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15 March 2010

It's Monday What Are You Reading? 15 March

I adore this meme, which was originally What Are you Reading Mondays. This fabulous meme is now being hosted by Sheila and has been renamed, It's Monday What Are You Reading? Come join the fun.

It's Monday What Are you Reading is the perfect way for me to begin my week and allows me to focus on what needs to be read and to see what I have or have not accomplished the previous week. I also enjoy discovering new books by visiting other participants blogs.

I Read and Reviewed (click the title to be taken to the review):

This week I am planning to read:
  • Final Target by Steven Gore
  • How Never to Look Fat Again by Charla Krupp
  • The Undervalued Self by Elaine N. Aron, PhD
  • An Unfinished Score by Elise Blackwell
  • Captivity by Deborah Noyes
  • A Note From An Old Acquaintance by Bill Walker
  • Walking on Broken Glass by Christa Allen
  • Silent Scream by Karen Rose
  • Letter to My Daughter by George Bishop, Jr.
Visit next Monday to see if I managed to accomplish my reading goals.



Lydia said...

Ooo! Walking on Broken Glass is in my TBR list!

You read even more than I do! I don't come across that often =)

Thanks for stopping by!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Jennifer the reading you accomplish is so amazing! I wish I could get that many books done in a week :)

I hope you enjoy Walking On Broken Glass, I did.

Have a wonderful week with all these fantastic looking reads! :)

K said...

Jennifer, that is a whole lotta book. how on earth did you manage so much.
I've been waiting to read To Sin With A Scoundrel and Young Bess. Haven't head of the read. Off to read your reviews now

here's my post

Jessica Lawlor said...

Wow! How on earth did you read so many books last week?!

Sandra said...

Holy cats, that a lot of reading and reviewing. I'm really looking forward to reading An Unfinished Score by Elise Blackwell, I loved her Hunger.

Alaine - Queen of Happy Endings said...

I honestly don't know how you manage to read so many books. At the moment I wish I could just read 2 in a week!

Hope you have another great week!

Zia said...

A Note From An Old Acquaintance is next up on my list for a tour at the end of March. Here's mine.

Katrina (Bloody Bad) said...

I just reviewed Young Bess too. What a good book. I hope you enjoy this week.

Cat said...

One day I'll figure out how you manage to read and review so much in a week. ;-)
Karen Rose is about the only one I recognise - I like her books.

Have another great reading week!

Erotic Horizon said...

What a great set of book you had last week...

I look forward to your thought on Karen Rose's book - I do like that author..


dArLyN said...

you really amazed me like always with piles of books every weeks! glad you enjoy your reading!

here's mine;

Happy Monday!

Chrissie said...

Wow, once again I am jelous of how much you manage to read in one week!! I have been wanting to read Young Bess for a while now and your review makes me want to read it even more!

Mari said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog this morning! This is my first time visiting your site, I'm following :).

WOW - you read a lot of books. I'm lucky to read one/two a week (one would be audio). I do read more during football season, ha.

Have a great week!

Julie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I can't believe how many books you're able to read in a week! Keeper of Secrets sounds very interesting. Have a good week!

Aleksandra said...

Wow, as always you've read lots of books! Have another great reading week! I'll check some of the reviews!

Bibliobabe said...

I can't believe how much you can get through in a week! Very impressive. I'm up to 2 books a week. :)

Here's mine:

Sue Jackson said...

I will never understand how you manage to read so many books in one week, but it looks like you have some good ones lined up for this wee

I'm currently reading Mudbound for my book group and loving it!

My family and I are also enjoying lots of great kid/teen/YA books and audios this week. You can check it out at


Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

You had a great week! For this week, I see Letter to My Daughter, which is a quick and enjoyable read.

alitareads said...

I can't get over how many books you finished this week! Looks like you have some good ones coming up as well. Happy reading :)

chelleyreads said...

wow! you read so many books last week! and you have a great pile coming up this week too! have a good reading week! :)

Elizabeth said...

You commented on my mailbox that you had only heard of one of my books; I've only heard of 3 of yours! Percentage-wise that seems right, since you read so much more than I. That's why I love Mondays, a chance to expand my horizons!

Mel (He Followed Me Home) said...

Love the title Eat the Cookie..Buy the Shoes! Each week you amaze me with great books & so many LOL. Happy reading :)

Christina T said...

I haven't heard of some of these books so I will have to look them up. Walking on Broken Glass sounds interesting and I enjoyed your reviews of Final Target and How Never to Look Fat Again. I hope you enjoy your books.

Tammy said...

I can't wait to read your review on Letter to my Daughter. Hope you have a fab week!

Aths said...

You had a GREAT week!! Looks like an awesome week ahead too!

The1stdaughter said...

You never cease to amaze me with how much you manage to read in a week and your reviews are always so well written!

I hope you have a fabulous reading week and I can't wait to see the reviews you have coming up!

Jennifer G. said...

Someone just recommended Sons of Thunder to me. Your review has me looking at it more closely! Thanks! Enjoy your books!

Sarah said...

i won to Sin with a Scoundrel so I hope to receive that soon to read. I love Karen Rose. I can't wait to read Silent Scream.

Hope you have a great week!