Hosted by Book Journey, this meme is a great way to plan out your week of reading.
Last week I:
…finished Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. <~~My review
…went to my local library’s annual used book sale, whoo hoo! <~~Check out the list of books I found!
…read and enjoyed Visit Sunny Chernobyl <~~My review
…posted some fun and informative Lit Bits <~~Learn more!
I’m currently in the middle of reading The Sandcastle Girls by Chris Bohjalian. It takes place in Turkey during WWI. I didn’t know much about the events that took place there at that time in history and I’m really connecting with this book.
This week I plan on reading the other requested books that I picked up at the library:
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I've got both Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children and The Sandcastle Girls waiting patiently on my bookshelf … just not sure when I'm going to get to them. The Big Necessity sounds gross but interesting. Have a great week and happy reading 🙂
You'll get to them eventually 😉 Hopefully!! When you do, I'd love to hear what you think of them!Thanks for stopping by!
Wow, just browsing through the posts on your blog, and I'm so happy to find another library lover! (I library hop for fun!) Anyway, thanks for being such an advocate of libraries!
thanks for stopping by, I am a little late getting around, lots going on in real life, lol,:)
It is my pleasure 🙂 I could go on for days about the wonders of our public libraries! I'm glad I have a forum for it now, my friends and family were getting tired of my lectures, lol. Thanks for stopping by!
Real life has a way of doing that, getting in the way of books and blogging 😉
Love the sound of Sandcastle Girls! It sounds interesting and I haven't heard much about that period in Turkey 🙂 Have a lovely week!
It was a darn fine book and I'm very glad I read it!