I’m currently taking a little break from NaBloPoMo to re-read several books that I plan on reviewing. I just found out that Jamie over at The Perpetual Page-Turner is dedicating her weekend to re-reading too and inviting others to join her re-readathon. I finished Brooke Gladstone’s The Influencing Machine but I plan on reading it one more time before I start onΒ The Immigrant Advantage by Claudia Kolker, a book that I devoured last month.

What are you reading this weekend?Β 


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12 Responses to Re-reading

  1. Kai says:

    Sounds fun, happy reading πŸ™‚

  2. Oh, I wish I’d known about this. I’ve reserved the weekend for a couple of fresh reads (although I did just re-read Jean Webster’s Daddy-Long-Legs yesterday), else I’d’ve been sure to jump at this. I love re-reading. Are there bonus points for reading books about rereading books? Enjoy your weekend!

  3. Bree says:

    I rarely re-read. I think I only like to save certain books in order to share with others. Good luck with your readathon. Guess what? I finally finished a book yesterday and started another one! Yay. Hopefully my reading slump is over.

  4. cessie says:

    So cool that you found time to participate πŸ™‚
    I thought about it but all my fee time goes into NaNo-writing at the moment!
    Wish you much fun re-reading your favorites!!

  5. Bellezza says:

    So glad that you’re re-reading, too, Vasilly! I just finished These Happy Golden Years, for the 9 billionth time in my life, and there is something very restorative about revisitng our old favorites. I think I’ll go to Charlotte’s Web next, as I seem to be favoring childhood reads this weekend. Happy reading, happy restoration!

  6. Kailana says:

    Sounds like fun! Happy reading!

  7. Memory says:

    I love rereading! I’ve decided to dedicate much, though not all, of November and December to rereading a couple of favourite series. I’m currently three books into R.A. Salvatore’s Legend of Drizzt series, and I plan to reread Gregory Maguire’s Wicked Years books very, very soon. (I rather like the idea of rereading trashy fantasy and literary fantasy in the same general time frame.) I also want to squeeze Neil Gaiman’s STARDUST in before the end of the year.

    I’ve alternated between rereads and new-to-me books. Right now, the new-to-me things are mostly nonfiction (so I can see which ones I should give my family for the holidays) and holiday-themed novellas. I just finished THE SIBLING EFFECT by Jeffrey Kluger and am two chapters from the end of WANTED: ONE SCOUNDREL by Jenny Schwartz.

    Good luck with your rereading this weekend!

  8. Anastasia says:

    I can’t wait until I get my books unpacked again so I can reread them! Meanwhile, though, I’m reading YA ebooks from NetGalley and the library. And I may read a paper book, too, later on…probably a murder mystery or something.

  9. Had planned to finish off You Know When the Men Are Gone this weekend, but with a Thanksgiving gathering tomorrow, I don’t think I’ll make it! Ack!

    Enjoy your reading!

  10. I love rereading! I am perpetually rereading Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin series. πŸ™‚

  11. Marie says:

    the re-readathon sounds like fun! wish i’d heard about it before and planned something. have fun!

  12. zibilee says:

    The re-readathon sounds like a great idea, and I so wish I had the time to participate in it! I know exactly what I would choose if I were to join along! Thanks for letting us know.

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