Friday Reads and rainy weekends

My FridayReads for this weekend is split between I Am Forbidden by Anouk Markovits, finishing An Uncertain Age by Ulrica Hume, and continuing my way through The Graphic Canon, Vol. 1: From the Epic of Gilgamesh to Shakespeare to Dangerous Liaisons.  It's been miserably rainy in Boston this week, resembling November more than May, but that makes for great reading in bed (I think).  I'm hoping for a very quiet weekend in which I do just that.  What are you reading this weekend?

Also, I know it's not Mailbox Monday yet, but I can't resist sharing the amazing package I came home to yesterday: swag pack from Hogarth Books with a tote bag and their four newest releases! Yummy!

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  1. That's a pretty sweet swag bag! Lucky!

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    1. Isn't it?! I couldn't believe it -- I'm in heaven!

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  2. Woohoo! I'm in love with the Hogarth pack. My jaw dropped when I opened it, and I couldn't help but brag to my coworkers! I'll likely be rockin' that tote this weekend.

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    1. My wife was not properly impressed -- thank goodness blog friends understand! I'm def going to be showing off my tote this weekend! (If I leave bed -- am reading Hogarth's I Am Forbidden and I don't want to stop!)

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  3. Wow! Those are some really great books in terms of design! Very cool.

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  4. That is come nice looking swag!

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  5. I am looking forward to reading I am Forbidden as well, and might get to it this weekend! I have been in sort of reading slump over the past week, and have been preferring audios. Nice looking swag you got there! I hope you enjoy the books!

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  6. Now that's a cool package. Happy reading and I hope all is well

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  7. Lucky you! I am also lucky...my e-book hold on Miss Fuller just came in. I know what I'm doing this weekend. :) Happy rainy-day reading to you!

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  8. I got the same set today. A sweet numbered limited edition, only 1500 copies printed. Keep all the books together when you're done reading them.

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  9. Jealous on the Hogarth! Have a great reading weekend!

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  10. Oh how wonderful! What a great package! :O)

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  11. that hogarth package is beautiful! lucky you! :-)

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