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Weekends Required: A Danvers Novel | Sydney Landon
53 posts | 4 read | 2 to read
Claire Walters has worked for Jason Danvers as his assistant for three years, but hes never appreciated her as a womanuntil the day she jumps out of a cake at his friends bachelor party. To support her ailing mother, Claire is forced to work a second job at a party-planning company. But when her handsome boss ends up with a front-row seat to the action, shes mortifiedand hes intrigued. With Danvers International in the middle of an important merger, Jason asks Claire to accompany him on weekend business tripsand suddenly all her fantasies are coming true. Her outspoken best friend thinks that getting a little executive attention will solve everything. But Claire sees more in Jason than just sex. Jason is determined to know how the beautiful, sexy woman in the cake could also be his mousy assistant. The more time they spend together, the more he realizes how much fun it can be to mix business with pleasure. And how much he wants to offer her a happily ever after of her own.
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RamsFan1963
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Listening to the audiobook of The Three Body Problem for #LitsySciFiBookClub, reading Snow Crash for #ClassicLSFBC and reading Burning Chrome just for myself. 😂
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

RamsFan1963 I had to edit my post, I didn't realize when I was using the photo collage app that I used the picture for first line fridays instead of the one for weekend reads. 1mo
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RamsFan1963
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When Washington Burned on audio
Rabbits in print
UFO as an ebook

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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RamsFan1963
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Since I'm not working, I have more time to read (at least in theory). I hope to finish The Sheriff of Yrnameer and Swamp Thing Vol. 1 this weekend. I need to get started on The Man Who Fell to Earth for #LitsySciFiBookClub.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Yuki_Onna
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Well, just decided to DNF Mirrorland, at least for now. Can't get into the writing style. After two weeks now I am still just 60 pages in. But I tried, right? This one is also my #Doublespin of February @TheAromaofBooks

The middle one is Beneath the Moon, a beautifully illustrated fairy tale/myth collection.

The Perfect Friend is a #Netgalley ARC and my #TwinPeaksReadingChallenge #TPRC choice for The Double R.

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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RamsFan1963
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A mix of historical mystery, a bit of paranormal, and the last part of some densely philosophical science fiction. I should have had The Dispossessed finished by now, but the audiobook about Rudolf Diesel has been really good and hard to set aside.
#ClassicLSFBC

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RamsFan1963
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Reading More Than Human for #ClassicLSFBC. I should have it finished this weekend.
Reading Blasphemy and System Collapse for #SeriesLove2023
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

TheSpineView Sounds good! 7mo
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RamsFan1963
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Although I'm working all weekend, I am putting aside time to work on these three books. The Combat Codes on audio, the other two in print.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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DGRachel
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These are the books currently in progress heading into the weekend, but let‘s be honest. I‘m probably only going to touch the three on the bottom. Maybe I‘ll pick up the audio of Little Drummer Girl to try to make headway there, but I haven‘t decided. #weekendreading

Andrew65 Great choices. 2y
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DieAReader
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#WeekendReading #FabulousFebruary #BookNookBuddies2022 #BookSpin #BookSpinBingo #ReadMyRoom #PenniesPerPage2022

Streamlined my TBR for this weekend in hopes of helping me focus better. As always though, there‘s always room for #ImpulseReads if my brain needs a break🤓😉

Happy reading weekend everyone (yes, yes, I know😁I‘m starting early but I didn‘t figure anyone would mind😂🤷🏻‍♀️🤓). Cheers🥂to @Andrew65 for this wonderful weekend event!♥️♥️

Andrew65 Have a great weekend of reading. 2y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2y
DieAReader @Andrew65 You as well🥰 2y
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DieAReader
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#WeekendReading #BookNookBuddies2022 #ReadMyRoom #Swoonathon #SeriesRead2022 #BookSpinBingo

TGIF it‘s finally Friday. I‘m looking forward to lots of reading & less negativity from those outside my household.

This is my weekend TBR stack. I‘ve just recently started ‘Open‘, barely started ‘Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee‘ & both ‘Baby Teeth‘ (#BookSpin) & ‘Baby, Come Home‘ are fresh & ready to be “cracked open” (not literally😳 so we‘re clear😉)

Andrew65 Some good reading ahead. Enjoy. 🥰 2y
DieAReader @Andrew65 🥰Looking forward to it, thank you💕 2y
CoverToCoverGirl Thank goodness! No actual cracking will occur! 👏😁 2y
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DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl 😉🥰Never if avoidable🤓 2y
TheSpineView Looks good!💙📖💙📚💙 2y
TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Looking great!! 2y
DieAReader @TheAromaofBooks TheAromaofBooks ♥️♥️ 2y
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ravenlee
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Tomorrow hubby is off work, so we‘re going to the zoo in Tyler. Excited for family time - but no reading time tomorrow.
I got an unexpected gig for this weekend. It‘s nice to work, though it‘s because the usual timpanist was very sick over the holidays and isn‘t fully recovered. But rehearsal Saturday and 2 services Sunday = little reading time (except between services).
So #JoyousJanuary will be a slow start for me.

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peaKnit
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#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain
1. Green lights by Matthew McConaughey on audio, I get to pick a new book today!
2. The Sugar Queen, I love the covers and everything in between! 🍭
3. I bought The Exiles yesterday on a daily deal.

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RamsFan1963
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📚 Lucifer's Hammer, The Next Great Migration, The Collected What If?
📖 Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner
and Rolling Stone Magazine by Joe Hagan
🎶 Mama Told Me (Not To Come) - Three Dog Night

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Scochrane26
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1. Time‘s Convert, The Poet X
2. The Strange Fascinations Of Noah Hypnotik has some funny references.
3. Usually I read Sookie Stackhouse or something else that is comforting.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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RamsFan1963
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📖 Alien Oceans, Night of the Assassins, Mutiny on the Enterprise
📖 Terminal Alliance
📖 Old school Star Trek books (like the one I'm reading now)

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Scochrane26
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1. Marilla of Green Gables, started Red at the Bone on audio
2. Talking as Fast as I Can (Lauren Graham)
3. I don‘t per-order very often. I pre-ordered the next Lady Sherlock book a few months ago, it‘s being released in October.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Gissy
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#24B4Monday @Andrew65 As predicted, I finished Queen Bee which is from June #DoubleSpin @TheAromaofBooks and started the 2nd book July #BookSpin I think I'm a witch in my predictions🙌😂🤣😂🤣

TheAromaofBooks Eerily accurate! 😂 4y
Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 4y
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peaKnit
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1. Say Nothing on ebook, The Holdout in paper book, and The Jetsetters on audio.
2. 8 holds - 5 ebooks, 3 regular books
3. A cat, Kevin and a dog, Leo.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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DieAReader
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1. Raintree Trilogy, Tattooed Dots

2. I have The Guardians & Five Feet Apart (physical), The Darkest Lie & Then Again (e-book & audio - Overdrive) loaned out & the library called to tel me The Institute is ready for pickup. I‘m tempted to re-read Firestarter before starting The Institute 🤔

3. One cat - (self pro-claimed D-I-V-A Princess) Rosie 😼😻
#weekendreads #MarchInshelfing #Readathon

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suzie.reads
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1. Your Deepest Fear by David Jackson & The Night Walker by Sebastian Fitzek
2. Dead Gone by Luca Veste (well I promoted the whole series to my parents. I'm taking them all on holiday for them to read 😂)
3. None at the moment as I have so many books to read. I dont like to take out loads of books from the library as it prevents other people from reading them while you only read one of them (I'm weird)

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Sharpeipup
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1. Mary Poppins
2. Harry Potter or Marvel
3. Scotland
4. Historical fiction
5. English & Spanish
#premondayvibes @pepsicola

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suzie.reads
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📚 Dead Gone by Luca Veste & What Remains Of Her by Erik Rickstad
📽 I honestly don't remember as I'd much rather read. It was probably the last Harry Potter as I watched them all again on telly over Christmas
🌧 Definitely coffee!☕

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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suzie.reads
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1. The Drop by Michael Connelly and My Name Is Venus Black by Heather Lloyd.

2. Holy Ghost by John Sandford that came out November 2018

3. To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf which was published in 1927. Probably read books published before this but this is a recent one that I can remember and actually enjoyed 😊

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Michollio
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📚 Prudence - Gail Carriger
Making Money - Terry Pratchett
Beautiful - Christina Lauren
Yes Please - Amy Poehler (audio)
☕ Twining's Irish Breakfast tea
🥛 Mountain Dew

#WeekendReads
@rachelsbrittain

rachelsbrittain I LOVE Yes Please! Such a fun book! Thanks for joining in ☕😊 5y
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Kshakal
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I need this shirt in my life!!! #bookishtees #readingresolutions @Jess7

RadicalReader @Kshakal absolutely one hundred percent awesomely accurate #bookishshirts #bookworms #books 6y
SilversReviews LOVE IT!! 6y
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thought I'd participate in this haven't done one in a while.

1: my weekend plans are to read and do a bit of house work.
2: I love both 🐝
3: No I'm not a big beach person, I try to his from the sun.
4: Brown/ Ginger
5: @River_Voice @Eelijah @PagesOfKate @Madamerrance 😝🖖

#Friyayintro @jesshowbooks @kaysworld1 💝📚😃

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Debiw781
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1. Professor McGonagall from the Harry Potter series
2. The Scarlet Letter, because of the wonderful teacher who taught us about it
3. Hmmm... I took English lit classes for electives so I read quite a few classics!
4. I‘m not a teacher but I work in the school system so I got lots of little goodies. Sadly I missed the Star Wars celebration at one of my schools though.
#weekendchat
@CSeydel

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Eggs
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🌸 pool, reading; or pool-reading; shopping, walking, outdoors, outdoor-reading, and reading. JK, I have some people-ey things too.
🌹Cake pops ~~ socially acceptable dough? Donuts it is!
🌺 Yes a good month for me
🌼 Gorgeous weather 🌤🌧
Happy Mothers Day weekend everyone 💙🌹💜💖
🌷 @PeanutButterPie @BookaholicNatty @Dragon @dragondrool

#friyayintro @jesshowbooks

BookaholicNatty @Eggs thank you so much for the tag 😘😘 6y
Dragon Thanks for the tag @Eggs I‘m just about to watch Avengers Infinity War, again , then I‘ll post 🐉😀 6y
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NikkiKey94
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1. As of right now, just work!
2. Donuts all the way!!
3. Only one so far, Purity in Death by JD Robb
4. Finding out that I‘ll be transferring to a position at work that I‘ve really wanted!!
5. @BethGates1994

#friyayintro
@jesshowbooks

Cinfhen Congrats on job promotion!! 6y
NikkiKey94 @Cinfhen Thank you! I‘m super excited! 6y
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xicanti
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#weekendchat

1. I miss going to Book Expo America. It offered a little bit of everything--signings, panels, parties, etc--and I loved hanging out with my book blogger pals.

2. Deep fried cheese curds if they're on offer. Bottomless milk's great, too, but that's probably more of a fair thing.

3. YAY!

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RebelReader
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1. Ginny Moon
2. My hubby and I do patio gardening....vegetables, herbs and flowers
3. Roxane Gay last night! She was absolutely wonderful!
4. I‘ve read all of Elizabeth Strout. I love her work! I‘m working on all of Louise Penny and am about to start Jacqueline Winspear‘s Maise Dobbs series. I‘ve already read her stand alone.
#weekendchat

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Eggs
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📚Tons of them but most recently Magic Hour
🌺🌹🌸🌻💐, cacti and other xeriscape plants
🎫🎟 Dance review
📖Complete: J. Picoult, S. Creech , F. Flagg, K. Hosseini.
Aspire: K. Hannah, B. Williams, L'Engle
#weekendchat @CSeydel

Cedricsmom Matilda! Veggies and flowers. Dance performance of Swan Lake. Donna Tartt ❤️📚 6y
Eggs @Cedricsmom 😊❤️ 6y
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Jerdencon
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1. I guess Harry Potter
2. No... I live in an apt but even if I had a house me and plants don't mix.
3. Went to an off Broadway play called Imbibe - about the history of drinking! 🍻
4. Judy Blume and JK Rowling and TAna French - have read all their works and always waiting for more
#weekendchat @CSeydel

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Carolhreads
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Here‘s another one from Albris .com :)

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Debiw781
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1. Wave by Wil Mara although I also love the Supervolcano series by Harry Turtledove
2. Hmm... I love all travel books but especially ones by DK
3. Spring food? I‘m not sure how to answer this other than deviled eggs are my favorite part of Easter dinner (and Thanksgiving, Super Bowl, etc)
4. Tough one but I have to go with One of Us is Lying, which I have @Bostonmomx2 to thank for recommending

#weekendchat
@CSeydel

Bostonmomx2 Yay!!!!!! 6y
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Debiw781
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1. So many... from The Little Engine that Could to The Best Loved Doll to my well loved book of fairy tales
2. Hmmm... susurration
3. I read anywhere 😂
4. Indoor- it‘s too hot and sunny in Florida otherwise

#weekendchat
@CSeydel

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ReadingRover
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1. Herman the Helper- Robert Kraus (super cute picture book) 2. Homunculus 3. Private 4. Both #weekendchat @CSeydel

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Pamwurtzler
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Dr. Seuss‘ The Sneetches and From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler
Ubiquitous
Anywhere, really. It‘s situational.
I‘m not exactly nature girl, but I like to sit outside & read.
#weekendchat

mrozzz Ubiquitous is such a good word!! 6y
Karkar It is a really good thing that people post the questions because otherwise I would really worry about exactly what the question was...🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 6y
Pamwurtzler @Karkar HAHAHAHA yes I can see how there might be some confusion there! 6y
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Jerdencon
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1. I loved Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss and anything by Judy Blume
2. I honestly don't know
3. Both but mostly at home
4. Indoor but I do love the beach
#weekendchat @CSeydel

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ReadingRover
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This is for last weekend but now it‘s a weekend too so...😜1. Alex Cross series 2. Hmmm Leviathan by Scott Westerfield I hated book one so it was a DNF and I didn‘t keep going. 3. If I own it and love it I keep it. If I don‘t love it I pass it on. Now I try to keep less because...ya know...Book hoarder! 4. Yes! Top of The Hill Girls. It‘s me & all the senior citizen ladies in my condo circle & I love it! #weekendchat @CSeydel

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cleoh
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• probably the Magic Treehouse series? It has so many books, but more recently the Pretty Little Liars series
• I don‘t tend to give up on series because I always need to know what happens and how things end
• it depends on the book!
• not officially, but I consider my entire English degree a book club

#weekendchat @CSeydel

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sarahbellum
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🔺 Probably The Cat Who series 😸
🔺 Many from childhood- Babysitters Club, Animorphs, Boxcar Children
🔺 They‘re usually library books, so pass them on
🔺 Yes 👯‍♀️
#weekendchat

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rachelk
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📚The Boxcar Children 📚The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer (I read them to my daughter but she outgrew her interest before the last book came out.) 📚Both! And sometimes I‘ll take a pile to Powell‘s to sell for store credit. (Yay, more books!) 📚Yes! We take turns picking the book and one night each month we bring food & wine to a home where we discuss it. It‘s great! #weekendchat @CSeydel

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RebelReader
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#weekendchat

1. I'm currently reading through all of Louise Penny's Three Pines series and Daniel Silvia's Gabriel Allon series and plan to start Maise Dobbs this summer. It will take me years to finish these.
2. Divergent
3. I pass them on
4. Yes I belong to two. One at my library and the other is a group that has been meeting for almost 30 years. I'm one of the newbies attending for about 13 years. ❤️

Reagan Divergent, yes. I read the first book and didn‘t mind it. Could not get into the second and never had any desire to try again. 6y
Susanita I liked the first two Divergent books but NOT the last one. 6y
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GatheringBooks
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#WeekendChat
1️⃣ I think it‘d still be the Sweet Valley High series at over 60 novels, thereabouts.
2️⃣ none that I can remember - I am a completist.
3️⃣ Shelve and recommend or buy another copy to give to someone since my books are mostly for-room-use only
4️⃣ Yup! Two offline (IRL) ones and 4 online.

Cathythoughts You are in 2 bookclubs ! I would actually love that, but they are hard enough to find & then get into. I believe there is a real old one in Cork , but you have to put your name on a waiting list - 😬🙄. The one I‘m in is local & it‘s great. 6y
LazyDays Sweet Valley High😂😎 I use to read those also!🌈 6y
LazyDays I laugh because I've forgotten all about it.😊 I also read most of the BoxCar children. 6y
GatheringBooks @Cathythoughts there used to be four, actually. first one is with local authors here in singapore, second one is with young adults - both are still pretty active. previously i had a book club with fellow academics in my institution (a few have left), and another one that i facilitated with young readers at my library (but no more participants, sadly). 6y
GatheringBooks @LazyDays i lovelovelove my sweet valley high days. 6y
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AndreaReads
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It‘s the weekend and I have my replacement phone, so all is good!
1. Most recently Stephen King‘s It, but I will often quickly read through books when I hear they‘re being made into movies!
2. Miss Peregrine‘s Home for Peculiar Children
3. R.L. Stine, Neal Shusterman, Ransom Riggs, Nicola Yoon, Jon Scieszka, Veronica Roth, Julie Murphy (notice they are all YA, I have a type 😂)
4. Butterbeer—I was sad that I found it too sweet.
#WeekendChat

JaclynW Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children has a great cover! 6y
AndreaReads @JaclynW Right!?! I think that cover is awesome. I almost bought the shirt from Out of Print the other day...I may go back and get it. 6y
JaclynW @AndreaReads There's a shirt!! Yes, you should buy it!! 6y
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Debiw781
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*It and The Dark Tower (although both were rereads)
*None offhand- I‘m not a cover person
*Quite a few- Sarah Morgan was my most recent I think
*as much as I love culinary cozy mysteries.... none lol

#weekendchat
@CSeydel

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Eggs
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#weekendchat @CSeydel
⭐️ The Mountain Between Us
💫 most of the books on my shelves!! Girls Like Me by Lola Stvil
🌟 Temple Grandin
✨ Apple Slump

CSeydel Ooh what is apple slump?? 6y
Cupofjo I‘d love to meet temple Grandin 6y
Eggs @CSeydel It's an easy apple dessert from the Laura Ingalls Wilder Cookbook 6y
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