scenes from the movie. I'm looking forward to reading it again :D

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