It's Tuesday...Where are you?This is another cool book meme that I decided would be fun to play along with. I need more books on my TBR list like I need another hole in the head but I have a sickness and I can't be stopped!! This meme is brought to us by Raidergirl3 of an adventure in reading
I want to thank booklogged at Read from A to Z for pointing me in the direction of It's Tuesday...Where are you?
So without further ado here goes my first post:
I am riding in a Yugo hoping against hope that the passenger in the backseat will not get sick. The next thing I know I'm at yet another punk concert with crazed, oversexed, and out-of-control teenagers!!! It is the middle of the night, I'm in Manhatten and I'm not sure how I'm getting home!
***nick & norah's INFINITE PLAYLIST by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan
I'm on the sand of an island off the coast of New Guinea listening to Mr. Watts reading Great Expectations to his class in Mr. Pip by Lloyd Jones.ReplyDelete
Sorry Staci for posting my comment on your site. Your Nick and Norah book sounds interesting though. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
That sounds like a fun meme...I got to check that out.ReplyDelete
Hope you had a great day Staci !!!
LOL! Sounds like a really crazy ride. I'm in Japan right now and it's been raining fish, there's some strange magical rock, and other very strange happenings: Kafka on the Shore.ReplyDelete
Jan, dear whatever do you mean about being sorry ????? Your comments were great and always appreciated!!ReplyDelete
Ooh! I hope you are able to find your way home! ;-) How are you finding the book so far, Staci?ReplyDelete
This book sounds like lots of fun - even the crazed teenager part. I'm looking for an "out of the norm" book.ReplyDelete
Hey there! I saw a post of your's on someone else's blog about how you were reading Anna Karenina for a Goodreads discussion - so I come here and see that I have been following your meme posts and didn't realize we were in the Constant Reader Group together! I'm looking forward to the Anna Karenina discussion myself though only halfway through the book - I've discussed most all I can about Edgar Sawtelle. See you on Goodreads!ReplyDelete