Monday, April 18, 2011

The Weekly Happenings

This fantastic meme is hosted by Sheila at One Person's Journey Through a World of Books.

Thanks to everyone who commented on the National Library Week posts last week! I appreciate it and really enjoyed reading your answers on the survey. I'm so glad most of us grew up in the library and learned to love them at an early age.

Kristen read this past week:
Rage by Jackie Kessler
Enclave (Razorland, #1) by Ann Aguirre
Stones for My Father by Trilby Kent
Revenge of the Witch by Joseph Delaney
Just Grace by Charise Harper
Outside In by Maria V. Snyder

Kristen is currently reading:
John Belushi is Dead by Kathy Charles
Two Moon Princess by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban

What are you guys reading currently?

The Weekly Happenings!

The Week to Come:

Every day we'll have a new poem posted for National Poetry Month.

On Monday, Kristen will be interviewing Michael Griffo, author of Unnatural.

On Tuesday, Kristen will be reviewing Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones.

On Wednesday, Kristen will be reviewing Where She Went by Gayle Forman. We will also share our Waiting on Wednesday picks.

On Thursday, Kristen will be reviewing Two Moon Princess by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban. We'll also have Link a Contest Thursday as always.

On Friday, Kristen will interview Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban, author of Two Moon Princess.

On Saturday, Kristen will be reviewing Silver Phoenix by Cindy Pon.

The Week in Rewind:

Monday: National Poetry Month Day 11, National Library Week - Why Become a Librarian?

Tuesday: National Poetry Month Day 12. National Library Week - Reading 2.0.

Wednesday: National Poetry Month Day 13. Our Waiting on Wednesday picks. National Library Week Survey. Kristen reviewed Rage by Jackie Kessler and interviewed the author.

Thursday: National Poetry Month Day 14. Link a Contest Thursday.

Friday: National Poetry Month Day 15. National Library Week - Support your Library. Kristen reviewed Enclave by Ann Aguirre.

Saturday: National Poetry Month Day 16. Kristen interviewed Ann Aguirre.

Sunday: National Poetry Month Day 17. Kristen announces the Catching Up Readathon.

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  1. It appears you had a fabulous week with another one in the queue. Enjoy your books and your week. My Monday:

  2. Stones For My Father sounds like it's right up my alley. You seem very organized. And thanks for the reminder to read some poetry. My recently read list is up too. Enjoy your week.

  3. I'm planning to read Rage this week - hoping it's as good as Hunger. Have a fab week! See what I'm reading here

  4. Wow I've seen Where She went in a lot of blogs today! I have it in my tbr pile, I hope to get to it one day :D

    My Monday post

  5. YAY I am reading Where She Went this week too ;) I wish I would have popped in here more last week... sounds like your posts were fun. :)

  6. I'm curreently reading Mere Christianity and The Silver Chair by CS Lewis and Life of Christ by Fulton J Sheen (which is such a beautiful book) as part of my Lenten goal to read Christian books instead of secular books.
    Looking forward to your review of Howl's Moving Castle! I really liked that book, and movie, and am looking forward to what yo have to say about it.

  7. I also just finished a Diana Wynne Jones book. I'm reading a mixture of homework and manga this week. Come see what I'm reading.

  8. I really want to read Where She Went.

    Right now I'm reading The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong. Then I have Delirium by Lauren Oliver.

    jlkalman26 at gmail dot com

  9. Oh and I also am dying to read Enclave by Ann Aguirre. I am really into dystopia these days.

    And I really want to read Inside Out/ Outside In by Maria V Snyder. I have heard good things about these books!

    jlkalman26 at gmail dot com


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