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02 November 2009

What Are You Reading Mondays?


I am trying a new Meme created by J. Kaye at J. Kaye's Book Blog saying what books I read last week and what books I plan to read this week.

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Last Week I Read:
  • My Son, John by Kathi Macia (225 pages) - Review
  • Coppola: A Pediatric Surgeon in Iraq by Dr. Chris Coppola (263 pages) - Review
  • Chocolate: A Love Story by Max Brenner (144 pages) - Review
  • Lost Mission by Athol Dickson (345 pages) -Review and Tour
This Week I am hoping to read:
  • Green by Ted Dekker (392 pages)
  • Children of Dust by Ali Eteraz (337 pages)
  • When Everything Changed by Gail Collins (409 pages)
  • Perfect Timing by Jill Mansell (431 pages)
Check back next Monday to see how well, or not so well, I accomplish my reading goals.

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26 comments:

Zia said...

Mmm Chocolate a love story sounds yummy!

Stephanie said...

It looks like you've been reading an eclectic mix of terrific books! I really like your blog, by the way. I also have a weakness for chocolate and indie films. :-)

Kristen said...

Looks like you had another great week. Enjoy your reading this week.

Mine is here.

Mary said...

Great week. I received Chocolate: A Love Story and can't wait to bake something from it - maybe for the family at Thanksgiving.
Have a great week!

Teddyree said...

Another great week ~ I'm off to check out some of your reviews. Happy reading :-)

Alissa said...

What a wonderfully eclectic book list.

Andrea said...

looks like you have some great books there. Happy reading!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Ooh, I like the sound of these! "When Everything Changed" has piqued my interest.

Tea said...

Hi Jennifer,

Good books, I have "Children of Dust" too. Can't wait to read it. Boy, your lists are good. I loved, loved Perfect Timing. Now I want to read Jill Mansell's other books.

Kristen said...

I've heard good things about Children of Dust. Enjoy your books!

J. Kaye said...

Love how you have the links to your reviews!

J. Kaye said...

I started doing that too. :)

Ruth Schaller said...

I love Ted Dekker! There are so many of his books that I have yet to check out!

Happy reading :D

Crystal said...

Great week for you. I have Children of Dust on my tbr pile too - I just need to make time to get to it.

Lynne said...

I want to read Children of Dust. I, too, have heard good things. Look forward to hearing how you like it :)

alitareads said...

You have a really great mix of books there. I hope you enjoy this week's books!

Bluestocking said...

Green was good. Thanks for visiting today.

Marie said...

I should really read Chocolate: A Love Story -- that sounds really good!

Mishel said...

I have BLACK by Ted Dekker and I can't wait to start it. I hope you have a great reading week!!

CelticLady said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog..
I have looked at Green a few times at the bookstores..I will have to get it one of these days. I know that there is one i really liked the looks of called Kiss...

Marie Burton said...

After reading Boneman's Daughters by Dekker, my mom said she couldn't sleep well those few nights. I'll get to it one of these days. And your reading goals are lofty compared to mine, I would love to read more than one book a week!!
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Marie Burton said...

After reading Boneman's Daughters by Dekker, my mom said she couldn't sleep well those few nights. I'll get to it one of these days. And your reading goals are lofty compared to mine, I would love to read more than one book a week!!
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Gricel said...

Just read your review of Chocolate, sounds like temptation :)

Deanna/ibeeeg said...

I read one Ted Dekker books years ago and really liked the story. I should read another book by Dekker.

I have kept to my reading goals alot more since joining in us this fun meme. I hope it helps you as well.

Catherine @ The Blonde Diaries said...

That is a great list of books. I'll have to check out your reviews as I remember Coppola stuck out in my mind last week from visiting over here.

Mae said...

Max Brenner's bio seems popular. It's been on several lists. I didn't even know he had one out!