Sundays in Bed With… Size 12 is Not Fat

July 15, 2012 In Bed With... 14

Kate at Midnight Book Girl has started a new feature on Sunday mornings to share with everyone what you’re reading in bed Sunday morning before getting to the days activities. image

Look guys!  It’s a real picture!  You get to see my fabulous sheets and comforter.  (Yeah I sleep with a comforter even in the summer.  That’s what fans are for.)

Today I’m reading Size 12 is Not Fat by Meg Cabot.  It comes highly recommended by Kate and it sounds like my kind of book.

This past week was a very rough reading week for me.  I couldn’t get into anything.  I’m not sure if it was because I just finished Pushing the Limits (amazing!  review will be up tomorrow) or if I was just being extra moody, but I read between 40-60 pages in 4 different books (Soulless, Red Glove, Fever and 11th Hour) before finally settling on Circle of Silence.

It was very frustrating, but it’s obviously more me than the books so no one needs to come after me for not be able to get into Red Glove (*cough* Jenny *cough*) or Soulless (*cough* Steph *cough*).  I will be coming back to these books.


Enjoy your Sunday!


14 Responses to “Sundays in Bed With… Size 12 is Not Fat”

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      Audiobooks are very hit or miss with me, but rest assured I will not give up on Red Glove. I really think I was just in some awful funk the beginning of the week because nothing was any good.

  1. Jenny

    LOL! Well, it’s a good thing you told me not to come after you. I was totally getting ready to ask you WTH?! ;) Don’t worry, I know the feeling of not being able to get into a book. I know it all too well. :(

  2. fakesteph

    You gave up on Soulless AND Red Glove? OBVIOUSLY, it’s not the books. ;) I haven’t read anything but Pushing the Limits this week. I’m getting a bit burned out with Fast Draft. The next time I do this, I’m going to plan for it and have stuff set up for my blog and just take two weeks completely off. :)

  3. Christina

    Even with my fan I can’t manage the comforter in the summer. I wish I could, though. There’s nothing better than sleeping under a comforter.

    Though Meg Cabot is pretty awesome. That series is fantastic. Most def my favorite of her newer stuff.

  4. Kate@Midnight Book Girl

    And another Heather Wells fan is born!!

    Seriously, Soulless is sooooo good, but it helped that the audio is really good, which is why I got into it so quickly.

  5. Bittner

    I haven’t read any Meg Cabot but something tells me I will like her! I have been on a reading slump too. My audio book lists is moving a long quite nicely, but my other books are at a standstill!

  6. Andrea @ The Overstuffed Bookcase

    I’ve heard this series is really good! I hope you’ve gotten back into the swing of things with your reading!

    (Oh, and I also use a comforter year-round, too. I mean, what kind of crazy person doesn’t?) ;)

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      I’m partially in the swing of things. Everything that I’ve been able to get is pretty much contemporary. I can’t get into any kind of paranormal or dystopian or anything. So I’m just going with the flow…