It’s Monday, What are You Reading?

It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. While I haven’t read a lot lately, I FINISHED NaNoWriMo… Yay! But we’ve also been doing a few other things… For example, I finished up the third project for the Harry Potter Knitting Challenge I was doing at Ravelry.

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Bloggiesta Check In: Day two

It’s that time of the year–Bloggiesta time!!! Welcome to the best way to keep yourself accountable!!!!
I’m diving headfirst into the whole thing this time, despite a lot of time concerns.

A Bloggiesta Master To Do List!

❏  write twelve reviews (5 of these have always been written)
❏  update link lists and archive lists (Done!)
❏  update Goodreads reviews (I was able to update to 84–I’ve still got a hundred to add,

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Bloggiesta Check In: Day One

It’s that time of the year–Bloggiesta time!!!
Welcome to the best way to keep yourself accountable!!!!
I’m diving headfirst into the whole thing this time, despite a lot of time concerns.

A Bloggiesta Master To Do List!

❏  write twelve reviews (5 of these have always been written)
❏  update link lists and archive lists
❏  update Goodreads reviews (I was able to update to 84–I’ve still got a hundred to add,

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At some point we all realize that while we may not inherit all of the things wrong with our parents, we most certainly can be party to those wrongs if we do not attempt to make them right. Henry Aster, the hero of The Barrowfields, learns this first and foremost after his father’s death.
Returning to the home (and the writing desk that his father treasured) is a hard step in a process that Henry would soon rather forget.

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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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In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume

Judy Blume returns to the shelves of adult literature with In the Unlikely Event, a ficticious take on the three plane crashes that happened within two months in her childhood home of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Miri Ammerman is a teenage girl who lives with her mother, Rusty, in one story of the home they share with Rusty’s mother, Irene, and Rusty’s brother,

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Review:: Wedding cake Murder by Joanne Fluke (Hannah Swenson #19)

Hannah finds herself preparing for a quick wedding AND a televised baking competition in Joanne Fluke’s Wedding Cake Murder. The 19th book in Fluke’s ongoing series about a cookie maker/sleuth based in Lake Eden, Minnesota. Hannah preps her youngest sister as her assistant and finds out a relative has some details about one of the celebrity chef judges that will help Hannah win the competition.

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