Dec 122011
 

This great meme is hosted by Sheila at
Book Journey”.
It’s a great way to start the week and
find out what other bloggers are reading.
My To-Be-Read pile has grown to an
unbelievable number thanks to this meme.

Last week was crazy!! Entering challenges for 2012 and creating posts for each, planning giveaways for my 2nd blogoversary, a night out with some friends, a whole day spent Christmas shopping.  All this fun had me finish with one of my books from last week still waiting to be read so I start out this week behind. Crazy!!!

FINISHED

Remembering Christmas

Review Here

DEAD BOLT

Juliet Blackwell will be here this week for Cozy Wednesday!!!!

Hearts on a String
This book will complete two of my 2011 challenges!
The 3 R’s and Wisconsin Author. Review Coming Soon!

Christmas Mourning

UP NEXT

Three Day Town
For Review
I love this series!!!

ON DECK

A Cookie Before Dying

Frankly My Dear I’m Dead


My Just For Fun Book for December!

The Meerkat Wars


For Review

Click Here To See Current Giveaways!!


Details for 2012 Found Here!!

COMING SOON!!!!

HAPPY READING!!!

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  9 Responses to “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?”

  1. Great reading week for you! Love the title Frankly, My Dear I’m Dead.

  2. Three Day Town looks good from the cover.

  3. Lots of new to me titles. Hope you have a productive week!

  4. A Cookie Before Dying is definitely going on my list for my “guilty pleasures” blog! Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my Monday post.

  5. I have my eye on that A Cookie before Dying too. Sounds like a fun one!

  6. Look at you! reading like crazy! Enjoy the week Lori!

  7. I’m reading The Trouble Under the Tree by Heather Webber and loving it.

  8. What great books! I have some of those on my TBR, too. Enjoy!

  9. LOL crazy, I didn’t finish a thing last week. I’m awaiting a review copy of The Meerkat Wars, and how I love the title Frankly My Dear I’m Dead.
    Have a great week and happy reading 🙂

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