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May 20, 2011

Follow Friday

So I'm trying out another weekly meme. Let me know if you like it or not. It's a recap of sorts for my week of reading. I might play around a bit and add in a little video to my blog with these weekly memes. Would you watch it?

My review for the week: 

Buddy's TailBuddy's Tail by K. Anne Russell
If you are looking for a book to enjoy with your elementary aged child this summer (have you signed up for your library's summer reading program?) I recommend giving this book a try. I give it 4 tail shakes (ok, that was my attempt at funny). Also check out Anne's website for instructional material - http://www.buddystail.com





Reading on my Nook:

Lethal Remedy (Prescription for Trouble)Lethal Remedy (Prescription for Trouble) by Richard L. Mabry

I received my Nook on Monday and already love it. I've played several games of Sudoku, but also started reading my ARC from Netgalley.com. It is kind of ironic that I am reading a fictional tale about an experimental drug trial, when I'm also reading a non-fiction book on why we shouldn't vaccinate our kids.




Listening to:

It Had To Be YouIt Had To Be You by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Not sure if I'm going to make it through this audio book. I can't remember why I thought I might like it. It is off to a very slow start. I'm on the 4th chapter and if the story doesn't start moving soon I might call it quits. I'm taking suggestions for my next audio book choice.




In my hands (traditional printed books):

The Priest's GraveyardThe Priest's Graveyard by Ted Dekker

This is such a phenomenal read. I should finish it up this weekend. Unfortunately you won't see my review until sometime in June when I am the featured Little Known Blog. I'm just going to go ahead and tell you - get your copy NOW, you won't regret it.





Vaccine-nation: Poisoning the Population, One Shot at a TimeVaccine-nation: Poisoning the Population, One Shot at a Time by Andreas Moritz

I'm reading a little each day so I should eventually finish it. I just noticed the price on Amazon.com for this book. Only a couple of chapters in and I don't think you should waste your money. It has the feel of an infomercial that plays on late night TV. 





Question of the week:

What are 5 quirky habits or facts about you?

  1. I don't like my food to touch, unless it is food that is meant to be mixed together (ie chicken pot pie). Chinese food is the only exception.
  2. I love to cook, but I hate touching raw meat.
  3. My guilty pleasure is reading Twilight fanfiction
  4. I'm kind of anti-technology, but I got a smartphone and a Nook this weekend (use the Nook a lot, the phone not so much).
  5. I will read horrible and scary stuff in a book, but I won't watch a horror movie.

13 comments:

  1. You've reviewed some great books!

    I don't like touching raw meat myself.

    Jules

    Feel free to stop by my blog - http://thegreatthegoodandthebad.blogspot.com/

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  2. Oh, I hate touching raw meat as well. Ew. Very nice list!

    Thanks for stopping by and yay for joining FF!

    Rebecca @ kindle fever

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  3. Thanks Jules and Bex for stopping by and commenting! My dislike for touching raw meat does deeper than most. I want to wear gloves every time I have to deal with it - especially chicken, but then I feel silly. I wash my hands every 2 seconds though just to be safe.

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  4. I found your blog via Follow-Friday. I'm following you now.

    I love my Nook (I wasn't sure that I would). I got it for Christmas last year and have been using it all the time.

    I also feel the same way about scary stuff. I hate scary movies, but I can usually handle the same stuff in books just fine (is that because you can skim if you really have to?)

    Happy Friday! I hope you have a nice weekend.

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  5. Karen! - I think for me my brain can control the images it conjures up, but when the scene in on the movie screen I'm at someone else's mercy.

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  6. New follower, hopping through!

    I hate touching raw meat too. Eww! I hope you love your nook! They are so awesome!

    Happy Hopping!
    http://www.thereaderbee.com

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  7. Welcome to the Hop! I'm one of your newest followers :)

    I hear you on the raw meat department - I hate coming into contact with it, too... all that bacteria!

    Take care & happy reading,
    Ms. C
    http://coffeetalereviews.blogspot.com/2011/05/hops-follows_19.html#comments

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  8. Christy - I love my Nook. I take it with me everywhere. Now I can read when ever a get a free moment.

    Ms. C - I'm a bit of a germaphobe. But chicken is the worst for me for some reason.

    Thank you both for following and commenting!

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  9. This is a fun question. I’m learning so much about everybody and I don’t think most of us are as quirky as we think we are.

    My quirks seem normal enough. As I wrote them I woke up to the fact a lot of my quirks create inner conflicts. I’ve got a lot to think about!

    Follow me Back to my blog and see what quirks I’ve got – http://www.howardsherman.net

    Howard A. Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  10. Hi I am a new follower from the hop and I am with you on the raw meat issue! Raw chicken is so horrible and slimy!
    Nicki J Markus

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  11. Hopping through. New follower! I love cooking too and don't like raw meat. I cook vegetarian at home, so I don't have to touch it.
    My IMM

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  12. I'm not a fan of touching raw chicken! Hi! Just stopping by. Following you from the Feature and Follow Friday blog hop (finishing from last night!). Would love a follow back: blog.writerslairbooks.com. I also have twitter: @wlbks. Have a 'good read' weekend!

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  13. I also hate touching raw meat! I either use tongs or make my husband do it. But I do enjoy cooking! Have a great weekend Donna!

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