Now Reading…

Monday. I pretty much have nothing nice to say about it. The exception to this may be that I’m going to eat a BLT for lunch. Yay bacon. The past week was a lackluster reading week, I had family in town and a wonky – not a word I get to often use – work schedule, but this week is on track to be normal – except that I can’t get in to anything I’m reading. I’m hoping these two will change that.

After all the stellar press in the book blogging world, I’m hoping to finish The Shore (all of the praise is kind of hard to ignore). I’m also hoping to participate in #BlumeAlong (hosted by Kerry at Entomology of a Bookworm) with Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret?

June 29 Reading

How is your week in reading? Does anyone else need a cupcake? Because Leah has some.

*Edited to add that the bacon helped the day. Now to somehow procure take-out and gin for dinner…

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  • http://booksspeakvolumes.com/ Leah @ Books Speak Volumes

    I hope your reading picks up this week!

    • http://www.fourthstreetreview.com/ Rory O’Connor

      The only place to go is up, right?

  • http://rivercityreading.com Shannon @ River City Reading

    Can’t wait to see what you think of The Shore – hope the reading is better!

  • http://bookishtendencies.com Katie McD @ Bookish Tendencies

    Two great choices! Interested to hear where you will fall with The Shore!

  • http://www.thedailydosage.com Marisa @The Daily Dosage

    Mmmm, bacon. Always makes things better.

    • http://www.fourthstreetreview.com/ Rory O’Connor


  • http://www.thebookwheelblog.com The Book Wheel

    You’ll really enjoy The Shore. Just make sure you take notes about characters!

  • http://www.marelden.com mariahelena

    I definitely need a cupcake. I always need a cupcake. I’m reading Dust from Patricia Cornwell’s Scarpetta series, but it is going very slow.

    • http://www.fourthstreetreview.com/ Rory O’Connor

      I was never able to finish that one…

      • http://www.marelden.com mariahelena

        The last chapter was actually quite good, but the rest of it was just so painfully slow.

  • http://www.bookishlyboisterous.blogspot.com/ Christine @ BookishlyB

    I just ordered Blume’s new one, but can you believe I’ve never read Are You There God…? I guess i should grab that too.

    • http://www.fourthstreetreview.com/ Rory O’Connor

      You can read it in about an hour. Seriously. And it’s kind of fun.

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