It’s Monday, What are you Reading?

Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading…  Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome. Be sure to check it out.

I read two books last week–yuck! Hopefully I can pull off six again this week.

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Star Wars: Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno

The Republic and the Separatists have been battling each other in a galactic war. No one is spared as each side scrambles to gain the edge against their enemy. Working for the Empire, Orson Krennic is working on a top secret project–a planet killer. But while he throws every available resource at his command into the project he realizes there is one thing he is missing–his old friend Galen Erso.

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Dragon Teeth by Michael Crichton

As a huge Crichton fan, I was over the moon to hear that the late author had a new novel that was to be published posthumously. I’ve dogeared and ruined so many copies of Jurassic Park that I’ve lost count. I’ve read Crichton novels in multiple countries, states and nearly every year since my discovery when I was thirteen.

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Business, The Carrie Green Way: A Review of She Means Business

Carrie Green takes an honest and welcoming approach to the traditional business book. She lays out her successes, her failures and everything in between in She Means Business. It should be considered required reading for anyone interested in an entreprenurial life, though females may take the most away from the novel, as Carrie is an everywoman–she has all the struggles we all tend to have.

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A REAL Housewife–Kyle Richards’ Life is Not a Reality Show


Kyle Richards is best known for either her stint as an actress in Little House on the Prairie, or as one of the founding housewives from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. However you know her, she seems to be a straight-shooting woman who takes her jobs as Mom and Wife seriously. In Life is Not a Reality Show,
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Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading…  Please visit the Book Date site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome.

Last week, I read 9 books everyone. This is AMAZING for me, especially considering one of the books was that Star Wars Rogue One prequel that I’ve been trying to get into for MONTHS…

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Finally Comic Friday: Archie Volume 2

GothamGal is a devoted comic fan. Reading comics from an early age (TinTin, Archie, Katie Keene and much more), she has recently revisited her old interest and is branching out into the streets of unread comics and graphic novels! While she favors DC Comics, Marvel is slowly winning her over—but Vertigo, Image and IDW have so many new things to offer,

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Leah Remini’s Troublemaker

Some people may remember Leah Remini in her role in Who’s the Boss? Others may remember her from her work in The King of Queens. Or, you might remember her from The Talk, or from her reality shows. Whatever the case, you know she speaks her mind. This time, Remini chooses to talk about something that everyone wants to know–her time in Scientology.

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A Trip to Remember: Sara Benincasa’s DC Trip

I have had a longtime love affair with Washington DC. I’ve been there 3 or 4 times and each time I consider moving there–until I remember the insane summer heat and the chilling cold of winter. And the awesomeness of the museums is offset by the craziness of the political realm–you really have to LOVE it to live there.

Alicia Deats is a new teacher.

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A SWEET Freebie for you!

I’ve been blogging for a while, and luckily I’ve been able to meet some great people, as well as be inspired by the giving nature of bloggers as a whole. A few months ago I was making some stationery–and I’m sharing it with you. This is for personal use only, please no resale. Let me know if you have any questions. Feel free to share what you use the stationery for in the comments below,

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