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48 Hour Book Challenge=Starting Now!

Ok, so I didn't get up as early as I had wanted-I do have to work tonight and needed to get some sleep! (Plus, who can resist a family cuddle with the husband and the dog?)

But I'm here now and I'm getting started! First book up:

Lovestruck Summer by Melissa Walker

I actually started reading this one last night, so I'm planning on finishing it today.

Start time: 9:00AM

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  1. Oh, nice, a 48-hour reading challenge! Good luck and have fun! :)

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  2. Yaw! All the best to you! I'll be stalking your blog regularly. 48 hours! :D

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  3. WAH I wish I could do this! LOL. Have fun--can't wait to read the reviews!!

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  4. Good luck...and have fun!! What a nice excuse to be lazy all day! I'm certainly enjoying it!

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  5. Good luck with the challenge! I'm joining in too later tonight.

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  6. Good luck and have so much fun! I'm so jealous!

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  7. Good luck. How are things going so far.

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