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What Are You Reading Monday (2)

Monday, January 11, 2010

What Are You Reading MondayWhat are you reading on Monday is hosted by J. Kaye's Book Blog.

Last week, I finished:

The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore and

The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson--Highly, highly recommended

I'm currently working on Sent by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Up next:

Probably Very Valentine by Adriana Trigiani, but that might change.  Hopefully I'll get to more, but I have to train someone at work this week, so I probably won't have as much time for reading as I usually do.

What are you reading?

Jennifer G.


  1. Great header photo!
    I loved Very, Valentine : )

  2. Thanks!

    I loved Big Stone Gap by her. She's going to be somewhat close to me on a tour promoting the sequel to Very Valentine, so I thought I'd read it to figure out if I wanted to drive over and meet her. I'm glad to know you liked it!

  3. Love the header!

    Your reading week sounds good, too.

    Mine is here:

  4. I love your blog! It's beautiful. :-)

    All the titles in your post are new to me. I'm off to take a peek at your reviews.

  5. I've seen the cover of The Gargoyle! I may just have to pick that one up!

    Hope you have a great week! :D

  6. You read and plan to read fantastic books. Happy reading! My Monday:

  7. Lamb has been on my to-read list for way too long! Enjoy the books you have coming up this week :)

    Here's my Monday Round Up.

  8. So glad that you recommended Andrew Davidson's book. I have it on my list!

  9. Great books! I haven't heard of them but now that I have I will put them on my list. Thanks for sharing :)

  10. Great banner! I love Adriana Trigiani but have not read that one yet. Have a good week!

  11. Thanks for the compliments on my blog! I hope everyone enjoys their books this week!


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