I just finished More Things in Heaven and Earth, the first in a sweet new (clean) series (very Mitford-esque), just in time to get my review and giveaway up on 5 Minutes for Mom. So check it out.
Other than that, my reading is completely centered around Cybils Middle Grade fiction titles. You can look at the list I’m trying to tackle HERE. Here are some that are literally on my nightstand, and in my ereader, thanks to ebooks in my library, and loaded up on my ipod or on audio CDs in my car):
- Al Capone Does My Homework
- Athlete vs. Mathlete
- Every Day After
- Losing It
- Navigating Early
- Romeo Blue
- Seeing Red
- The Thing About Luck
- The Waffler
- The Wig in the Window
- The Year of Billy Miller
- Turn Left at the Cow
- Words with Wings
- Zero Tolerance
Wow. Seeing those is giving me heart palpatations, because that’s not even all of them by a longshot. Like those are the books that I hope to get through in the next two weeks! But I’m already halfway through 3 of them, and they are children’s novels, so it’s not as hopeless as it seems.
What about you? Please link up a post and tell me what you’ve read this last month OR what you are planning to read this month (or both). I love it when you do!
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There is nothing when I click on [email protected] Hope is the Word. She is on my favorites and I haven’t been able to access her blog in several days.
There is nothing when I click on Amy @ Hope is the Word. I have her as one of my favorites and haven’t been able to get on her blog in several days.
Try a different browser, Sue. For some reason, when I try to click through from Firefox, I don’t see anything either, but Google chrome worked.
Lisa of Hopewell says
Happy Reading! “More Things…” is definitely on my to-read list.
Jen E says
You certainly have your work cut out for you! But very fun work, I hope you enjoy it! How did you get involved with the Cybils, I’m very intrigued!
Lisa notes says
Yikes. That’s a lot of books in two weeks! 🙂 Hope you have many quiet hours ahead to read in.
Carrie, Reading to Knowc says
😀 Yeah, you do have a nice little reading stack there.
Looks like everyone was thrown for a loop with the fourth Tuesday this month. 😀 Getting a little chuckle out of that. (I too am always surprised on the months with five Tuesdays!)
Fun reading through everyone’s lists, as usual!
Lisa of Hopewell says
Sorry! Forgot to take out “author interview”
I’m promising myself to make time for more reading in the upcoming month than I have the past couple months–even if I have to give up sleep to do so! 🙂