Monday, December 19, 2011

It's Monday! What are *you* reading?

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Hi everyone!!! :)


It's Monday and it's time to share with you what I've read last week, what I'm reading right now and what I'm going to read next.


Last week I haven't finished any book :( I promised myself to read more but well, it's OK, maybe next week.


This week I'm reading two books:


            - Scones and sensibility by Lindsay Eland. So far, I like the book although I've only read 50 pages. I heard some people couldn't finish it, well, we'll see. 


           - The book of (even more) AWESOME by Neil Pasricha. I've started this book in summer and left it without ceremony. Now, I rescue it from my bookshelf and I'm enjoying so much that I can't stop reading it. I love it. 

Next in my pile Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver. I'm craving to read this book. I love Lauren Oliver and I love Delirium so, I think this could be another amazing book to read. I can't just wait :)


Well, this is me but what about you?


8 comments:

  1. I've read Awesome, but not Even More Awesome. (In fact, I didn't know there was an Even More Awesome!) Glad you are enjoying it!

    Here's my It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

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  2. I haven't read Awesome and I want to read it. I also want to check his blog or web. He's AWESOME :)

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  3. Any book about scones looks good to me. Hope you'll enjoy it!

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  4. yeah! :) there is the recipe of scones in the book. How cool is that!

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  5. I just started Liesl and Po and so far its wonderful. Have a great reading week.

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  6. Great! I'm looking forward to reading, but first, I have to finish the other two books :( I'm glad you're enjoying it :)

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  7. I'm on vacation and the time off has given me time to finish my GoodReads challenge. Please come see what I'm reading.

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  8. Wow! Congratulations! :) I'm going to see your goodies right away

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