#whatareyoureadingweek

Are you on Twitter? Share your book of the week and use the hashtag #whatareyoureadingweek. Then see what others are reading.

11 responses to “#whatareyoureadingweek

  1. Linda

    Eat Pray Love reallly enjoying the vicarious tr.avelogue as I will never get to go where she went

  2. Linda

    Eat Pray Love, really enjoying the vicarious travelogue, as I will never get to go to those places.

  3. Sylvia

    The Zookeeper’s Wife. What a beautiful and thought-provoking book. My book group absolutely loved it and found lots to talk about. I thought it was surprisingly readable, deeply inspiring, and quite funny at times (wild animals living in the house with people!). I love that it’s a true story that somehow got overlooked. It made me think about the nature of heroism, what happens to the environment during the war, and how one person can make a difference in so many lives.

    • HI Sylvia!
      I absolutely loved The Zookeeper’s Wife. I’m so intrigued by books about the Holocaust and what people did to help undermine what the Nazis were doing.
      Thank you for stopping by to share your thoughts!
      Kathy

  4. Ellen Ullman

    Kathy –

    I am doing a roundup on e-readers for Tech & Learning magazine magazine. I’ll be chatting with several K-12 schools about how they have chosen and are using e-readers.

    I’d love to talk with you this week about your Kindles. Can you send me an email and we can schedule a call?

    Thanks!

  5. Mary Claire Klinefelter

    Just finished Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Just loved it, I can’t wait to meet with my book club to see if everyone enjoyed it as much as I did

    • Hi Mary Claire!
      Thanks for leaving such a nice comment. Our book club had an excellent conversation on the book. At Goodreads.com you’ll find information from the author, Jamie Ford.
      Stay warm!
      Kathy

  6. beth fox-kret

    Marian,
    I want to know if you or your readers have a suggestion for a fictional book based on the theme: Film and Photography? Not a book about film and photography but a fictional book that ties in with that theme.
    Thanks, beth

    • Hi Beth,
      I’ve put this out for others to comment on to help you out. I have 2 book title recommendations for you. Death By Hollywood by Steven Bochco and Tall Pine Polka by Lorna Landvik. I really enjoyed reading both of them several years back.
      Let me know if you like either of these.
      Best,
      Kathy aka “Marian”

  7. Mary Klinefelter

    Marian,
    I just finished reading Cutting for Stone, I loved it!! I couldn’t put it down and yet I hated to get to the end at the same time. It was my first book on my new Kindle. You were right Marian, I absolutely love the Kindle!

    Best Regards,
    Mary Claire

  8. Flight Plan by B Kingsolver. Everything she writes is good but her masterpiece is Poisonwood Bible.

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