January 8, 2010

Slow Readers Book Club


Slow Readers Button 2, originally uploaded by ourcitylights.

So this got me really excited! Diana over at Our City Lights has started a book club titled, well, as you can see, Slow Readers Book Club.
It doesn't literally mean it's for slow readers, but they say it's ok if you are too, so that's all good. I've already signed up!

This came at a perfect time as I'm not geographically close to my bookster friends at the moment, and I do miss their daily input of what to read and what not to read. Not that I let their opinion rule my world, but nonetheless, they're opinions I respect.

First book isn't being reviewed until March, so that's plenty of time to get going.. What are you guys reading/planning to read or whatvever you already finished reading?

8 comments:

bec said...

what a great idea!

i just bought 'of mice and men' and am looking forward to reading it as soon as i've gotten through a pile of magazines (addicted!). its a book that i've heard so many wonderful things about, so am glad i've finally gotten around to buying it!

April said...

I just finished an Audrey Hepburn biography, reading Topics in Calamity Physics right now. :)

Sharon Mayhew said...

I just started the YA Project 17. It's enjoyable so far...group of kids...video project...deserted mental hospital...(that's where I am right now...)

pennycones said...

I read about this the other day!

I think I'm going to sign up :)

Hermione said...

Oh, those all sound like great reads! I myself am reading Chronic City by Jonathan Lethem, it is f u n n y:)

jacqueline said...

ah...i love it! I am reading The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami. Loving it.

Alina said...

i just finished reading the harry potter series and im still lost without harry and the gang, looking forward to reading something wonderful after!

very cute blog!
best!
alina
www.dreamingchic.blogspot.com

Hermione said...

Oh, Murakami and Rowling, great choices both of them. I keep being so disappointed that the Harry Potter films feel nothing like the books, so I've actually only seen two of them.. As for Murakami, can't wait to read something of him, on my to read list.

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