Thursday, February 25, 2010

No Biscuit For Me

Bad, Mariah! *slaps wrist*

Sorry I wasn't on the internet yesterday to comment on everybody's wonderful blogs... I, um, got distracted.

For some reason or another, I decided to pick up Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and, well, you can guess where it went from there.

So, after spending most of my free time yesterday huddled up in bed, reading Harry Potter, I have lots of work to do today! Don't be surprised if I'm missing again...

What was the last book you got wrapped up in?

9 comments:

Jonathon Arntson said...

Never apologize for being MIA, especially when HP is the cause. I hope you get caught up, I need responses to my comments! :)

inthewritemind said...

I think it was Cindy Pon's Silver Phoenix. I read that entire book in a day and a half (would've been a day if I didn't have to go to work).

I have a feeling when her sequel comes out it will be the same.

JEM said...

That's so funny you would ask that question today because I just read The Hunger Games and Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins two days ago. It's been a long time since I've found a book that engrossing, but I DEVOURED both books in two days. That's plus working full time and throwing a few hours of sleep in there. I forgot a book could make me feel that way, and the only thing I'm upset about is that I read them before the third book came out. Now I have to wait until bloody August to find out what happens! It was so inspiring to remember how gripping a book can be when done right!

Anita Saxena said...

I think I last got wrapped up in City of Bones. Would love to get wrapped up in Deathly Hallows again.

Heather Kelly said...

I just finished the Giver. I'm lucky it was short, because I definitely got wrapped up in it...

Sarah said...

Hmm. Last book I got wrapped up in would probably have to be Cracked Up to Be.

Sarah said...

Oops, I mean Some Girls Are. I've started doing that lately. *sigh* But both fabulous books from Courtney Summers.

Myrna Foster said...

The Lightning Thief--I had to read it again after I watched the movie to put everything right in my head again.

I would love to read The Deathly Hallows again though.

Carrie Harris said...

I propped The Iron King up in front of the dishwasher so I wouldn't have to stop reading while I did dishes. Does that count? :)