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August 25, 2011

QUESTION OF THE DAY




Today is the last Thursday in August...doesn't that just make you sad?

Unless you live in a warm-weather state, it looks like our days of beaches, pools and warm weather are being traded in for sweaters and bookbags. But if our followers are anything at all like the GoodChoiceReading women, I'm sure you've had tons of summer memories and even better book reads!

Today's Question of the Day: What was your favorite summer read? 


LET ME KNOW!!!!

6 comments:

  1. I'm a huge paranormal fantasy reader but love to read teen romance in the summer. I just finished Simone Eckles How to Ruin series....loved it!

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  2. The Help by Kathryn Stockett and The Hourglass Door by Lisa Mangum were my favorites. -The Loopy Librarian (www.theloopylibrarian.com)

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  3. Witch Song by Amber Argyle, The Sleepwalkers and Dark Territory by J. Gabriel Gates.

    Mary

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  4. You know... I unfortunately have not found my favorite summer read :(

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  5. My favorite summer read so far was Divergent.

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  6. Such a hard choice, but I absolutely loved Firelight, by Sophie Jordan. I liked the different plot line.

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