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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Reading Status (9 Oct, 2010)

I haven't gotten a lot of stuff read, but I'm definitely working on it!! :D

Finished This Week:
  • Nothing; working on quite a few, though.

Currently Reading:

  • Boys R Us by Lisi Harrison. On page 11. My friend is letting me borrow this one, since she's farther in the series (The Clique) than I am. Looks to be a good read.
  • Nightlight by Harvard Lampoon. On page 37. I have heard that this books' humor is more stupid than witty, but there are a few good parts in it. Maybe it will get a little better as I keep reading.
  • Reunion of the Untouchables by Kurt Frenier. On page 35. Frenier sent me an email personally, asking me to read and review his book. Now I am; it's really good so far! My friend Leanne has already read and reviewed this book, and she has assured me that it is a very good series debut. Can't wait to write a review of this for y'all :D!
  • Chosen by P.C. & Kristin Cast. Have read 25%. This is getting really good! So far it's 4 wings :).
  • Remember Me by Christopher Pike. On page 42. Same spot :// .

Next On My TBR Pile:

  • Charmed and Dangerous: The Rise of the Pretty Committee (The Clique Prequel) by Lisi Harrison

So as I said before, I didn't really get a lot done, but isn't that why they made the weekend? Even when we're not at work/ school, we still ahve stuff to do. *sigh*

Happy Readin',


Julie said...

You're doing well with your reading! Here's something to keep you encouraged about it:

Of all the diversions of life, there is none so proper to fill up its empty spaces as the reading of useful and entertaining authors.
~ Joseph Addison ~

Zakiya LadyWings said...

Julie, that's a wonderful quote!! It will definitely keep me motivated; thanks! :D

- Zakiya :)

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