Tag Archive: friday reads

Feb
27
2015

Friday Reads

Whatcha reading this weekend? Anything good, great, amazing? Here’s my Friday reads: Serpent by Clive Cussler — The first I’ve read of his but I love a good adventure book so I’m ready to be swept away! So far, so good!! Treasure Hunters: Danger Down the Nile by James Patterson — Adventure story I’m reading …

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Apr
25
2014

Friday Reads — 2/25/14

I’m reading a couple of books this week. 1. Seal of Awakening by Traci Douglass. This is the third installment of her Seven Seals series. I loved the first two so I had to get this one too! Each can be read on its own so feel free to grab a copy of any of …

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Feb
28
2014

Friday Reads — 2/28/14

Friday reads have been on hiatus for a while since I had to read my RITA contest entry books. Now that those are done, I’m free! While I enjoyed the stories I read, it feels nice to be able to read whatever I want again. *happy reader sigh* So here’s my Friday Reads for this …

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Jan
24
2014

Friday Reads — 1/24/14

TGIF!!! I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to a weekend full of hanging out with the family, seeing friends and reading! Here’s what I’m reading right now: 1. Impact by Douglas Preston. I’m only about 80 pages in, but so far so good. I’ve read a couple of his other books and …

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Nov
15
2013

Friday Reads — 11/15

My Friday Reads this week are both ends of trilogies that I’ve been waiting what feels like forever to get my hands on! 1. Allegiant. 3rd book in the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. I love the continuous story line and I’m just getting to the very exciting end. I have mixed feelings about the …

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Sep
27
2013

Friday Reads — Sept 27, 2013

Happy Friday! What are you reading this week as you head into the weekend? I’m always on the lookout for great new books and especially new series! So what are you reading? I just finished AFTERTIME by Sophie Littlefield. I mostly enjoyed the book. There were a few parts that could have had a little …

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