Sunday, August 15, 2010

Sunday Salon - Another Week Goes By

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I had a decent reading week. I finished two ebooks - The 9th Judgment by James Patterson and Synarchy Book 2: The Ascension by DCS (review coming soon!). I also completed an audio book "Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment" by James Patterson. Plus, I finished a Harlequin Superromance "The Temptation of Savannah O'Neill" by Molly O'Keefe. All four books were really good. Finishing three books in one week is great for me and even better that I enjoyed all three of them. So, that gives me five books for August, so far.

I finished two reading challenges and they just happen to be two that I host :) The James Patterson Reading Challenge and the Women's Murder Club Reading Challenge. They were fun and the great thing is that it got me to finally complete the WMC books. I was so far behind and now I'm all caught up. Most likely I will be hosting another Patterson challenge and one for his Alex Cross series. I'll probably start them for September 1st. I'll post when I have them ready.

I hope everyone is enjoying the summer and their reading!

Have a great week!


  1. Congrats on finishing your two challenges. I just started Worst Case by JP and Michael Ledwidge. He writes them so fast, that its hard to keep up!

  2. AW so cute. Seems like you are enjoying eBooks lately. I like the ability to have so many books to choose from, all in my purse at one time, with an eReader.

    Have a great week Yvonne.

  3. Love the picture, as usual! Congratulations of finishing the challenges. I hope you have a good reading week next week as well.


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