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October 8, 2012

Okay friends, what we currently reading?

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25 comments:

  1. Hope you had fun in the mountains! I am reading a book called Wild. Reccommended to me by sevral people including Oprah:) Before that I read Bringing up Bebe- guide to French parenting and Gone Girl. Both great!

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  2. I recently read American Heiress which is a great page turner. Now reading Gone Girl which is perfect for me being 9 months pregnant. Next up: Tana French Into the Woods. My BFF recently read Wild (same as Natalie above) and says it's fantastic.

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  3. Gone Girl and Andy's Cohen's book - Most Talkative. Both great.

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  4. The Strong Willed Child by James Dobson… trying to be the best mom that I can be.

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  5. I just started reading The Night Circus.

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  6. I'm reading Insurgent, sequel to Divergent. Not my normal fare, it's a Young Adult dystopian trilogy, similar to The Hunger Games. Incredibly fast paced and exciting.

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  7. Just bought The Glass Castle at the airport…so far so good!

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  8. Between reading for my classes and reading blogs, I don't find a ton of time for pleasure reading but I really try to devote a few hours to it each week. Right now I am reading a random book I found that really intrigued me- it's called The Birth Order Book and it talks about how your place in the family affects your behavior and your relationships with siblings and parents. Coming from a family of 4 kids, I find it really interesting! It's an easy fun read that definitely leaves you thinking. :) Have a great week!

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  9. "Girls Like Us" by Sheila Weller. The story of Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Carly Simon. This is a great Christmas/birthday gift for any woman aged 50-75.

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  10. I'm reading Gone Girl -- so far I like it alot!

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  11. I'm loving Dearie- a new biography of Julia Child!

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  12. I'm getting ready to go to Montana for a week and have just put Andy Cohen's and Carole Radziwill's book on my list. Pretty much, if a Bravo celeb becomes an author of a book, I will most likely read it. haha xoxo

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  13. Gone Girl, Wild, The Night Circus, The Fault in our Stars, On the Island, Summerland- I've read them all this year and they're all really good!

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  14. Paris, My Sweet: A year in the City of Light (and Dark Chocolate)- it's so good, every time I open the book I instantly get transported to my time Paris.

    xo Carlina
    www.AllergicToVanilla.com

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  15. I just started The Happiness Project. I also bought Paris, My Sweet for some fun reading. Hope you had a wonderful time on your mountain weekend Julia!

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  16. LOVED the Happiness Project and would also highly recommend. Currently reading the Jane Austen Marriage Manual...a modern day girl trying out Austen's theories some 300-200 years later!

    www.carlyonqueue.blogspot.com

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  18. I am dying for a good book to read!!! I'm working through The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It's actually not half that bad.

    Xo-L
    simplylowcountry.blogspot.com

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  19. just started the white devil-seems good for fall--BUT you just must read all of Louise Penny's books-hands down favorite author!

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  20. Just about finished with Gone Girl and I've really liked it so far! Definitely one that keeps you turning the pages!

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  21. What remains and my sister's keeper, both were fantastic!

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  22. I just read Water For Elephants finally while traveling over the weekend. I don't know how it slipped past me all these years, just never got around to it. Really good. Now I can finally watch the movie.

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  23. I just read The Language of Flowers, it was so good! One of the best books I've read in a while. And I also recently read Spring Fever by Mary Kay Andrews, which I enjoyed a lot and reminded me of her earlier novels (like Hissy Fit). Hope you find some great recommendations!

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  24. I just finished Gone Girl as well. Definitely a page turner but the characters are all twisted. Glad I read it in the end. My recent favorite books have been the Discovery of Witches series. A mix between Twilight/Witch books and Di Vinci Code. I would suggest those for sure!

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