Thursday, May 27, 2010

Booking Through Thursday - Bedside

What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? What are you reading?
I don't have any books by my bed. I do almost all of my reading while sitting on the couch in my living room. Currently occupying my couch are: My Soul to Keep by Rachel Vincent, 2 copies of Storm Warning by Linda Sue Park (39 Clues, Book 9), and A Rush of Wings by Adrian Phoenix. 
My nearest books indicate how eclectic my book choices usually are. After, I finish My Soul to Keep, I will be donating it to my HS Media Center. The 2 copies of Storm Warning will be donated to my Elementary Media Center after I read one of them. A Rush of Wings would be a re-read, if I have time, for a discussion on GoodReads.
Oh, and my Kindle is sitting on my couch too with 325 books on it. Now, life would be good if I could just stay on my couch. However, I need to head off to work shortly.
Check and see what books others have at their sides (bed or otherwise) by looking at the links on Booking Through Thursday.


  1. Me, too - no books by the bed because I can't really read there. I recently got an iPad, and I'm going to try using that for bedtime reading, if I ever manage to download any books.

    My bedside reading

  2. 39 Clues looks good! My bedside list is at The Crowded Leaf.

  3. This looks like a fun meme, especially since I have books all over the house that I'm reading. Perhaps I'll do it next week. By my bedside I have The Memory of Running. On my iPhone I have Shades of Grey by Jasper Fforde and the audio book of Fool Moon by Jim Butcher and in the dining room I have The Forest of Hands and Teeth. I like to make sure I'm never caught without some reading material :)

  4. By my bedside is just about the only place I don't have books! *L*

    Hope you like My Soul To Keep, as I love Rachel Vincent's books! Enjoy!


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