Thursday, February 2, 2012

5 in a month

Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
one, two.

I cannot believe it's February! Heck, yesterday my friends & I started making plans for Valentine's Day already!

I got the year off to a pretty good start as I managed to read five books this January. Yup. Five. It may not be a lot for some of you but for one of those people who is known for never actually finishing a book and committing the ultimate sin of leaving a book halfway through (horrid, I know) it's quite a big deal.

I managed to read One Day, The Hunger Games Trilogy and the Perks of Being a Wallflower. What have you lovelies been reading lately?

8 comments:

  1. Aside from reading for my English classes, I'm reading "Norwegian Wood" by Haruki Hurakami on my leisure time. :)

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  2. The perks of being a wallflower is definitely on my reading list. In January I managed (only) two books, Little Bee and The Help, which I both loved. I'm reading To The Lighthouse at the moment, which won't become my favourite book I guess, but it is a nice read. What are you reading next?

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  3. I read the Hunger games in Jan too. .. . . Did you love? Can I geek out about it with you?!
    I also read The Book Thief which I would really recommend, powerful and beautiful:)

    Jess x
    http://pinkindielondon.blogspot.com/

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  4. I read the Hunger Games Trilogy this last month too! Sooo good, I cannot wait till march for the movie!!! :)

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  5. five books...quite impressing. I am stuck on House at Riverton. it's a lovely novel but have to finish it soon. lovely photographs

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  6. I used to read all the time, but I have been crazy busy for the last year. :/ Now I am always so tired that the minute I start to read, I pass right out. True story... so basically I am jealous of you. I wish I read more.

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  7. I'm still plodding along through middlemarch, that enigma of provincial life!

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  8. I absolutely adore books! The polaroid photo is brilliant!
    I want to read the perks of being a wallflower but I can´t find the book anywhere in my country. I will have to have it sent from England, I think. Plus, I am considering reading the hunger games.
    I am reading the Atonement by Ian McEwan right now, and I have to say, it is a lot like the movie - it is good to see that for once they kept the movie going as close as poccible to the book. Loving it.

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