Monday, November 25, 2013

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? #98

 Hosted By: Book Journey

Here is what I finished last week:
The only things besides recipes I managed to read this week were my daily devotional and the Bible. We had our craft and bake sale this Saturday to raise money for a well in an Indian village with no clean drinking water, and for the A21 Campaign against human trafficking. We baked almost sun up to going to bed all week so I barely had to time to sit, let alone read! But it was worth it in the end and we raised enough for one well and several hundred dollars for A21!

What I am currently reading:
Can't wait to finally get around to reading these two!

What I hope to read this week:
This week is going to be rather busy too with Thanksgiving and some babysitting jobs but I'm still hoping to get to these two! Probably couldn't have pick two more different ones!

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Hope you have a great reading week, thanks for taking the time to check out mine!
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Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Looks like some great reading!

lea said...

Dear Mr. Knightly looks really good :) Congrats on the awesome bake sale turnout!

Unknown said...

Congratulations on such a successful bake sale! Happy Thanksgiving!

English Lady said...

Another person who doesn't have much time for pleasure reading here- due mainly to studying for an MA History Degree, and life in general.

I'm interested in 'The Governess of Highland Hall'- though I don't need to add anymore books on my To Read List.....

Tea said...

I'm beginning to get a little use to dogs like Beowulf. At first, I didn't like them. They are beginning to grow on me and look friendlier. Like the title although I've never read the Classic, Beowulf. I have longed for Dear Mr. Knightly. There are so many good books. Wish I had more eyes to read, more hands to hold the books and of course more money to buy or the magical charm to win more books. At least, reading is a hobby that never ever is boring. Happy a happy week with your stash.

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