Weekly Wrap-Up 03/11/13

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey
I love this meme, it inspires me to be a bit more organized than usual! 

Hello my darlings! Did you have a fantastic week? I hope so! Mine started out slow but I ended up fitting in a lot of reading. I didn’t have much happening on the blog this week but that’s ok right? Right!

As always, click on the links for more information and/or my review.

Reviews:

Read:

(Reviews coming soon)

Currently Reading:

Upcoming:

It’s a toss up! I have a few books that are waiting to be picked up from the library. (Including Me Before You by Jojo Moyes) I need to read Dangerous Liaisons before April 1st for the Classics Club Spin. I should probably read one of my 2013 TBR Challenge books sometime in March as well. 

I’d also like to read something on my brand spanking new Kindle. I’m still playing with it and figuring it all out. 
Bloggish Business:

Want to see where I’ve been traveling through books? (<~~ So much fun to keep track of!)

And according to Goodreads:

You have read 41 books toward your goal of 125 books.
Awesome, you’re 18 books (14%) ahead of schedule!
I’ve been sharing bookish graphics/photos/articles on my Facebook page. I’d love it if you’d join me there!

70 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up 03/11/13

  1. You know, I didn't even realize that Goodreads had a way to keep track of your reading challenge… I feel like a dope! LOL!New follower here.I really like your reading selection, and I'm excited to peruse your blog :)http://littlesqueed.blogspot.com/2013/03/its-monday-what-are-you-reading.html

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  2. I;m very interested in Sticks and Stones. With one child who is very much his own person I am already dreading his high school years on his behalf, I can only hope that he will be strong enough to stand up for himself.Have a great reading week!Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

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  3. Those years can be pretty awful for a kid. But on the other hand they can be pretty great too! 🙂 I find that things are a lot more acceptable during my kids middle and high school years than they were in my day. (Which wasn't THAT long ago!)

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