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17 May 2010

It's Monday What Are You Reading? 17 May

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:
  • The Brothers Gwynedd by Edith Pargeter
  • My Heart and Soul by Marilyn Randall
  • Dismantled by Jennifer McMahon
  • Etre the Cow by Sean Keniff
  • The Cradle by Patrick Somerville
  • More Than Conquerors by Kathi Macias
  • Life, In Spite of Me by Kristin Jane Anderson and Tricia Goyer
  • Mirror Image by Dennis Palumbo
  • This One Is Mine by Robyn Okrant
  • Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
  • They Never Die Quietly by D.M. Annechino
Visit next Monday to see if I managed to accomplish my reading goals.



Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

So many good looking reads Jennifer! I am anxious to read your thoughts on Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt.

Teddyree said...

You are a force to be reckoned with in regards to reading & reviewing, I am in awe!
I loved Saving CeeCee, hope you do too. Have a wonderful week :-)

Sabrina (about happy books) said...

Wow, you had an awesome week!

And your new week looks just as good.

Have fun reading.

chelleyreads said...

WOW!!! you read a LOT this week! i wish i can read half as much. enjoy your books and have a wonderful week :)

Jan von Harz said...

Another great week for you and the one coming up looks delicious too. Life in Spite of Me sound like it might be fun and I have heard good things about Saving CeeCee Honeycutt. Enjoy!

leeswammes said...

Wow, you do read a lot!

I don't know any of these books, so I will check out some of the reviews.

My Monday post is here:

Lydia said...

Loved CeeCee and .. even more exciting, I have an amazing review in the upcoming weeks for that book!

Thank you for stopping by!

Tea said...

Hi Jennifer,

I want to read Water Rising by Attica Locke really soon. I have the book. I hear it's really good. Boy, I love looking at what you've read in a week and what you will read this week. Maybe some magic dust will fly my way.:)

gautami tripathy said...

YOu did GREAT reading!

I loved the Palmyra book.

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E.J. Stevens said...

It's Monday!

My What are you reading? is here.

Happy Monday. So many great books on your list this week. :)


Michelle said...

Goodness! You always put my reading to shame! :)

Hope you have a great week!

detweilermom said...

WOW i thought I had a long list for this week but i think you outdid me. Happy REading!!

Mary (Bookfan) said...

So many good titles! I really enjoyed CeeCee Honeycutt.

Jess said...

Wow -- that is quite the list. The Cradle looks like a great read -- look forward to reading your review.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I see a lot of books that I want to read...Living Oprah and The Cradle grabbed me right away.

Have fun!!

Christina T said...

I enjoyed your reviews of Indivisible and The Queen of Palymra. The Brothers Gwynedd looks interesting. I will definitely check back for your reviews of the rest of it.

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt is on my TBR list. I have heard it is an amazing book.

Have a great week!

Kristen said...

Wow. How do you manage so many books a week? I feel great when I get six read.

Suzanne said...

Wow, what a diverse list! I am impressed that you are able to read so many books.
Have a great week

aLmYbNeNr said...

Wow, I am so jealous! How are you able to read a whole bunch of books in a week? (I need to know, I can up my game LOL)

Heidi V said...

You always have some great reads! I enjoy coming on Monday I always get a few books to read...I hope you enjoy the week!

Nise' said...

Fantastic reading week! I enjoyed Indivisible too and want Piper and Miles to get their own story. Happy Reading.

Stephanie said...

What a great line-up! I really like the Fix and Forget It cookbooks.

Mystee said...

You read a lot last week. And you have a great upcoming list to read too. Every time I'm going to these posts I'm adding more and more to my must read list. :D

My Monday post can be found here:

Felicia the Geeky Blogger said...

I am always in awe of how much you get read in a week :)

I haven't heard of most of the people on your list this week so I will be watching for the reviews!

Aths said...

As usual, you have some excellent books out there! I just read and enjoyed Saving CeeCee Honeycutt! Hope you will love it too!

Kathy Martin said...

You had such a good week and have such ambitious plans for this week. I envy you. The Laura Kinsale books sounds good. It has been a while since I read anything by her. Happy reading!

The Mistress of the Dark said...

Wow! What a list! Mine pales in comparison, but you can find it here

Sue Jackson said...

I'm always amazed by how much you manage to read in a week, Jennifer! Hope you have another good reading week -


Zia said...

So many books I see on your list I would enjoy. Happy reading!

The1stdaughter said...

Wow! You never cease to amaze me! So many great titles in there, I have The Queen of Palmyra I'm working through right now and will hopefully have a review up in the next week or so.

Have a fabulous reading week! Enjoy Saving CeeCee Honeycutt, I've heard it's wonderful!

PS...yes, you should absolutely read The Heart is Not A Size by Kephart, amazing!

Aleksandra said...

Wow, as always you've read a lot of books! Haven't read any of them, so I'll check some of your reviews! Happy reading!

MarthaE said...

Hi Jennifer. It always surprises me how many books you read! Other than Uncertain Magic and The Brothers of Gwynedd I haven't read any of them. But I hope to get Still the One.
I hope your week has been good!