Sunday, October 28, 2012

It has been another great week in reading.  I was able to read some holiday reads to review in December; I am excited to share those with you - I will be reviewing a holiday read every Tuesday from the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to the Tuesday of Christmas.  

This next week in reading may be a little different because on Thursday (pending this crazy Frankenstorm) my mom and I are headed to NYC to attend the Random House Open House.  We are so excited, but I am sure that my reading will be lacking - but I will have some fantastic stories and pictures to share when I return!

A meme hosted by Sheila at BookJourney. 

Finished this past week:

There Goes the Bride by Holly McQueen
Presidential Retreats by Peter Hannaford
Dangerous Past by A.F. Ebbers
The Twelve Days to Christmas
All I Have to Give by Melody Carlson
Blood Line by Lynda La Plante

Currently Reading:

Making Piece by Beth Howard
Forgotten by Catherine McKenzie

Next on the TBR pile:

These Things Happen by Richard Kramer


Anonymous said...

The Random House Open House sounds exciting - have fun!

Wishing you a great reading week!

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

pussreboots said...

Enjoy your books. Except for the abundance of CYBILS reading, things are back to normal. My favorite book was How to Wash a Cat by Rebecca M. Hale. Please come see what I'm reading now.

Anonymous said...

Ooh, Christmas books already! This will give your time to get into the mood. Nice.

I loved Forgotten, hope you're having a good time with it.

Enjoy the week!

Kristin said...

I'll be looking forward to all your Christmas reviews...I love reading holiday books - always gets me in the holiday mood!

I hadn't heard about the Random House Open House - if things aren't too bad after the storm, I might try to go!

Have a great week and stay safe!
~Kristin @ Always With a Book

Nise' said...

Hope you fare well during the storm. I've seen Forgotten on many reading lists this week.

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