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What have I been up to lately?

     What have I been up to lately? Umm, let's see.  In the past months you have seen me less than usual in the blogospheres.  Between work and family it has been difficult to set time aside for my blogging.  What little time has been available, I have used it to enjoy my reading and relax.  Doing this has been great to recharge my bookish mind.  I took time to review and in the mean time did the Beat The Heat Readathon hosted by Auntie Spinelli Reads and Phantasmic Reads.

     So, what did I read?
  • The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa
  • Carter Finally Gets It by Brent Crawford (audio)
  • Roar and Liv: an Under The Never Sky story by Veronica Rossi (audio)
  • The Intrepid Escape Goat by Brian Smith
  • Candy and The Cankersaur by Jason Sandberg
  • One Tree by Marie Tabler
  • Chasing Butterflies by Harry Toews
     Great reading progress! The readathon has ended but in the spirit of keeping my reading activity, right now I'm reading various things:
  • My kindle is occupied with Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire.
  • My kindle for android is on Bad Apple by Barbara Morgenroth.
  • In my car , you can listen the audio of The False Prince.
  • In my table is Switched by Amanda Hocking.
      Well, this is what I have been up to.  What have you up to in the reading world?

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