I have my nose buried deep in Kay Cassidy’s book, The Cinderella Society…. SO GOOD! I am on such a huge YA kick I feel like I should be snapping my gum, twirling my hair and listening to Bon Jovi…. oh – maybe YA don’t do that anymore…LOL Really enjoying the book!
I am pleased to say that last weeks list of Cleopatra’s Daughter (which was an AMAZING READ), Bo’s Cafe (great book and one to make you think…) and VIOLA in Reel Life (Loved this!)… I only have one that still is sticking out of my TBR shelf, partially read and part of my plan to finish the last two weeks…. that’s right, Pride and Prejudice still waits on me.
Of course to finish the wonderful The Cinderella Society
I have Extraordinary by John Bevere for tour this week along with a giveaway copy!
Abbeville by Jack Fuller has also waited patiently to be reviewed and I pulled this off the shelf to do just that!
Football is For Lovers I have for a tour next week and I am trying to be more proactive on the tour reads and not waiting until the last minute and then cranking them out just under the wire.
The Financial Lives of Poets is also on tour next week
A Worthy Legacy by Tomi Akinyanmi just came in but is one off my wish list and I want to treat myself to this read.
So that’s the plan. For those of you who are looking at this and saying how can you possibly read that many books in a week?
Well, first it is only a plan and I tend to plan big – but don’t beat myself up if I don’t reach the goal. Sometimes a book I planned to read may be set aside for a different read because that is the beauty of reading… you do get to pick what you enjoy.
The Cinderella Society is sailing right along and I should complete that yet today, Extraordinary has been in the process of reading for a couple weeks now and in this type of book I find that helpful when I can break it down so I only have part of that book left to read. Football Is For Lovers (I know right… I am still not really sure what I signed on to with this one…LOL) and A Worthy Legacy are both smaller books. Which leaves me with Abbeville which I hope to roll into the weekend with, but we will see how it all goes.
Most of my evenings are spent reading. My husband goes to bed around 8:30 or 9 pm as he gets up at 5 am. That gives me on the average about 3 hours to read a night, not including that I do occasionally read early in the a.m., while I am making dinner and usually longer on weekends when we have no big commitments.
What are you reading this week? Pop Over to J Kaye’s blog and be sure to connect there to add your post to the linky so we can all see your list of wonderful books as well!
Happy reading all!