I left the book City of Glass, at a friends aunt’s house. So, here I am bored without my book to read. I guess I could start another one while I wait to get that one back, but then it will mess up my list of books. I don’t really like to read more than one book at a time but it is looking like I might have to this once. Do you think it is hard to read more than one book at a time? I think I am going to read Marked and get that series started. Then I will have started four series, that aren’t finished, and that I am not caught up to. Bad idea?



  1. Mrs. Andersen says:

    I don’t know if you want to get stuck inbetween two series. It might be better to choose a stand alone book for right now. Although the House of Night books are quick, easy, fun reads.

    • Thats what I was thinking but all the books I have with me go to series. KayLee has Linger so I can’t finish that yet, City of Glass is clearly not with me so I can’t finish that yet, I don’t own Catching Fire, so I can’t finish that yet, and the only one I have with me I haven’t read is Marked. I know I won’t finish that soon since I have to go buy the other six books and wait for the next five to come out. I think I am just going to try to occupy myself for the rest of the night and get the book back tomorrow. 🙂

  2. Zach Hatfield says:

    I absolutely cannot read two books at one time. I dont know why but i have to give each book 100% of my attention. The only time i could read 2 at a time was in YAL when we had a classroom book and our books. I almost forgot to ask if you ever liked that “Beautiful Creatures” book?

    • Mrs. Andersen says:

      I loved Beautiful Creatures! I wrote a review for it in the blog 🙂 I can’t say it’s better than Twilight because it’s too different in story line than Twilight. Plus, it’s told from a guy’s perspective, which is actually pretty refreshing!

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