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    7-2-12 What are you reading?

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    I haven't done one of these for a while.


    So like the title says what are you reading?


    I am reading Fifty Shades Darker. I've been super busy so i've been reading this series for what feels like quite some time. Usually I get through books much quicker. I'm a slacker!
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    Honestly really old books. I have been catching up on old Nicholas Sparks books. I also have been reading the White and Red Queen. A lot of Phiippa Gregory books take me so long to read since they are written in small print and my eyes get tired after a while.
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    I just finished Rescue Me, and before that I read Luscious Lemon. I need something else now. I'm torn between summery chick lit or some sort of action/mystery.... So many choices...
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    I just started Fifty Shades and of course my English Lit book.


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    I just started reading the Complete Sherlock Holmes works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It's going to take a while..... and the first story has left me with mixed feelings....
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    Torment and Fifty Shades Freed and I have been rereading some of my older books like Nora Roberts, and considering reading the Harry Potter series when I am done with the Fifty Shades series.
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    Life and Practice in the Early Church I'm boring.
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    I'm reading Summer Sisters by Judy Blume. It's my go-to summer book.



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    Ironside by Holly Black and The Girl Who Played With Fire by Stieg Larsson.

    I'm lukewarm about the first one, but I'm enjoying the second.
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    I just finished a Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness, they were pretty good.


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