Friday Reads and catching up...

Alas, I've gotten myself all off track on reviewing following Hurricane Sandy, the election, and the subsequent nor'easter. I'm also wicked behind on my blogs. Sorry, all!

So...I'm spending my weekend working on reviews, finagling my calendar to reschedule reviews, and catching up on blog reading.  That's my Friday Reads -- what are you reading this weekend?

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  1. Can definitely relate! Hope you have a very productive weekend. I'll be hunkered down with Paris, My Sweet by Amy Thomas. Daydreaming about Paris is the perfect alternative to the cold, dreary weather!

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  2. I am all over the map these days with my reading and I just spent an hour updating my planner so I can relate. The end of the year is approaching and I am tying up loose ends everywhere.

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    1. YES -- I'm getting end-of-year-itis, I think. Restless. It's very annoying!

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  3. I was in a semi-slump until I finished a book last night (The Colour of Milk) and then a second one early this morning (Eleanor & Park) that I really liked.

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    1. I just added The Colour of Milk to my TBR on Goodreads thanks to you -- it sounds wonderful! Will investigate Eleanor & Park as well. I'm feeling a bit book funk-ish myself...

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  4. I'll be settling in with The Age of Miracles tonight... looking forward to it!

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  5. That's definitely enough to set you back. I'm reading Elizabeth Chadwick's The Champion. Hope you have a good weekend :)

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  6. Hi audra. I read the colour of milk and loved it. Finally read gillespie and i and totally enjoyed it. Now reading the world without you by joshua henkin. Its great! happy reading everyone!

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  7. I hope you accomplish all that you are looking to. I'm struggling to keep up with my reading and reviews. i have one more book to read this weekend for next tuesday. I just finished the book club selection for tomorrow's meeting...just in time.

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  8. I'm reading an interesting mix of zombies (Feed by Mira Grant), vampires (The Twelve by Justin Cronin) and parents being literally sickened by their children's words (The Flame Alphabet) by Ben Marcus. I'll need to pick something more upbeat as a follow-up to these!

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