Monday

Manic Monday Recaps (Week 11/15/10)

Hello friends!  I hope you've all had a lovely weekend.  I myself had a fantastic one - I've been loving the cool weather here in South Florida.  Been catching up on my Bones reading, enjoying time with the husband, kids and close friends.

Here's what I plan on reading this week:

Last week I read the following:
- The Debutante by Kathleen Tessaro [review]
- Ten Ways to be Adored When Landing a Lord by Sarah MacLean
- Drink of Me by Jacquelyn Frank
- Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost
- When the Stars Go Blue by Caridad Ferrer

I reviewed the following:
- Love, Inc. by Yvonne Collins & Sandy Rideout [review]
- The Diamond of  Darkhold by Jeanne DuPrau [review]
- The Red Umbrella by Cristina Diaz Gonzalez [review]

As I'm sure you can all tell, I'm in a "Christmassy" mood already. The blog is decked out, (thanks to the phenomenal Danny), the iPod is set to holiday tunes, and I'm ready to snuggle up with some hot chocolate. But what I'm really ready for is to crack open those holiday books.  I can't wait to start reading them because you know they make me feel warm and toasty inside.  The 2010 Holiday Reading Challenge starts today!  You will shortly find posts for your holiday reading reviews as well as for challenge wrap-up links.  I'm so excited!  I can't wait to see all your reviews.

Tomorrow on the Bookcase of the Week we'll have the lovely gals from Paranormal Haven - Stephanie & Athenna. So stay tuned to check out their bookcases.  Also stay tuned for some spectacular giveaways I have coming up.  

Happy Reading!

5 comments:

Paranormal Haven said...

I love what you did with your banner. SO cute :-)


Stephanie G
Paranormal Haven

Ryan G said...

I'm really liking the cover for Cryer's Cross. Have a great week!

Danny said...

OOoOoo the Banner looks cute on your Blog!! It always looks better live than only in my Photoshop file hehe!

and *squeeeeee* for starting the Night Huntress!!

carolsnotebook said...

I'm feeling pretty Christmassy too. We bought a new (fake) Christmas tree this weekend. But Hubby won't let me put it up til after Thanksgiving.

Michelle said...

I reallye enjoyed Bright Young Things (my first Godbersen) and hope that I like Cryers Cross when I get to that as well. I'll be interested to hear your thoughts on both.

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