Reading Challenge

27 Mar

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I have signed up for the 2013 reading challenge this year! I pledged to read 50 books this year and so far, I’m on track! Woo hoo! So far, I have read 10 books. The genre varies, I think changing it up is important. The last book I finished was The Host by Stefanie Meyers. I never read the Twilight series, nor got into the movies. I was recommended this book and to be honest, I had some strange dreams the first two nights! That shouldn’t be a surprise, I have LOTS of strange dreams! The Host was a great book actually and I am looking forward to the sequel. The movie comes out soon, but as we all know… BOOKS ARE BETTER!!

Currently, I am reading Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker. I am enjoying it so far. I love to imagine the beautiful dresses that she makes and honestly, I picture Sally Fields as Mrs. Lincoln now. I haven’t seen the film, but it is on my list to watch.

If you are on Goodreads, look me up- Caasandra Copp! I love seeing what others are reading and getting recommendations on what to read next!

**UPDATE: I started this post and it was a draft for a week! I just finished The Fault in our Stars  by John Green and Look me in the Eye by John Elder Robison, both excellent reads! Still currently reading Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker, I had to stop and read John Green’s book because I had many friends tell me it was so good! I couldn’t wait, had to know what everyone was talking about! Okay? Okay. 😉

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4 Responses to “Reading Challenge”

  1. booksoutsidethebox March 27, 2013 at 9:40 pm #

    Congrats on being on track! Isn’t goodreads the best? The fault in our stars is next on my to read list too!

    • whoopiecookie March 27, 2013 at 10:11 pm #

      You’ll love it! Goodreads is awesome! I enjoy reading comments and recommendations.

  2. vegavick April 3, 2013 at 9:53 am #

    Caasi, if you would like to pass along Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker book (or any great books that you’ve read), I’d love to read them…. I’ll see you on Saturday in San Diego!

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