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Dear readers,

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-- Rhi


RhiReading Feature: Weekend Reading

Yup... you read that right. I've decided to try a little something. I've done this on a couple of web communities but lately I just haven't had time for taking part in one. I thought it might help bring those of you who read and visit my blog together a little too! :)

Here's the jist of it... every Friday I'll try and remember to get a post up about what my reading plans are for the weekend. Weekends seem to be the time when most people have some free time for focusing on reading. Anyone is welcome to drop by and tell me (and other readers) what their plans are, just leave a comment. Any comments regarding what myself or others are reading are completely welcome as long as they are friendly.

So, what is everyone reading this weekend?

I've got a bunch of blechy domestic stuff to do but I'm hoping to get To Tempt the Wolf by Terry Spear finished by Saturday night so I have time to work on The Bleeding Dusk by Colleen Gleason on Sunday. Somehow I doubt I will get to TBD as I have a lot of non-reading things I want to get done.

And on a completely sidenote... totally looking forward to Sunday's new True Blood episode. *happy dance* Anyways, have a terrific weekend guys!
-- Rhi


JenB said...

I just finished a whole stack of sports romances, ending with Sliding Home by Kate Angell. I loved them all, but I'm ready for something different. At the moment I'm trying to decide between these three:

Turn Left at Sanity by Nancy Warren
The Horseman by Jillian Hart
A Man in a Million by Jessica Bird

Rhianna said...

I did manage to finish To Tempt the Wolf last night. Didn't think I was going to find the time but I managed. :) Don't think I can get The Bleeding Dusk done in two days but who knows.

I go through that too Jen! I'll be on a kick of similarly themed books and get bored of them. I got a bit sick of vampires earlier this year despite them always being a favorite.


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