Monday, September 1, 2014

September 1 | Currently Reading

Happy Labor Day to those of you in the States! I plan to spend my day watching tennis, reading, and probably working on the blog. My account was hacked yet again, so I have no choice but to get a new account. Advice welcome!

Last week I posted my review of And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie.

I also finished reading The Incorruptibles by John Hornor Jacobs, Shakespeare's MacBeth, and Run by Blake Crouch.


This week I am reading Wool by Hugh Howey. It is a fantastic dystopian novel that I do not want to put down.


What are you reading this week? Be sure to let me know in the comments or leave me a link!


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12 comments:

  1. I used to always read your blog and then you disappeared off the scene. I didn't know you were hacked (twice!). Yikes, I had my twitter hacked 2x last year, and deleted it, but then I gave in and made a new one.

    Anyway, glad you are back. I don't have advice, sorry. I assume your whole computer was infected to mess up your blog, so my sympathies.
    I have yet to read Blake Crouch, but I am tempted to read the Pines series.
    Hope you straighten everything out with your blog.

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    1. Thanks, Rita. No other problems and no other accounts - just this one! And it's a persistent nightmare.

      Run was so-so for me, but I do still plan to read the Pines series.

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  2. Wow that stinks to have your account hacked! I'm afraid I don't have any advice there! :/

    I haven't read Macbeth in a long time! I actually enjoyed that one quite a bit when I read it! I love the cover of Wool!

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    1. Wool is so good. I keep trying to sneak in time to read it when I need to be doing other things. :)

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  3. That totally sucks that your account got hacked--and twice too. The only thing I would suggest is to go to your account settings and make sure it is as secure as it can be. Never been hacked, so I don't really know much about dealing with it. :(

    I hope things get better, though. Good luck!

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    1. Thanks, Hanna. I had it locked down so tight I could hardly get in myself so I loosened it up with a 31 character nonsense password. Wasn't good enough! So now it's locked down again and will stay that way. Thanks again!

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  4. I just got a copy of Wool myself, I'm absolutely dying to read it, want to finish what I started first though.

    heres my week:http://superbookgrl13.blogspot.com/2014/09/its-monday-what-are-you-reading.html

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    1. It's a good idea to clear your plate first. You won't want to read anything else once you start!

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  5. Sorry about the hack. My friend's email has been hacked and it has been a nightmare. I've seen Wool at the library and now I am going to check it out.

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    1. Thanks. I hope you love Wool. It's a great read.

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  6. My husband is reading Wool and he adores it! I guess he found out about it because there is a graphic novel by the same name. I wonder how that is.

    I don't know much about hacking and where to go after that, but I'm sorry that it happened to you and kudos to you for keeping your blog open!

    Amber Elise @ Du Livre

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    1. Ooh, I adore it too so far. I didn't know there's a graphic novel.

      Gosh, thanks, Amber Elise. I really considered throwing in the towel because it has been a vicious cycle, but now I'm fired up to keep going!

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