I work 4 days a week and Wednesday is my day OFF, yippee!!
This is the day where I do:
Take my little one to swimming lesson and…
The most anticipated Weekly visit to… (you got it) The LIBRARY!!
where I would, unwittingly, always borrow 1 or 2 or more for the little Reader and for myself, more books than I’d read!.
Is borrowing more than you’d ever read a sin? I’d like to know who, beside myself, would borrow more than they’d ever read, renew as many times as they could, and then ended up returning without having read it. I have to confess that returning without reading give me this stabbing feeling in my chest. Oh, the Pain! Or maybe… Guilty conscience! Confession time…
😦 Returned without Reading:
🙂 NEWly Borrowed:
Another one of my weaknesses is Reading Challenges. I would have to thwack my head and literally drag my hands off the keyboard to stop myself from committing to anymore New Exciting Innovative Reading Challenges people keep shoving right in front of my eyes! (Thanks, Goodreads!)
Here are my current “serious” commitments:
Disclaimer: I am the Creator of this absolutely MAD game
What I’m reading this week: The Keeping Place (The Obernewtyn Chronicles 4) by Isobelle Carmody (a re-read for the nth time!)
Disclaimer: Another one I created to trim that TBR Mountain
What I’m reading this week: None. Maybe Next week…
I just love this type of challenge where it requires me to look into other countries & cultures. It’s a little bit harder to get me hands on the books (mostly, translated works) but… it’s worth the effort.
What I’m reading this week: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (for France)
What I’m reading this week: The Fitting Room: Putting On the Character of Christ by Kelly Minter
What I’m reading this week: None. Maybe Next Week…
What I’m reading this week: The Black Tower by Louis Bayard
What I’m reading this week: One Day by David Nicholls
Reading with Style (Spring)
What I’m reading this week: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Conan Doyle (page 65 of 255)
(which is the last book needed to complete the challenge!! Yippeee! Just in time too…)
And… Just because…
The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians 4) by Rick Riordan