What Are You Reading? (April 18, 2010)

by Gwen

Books completed last week:

Books on tap for this week:

Posts/Reviews last week:

Books I Still Need to Write Reviews On:

My Good News:

The biggest part of the move is happening tomorrow. Internet connectivity is still up in the air. I may go nuts, but we shouldn’t be without a connection for long.  Miss me terribly will you?

13 Comments to “What Are You Reading? (April 18, 2010)”

  1. I loved Cleopatra's Daughter. Happy reading this week.

  2. You had a great week! I love seeing these big lists 🙂

    Good luck this week!

  3. Ill miss you terribly, but I know you'll have fun reading all those wonderful books!

  4. You amaze me with the amount of reading you get through and you've packed up your house to move. Good luck with the move, hope it all goes smoothly for you!

  5. God's Spy looks like something I would really like. Thanks for the Amazon link…on the wishlist it went. (as if I need any more books!)

    happy reading!

  6. Nice! Hope you have a great reading week – here is mine for this week! http://ruthiesbookreviews.blogspot.com/2010/04/its-monday-what-are-you-reading_19.html

  7. Fantastic reading week. May your move got smoothly.

  8. Cleopatras Daughter was so fantastic! Hope you really enjoyed it.

    I also listened to (audio) Murder Of King Tut). Hope you have a fantastic week!

  9. Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting sounds good.

    You are so brave…moving. I remember that. I hated not having things hooked up. That was worse than the interminable boxes that needed unpacking.

    Yikes. I've been here three years now, but the thought of moving paralyzes me!

    Have a great week.

  10. I'm jealous of all the reading you are getting done.

  11. I hope 'Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting' gets reviewed here…or a link to the review?

    Hope the move goes swimmingly.

    Miss ya terribly? Did you even have to ask?

  12. Came by to see how the move was going. Got connections?

  13. I can't wait to read you review on Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. I really enjoyed Sense and Sensibility and Zombies. Have a great week.

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