Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sunday Salon - One More Reading Month To Go!

I'm continually amazed that time flies and we now have just one more month before the end of the year. So far, I've read 95 books so, for the first time in several years, I think I'm going to make it to 100. I'm happy about that, but first let's see if any of the December craziness hampers my reading time. I'll do a November wrap up later in the week.

Right now, I've been in a cozy mystery mood and I'm finishing up Latte Trouble by Cleo Coyle. I'm loving this one. After that, I think I'm going to read as many Christmas mysteries and romances that I can. I love reading holiday books during this time of year.

In the past few weeks I've discussed the stresses of completing reading challenges. For now, I'm not going to sign up for any. I'm going to have to have open heart surgery in January, which will mean a couple of months of recuperating. I'm sure I'll get much reading done, but I don't want to commit to any type of book. I'll probably just go with whatever hits my mood.

As for the reading challenges I host, I'll keep the Patterson ones going, but I don't think I'll be starting a new one for the Harlequin/Silhouette books. I don't know, we'll see.

Now, back to finishing Latte Trouble. I hope everyone has a great week!

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  1. Wow, that is a lot of books! I have read 35 so far and that is A LOT to me, I might hit 40 by the end of the year. Best of luck on the goal of 100!

  2. You've read so many books! I've read 52 so far. I'd love to hit 60 by the end of the year... but I'm not sure I will.

    Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!

  3. Wow, you've read a lot this year! I'm looking forward to starting with a clean slate on Jan 1. Hope your open heart surgery goes well. My dad had it done about 7 years ago and it changed his life! You will have plenty of time to read as you recover which will be a good thing!

  4. I had a hard time when Halloween arrived, wondered what happened to the rest of the year.

    It always amazes me how people can blog, work, do chores, generally have a life and still read. Especially if they've kids!

    I hope your heart surgery goes well and that you heal quickly.

    I don't blame you on the challenge thing, they can be stressful and I'm sure that's the last thing you need to be stressing about. Too bad I can't stop joining ;-)

    I sent you an email about the Harlequin/Silhouette challenge.

    Love the cat!


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