> The Things You Can Read: It's Monday What Are You Reading: August 12, 2013

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Monday, August 12, 2013

It's Monday What Are You Reading: August 12, 2013

NYC bookmobile, 1930s
(via malapropsbookstore)
It's Monday What Are You Reading
I am currently Reading: Swimming at Night by Lucy Clarke

I am STILL currently reading Burial Rites by Hannah Kent.
Stoner by John Edward Williams
I just finished listening to...
Joyland by Stephen King
I just started listening to...

Prep by Curtis Sittenfeld

Happy reading to all! ☮

Happy Reading
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  1. Swimming at Night looks interesting, thanks for sharing. Have a great week.

    It's Monday!

  2. Love your bookmobile! I just saw a story on the morning news about a librarian in Seattle who bikes it downtown to a Farmers Market once a week and pulls something behind him filled with books, so that he may bring the library to the people who don't get a chance to go to it. Sounds like a great idea.
    I looked up Burial Rites and it seems like an intriguing premise, and set in Iceland, that adds dimension to the mood of the story. Will see what your review is when you get back from the beach--enjoy.


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