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Read-a-Thon ~ Brought to You by Diet Coke

Okay, peeps, I’ve finished Boneman’s Daughter!  Whoo Hoo!  Despite one twist that WAS NOT NECESSARY (which makes me even more mad), I really enjoyed it.  

So, it’s approximately midnight and I just finished a book. What does my body say? “It’s time to go to sleep.”  “Nuh uh! This is a read-a-thon, not a sleep-a-thon!” says Literate Housewife.

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“Time for a cold, refreshing, caffeinated Diet Coke!”

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AHHHH!!!!!!

Now it’s time for The Uncommon Reader.  YEAH, me

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11 Comments

  • At 2009.04.19 00:03, Erotic Horizon said:

    YEAH – one down, how many to go..
    Love that sheet by the way – so apt for the night..

    E.H.

    • At 2009.04.19 00:27, Ti said:

      I just popped open a Diet Dr. Pepper. Kids are down. I’m happy.

      Keep it up! I wanted to pick up Boneman’s Daughter before this event but never got around to it so I have been jumping around in books.

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      • At 2009.04.19 00:55, Violet said:

        Great pics there. Enjoy your Diet Coke and your book :)

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        • At 2009.04.19 01:07, Maree said:

          I really loved The Uncommon Reader. It’s nice and short, too. :)

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          • At 2009.04.19 01:49, Care said:

            I’m still chugging the coffee… CHEERS some more and then some!!!

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            • At 2009.04.19 01:54, Lisamm said:

              Good choice with Uncommon Reader.. nice and short.. Keep up the good work!

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              • At 2009.04.19 01:57, Darlene said:

                I’m wondering which part you thought was unecessary in the book-now it’s going to bug me. lol. There were a couple parts I thought I could do without but I still really liked it.

                It’s midnight here. I’m blog hopping for a while and then back to reading.

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                • At 2009.04.19 02:36, Kailana said:

                  Yay for diet coke! lol

                  • At 2009.04.19 02:47, bethany (B&b ex libris) said:

                    ohhhhhh, that bed is looking GOOD! Why do you tease??
                    Keep up the progress :)

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                    • At 2009.04.19 04:25, Ladytink_534 said:

                      Love that photo! What a cool blanket :) Go you!!! Hope you enjoy it.

                      • At 2009.04.19 14:05, Amy @ My Friend Amy said:

                        Finishing Boneman’s Daughters was my major accomplishment of the readathon. :) I think I know the twist that bugged you. ;)

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