Sunday, May 20, 2012

Abducted by Sundays in bed with...5.20.12


I actually didn't get to spend Sunday in bed with a book this weekend. I have just joined the choir at my church and they sing in the 9 am mass so I had to be up extra early! Hopefully, in the weekends to come, I'll be able to get up, go to church, and then come home and get back into bed with a book, just not today.


If I had been able to spend the morning in bed with a book I would have been reading the first book in the Final Friends series by Christopher Pike!

My friend Kate ( aka our Sundays In Bed With hostess ) gave me this series for Christmas and I thought it might be fun to read them this week since it is the week Kate is celebrating her birthday!

HAPPY EARLY BIRTHDAY KATE!!!!!!!!!!

I hope everyone has a great weekend and I hope you get to spend some time in bed with your favorite series today!

6 comments:

Kate@Midnight Book Girl said...

That is such an awesome, bookish thing to do for my birthday! I love it! Did you enjoy choir?

Cindy Smith said...

Sounds like a good read. I have never read any of these books.

I hope you had a good choir today. We will be up early next Sunday for church because we were asked to take part in the mass.

Happy reading

fakesteph said...

I'm so glad you joined the choir. Kate LOOOVES Christopher Pike and that is a great idea!! What day is Kate's actual birthday?

Andrea @ The Overstuffed Bookcase said...

Such a cool idea to read that for Kate's birthday week! I remember reading some Christopher Pike back in the day, and loving them! I hope you had a great Sunday!

FICTION STATE OF MIND said...

looks like a great eries. hope you get to read it soon :)

Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books said...

I know this is way late... and I have no excuse... but I'm really excited your reading final Friends. It wasn't my favorite Pike book (mine is Chain Letter) but I know Kate loves this trilogy. I hope you enjoy!

 
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