Friday Reads

This is what I’ve been reading the past two weeks. 

After finishing The Sisters Grimm, I moved onto some non-fiction. 

The first one was A Short History of Fairytales which was interesting. 


Then I moved onto Murder Houses of London which, while rather gruesome, was also very interesting. 


The last book was Schindler’s List which was really emotional. And last but not least my current read is Stupid Cupid by Rhonda Stapleton. 



What did you read this week?

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Friday Reads

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This week, I finished reading The Talisman, after a long, hard slog, and now I’m reading The Killing Lessons by Saul Black. 

It’s crime and it’s already a very good read, and I’m waiting to see how it ends! 

What did you read this week? 

Friday Reads

Friday Reads, named after the Twitter hashtag, is all about my reading over the week – what I’ve read, what I want to read, what I’m planning on reading next, if anything, and any additional thoughts that I might have.

This week I finished The Time Traveller’s Wife, which broke my heart over and over again. It’s definitely worthy of a reread or several!

Speaking of rereads, I reread Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. It’s a funny, honest book and if you like contemporary, I recommend picking it up.

Nick and Norah

I also read Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by the same authors. It is adorable.

Dash and Lily

What did you read this week?

Friday Reads

Friday Reads, named after the Twitter hashtag, is all about my reading over the week – what I’ve read, what I want to read, what I’m planning on reading next, if anything, and any additional thoughts that I might have.

This week I did a lot of reading. I finished Crossed and started Reached but gave up on it because I couldn’t get into it. So I started reading dual POV books in preperation to help with writing Stupid Cupid.

I read Mad for the Hatter by Dakota Chase.

Mad about the Hatter

It’s a very fun read and a fun twist on the familiar Wonderland story!

I read Between Friends by Amanda Cowen, which even though turned out not to be dual POV, I enjoyed enough to read.

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I started The Time Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffengger.

The Time Traveller's Wife

It is beautifully written and I can’t wait to see how it ends.

What have you read this week?