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What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? What are you reading?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

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  1. […] week’s Booking through Thursday asks: What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? What […]

  2. Here’s mine for this week

    Bedside

  3. I jus answered this question earlier in the week, so I am linking back to that post:

    http://barbarah.wordpress.com/2010/05/25/whats-on-your-nightstand-2/

  4. On the top of my nightstand is the main book I’m currently reading (in this case, A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar). My diary and a complete collection of Grimms’ Fairy Tales also live there permanently. At the moment there are also a few shorter books waiting to be read, because I re-did my bookshelves recently and didn’t see a purpose of making room for them if I was just going to read and release them right away. (We’ll see how many months they sit on my nightstand!)

  5. My post is here. I don’t have any books by my bedside but ….

  6. […] Through Thursday: Bedside Jump to Comments This week, Booking Through Thursday asks us: What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? […]

  7. Fun question! My answer is up at The Crowded Leaf.

  8. I’ve got more piles than one person should. I chronicle a few of them this week.

    http://nashvillebookworm.wordpress.com/2010/05/27/booking-through-thursday-tbr-pile/

  9. I have a night stand by there aren’t any books on it:
    http://mervih.wordpress.com/2010/05/27/bedside/

  10. Answering this question made me realize how far behind I am on my reading, but what else is new?
    http://beastmomma.squarespace.com/from-shelf-to-hand/2010/5/27/booking-through-thursday-bedside.html

  11. Interesting question! Here’s my response: http://www.rulethewaves.net/blog/?p=1519

  12. On the floor next to my bed is The Deadfall Project by Brett James, a great fast-paced thriller involving an ex-CIA spy called out of retirement, looking for a bomb that could level a city in seconds. Nothing is as it seems, with even the people on his side, perhaps not???…

  13. It’s been awhile, happy BTT. Mine is here.

  14. My bookshelf is by my bed. Easy access when I finish a book🙂 Check out my response here:

    http://kariannalysis.com

  15. No bedside table for me but you can see what I have stashed under my bed.

  16. […] Thursday and you know what that means…another edition of Booking Through Thursday is […]

  17. Just finished posting mine (complete with pictures!): BTT: Bedside Books

  18. I don’t even have a bedside table! I do, however, have a bookcase headboard and you can occasionally find a book or two there. But, as I posted to my blog, books don’t stay in the headboard. I read in bed at night, but when I get up, I take my book with me out into the house — or on the day’s travels — so that it’s always at hand when I have a few minutes to read.

    Thanks for this week’s inspiration. I’m enjoying reading everyone’s responses.

  19. […] Through Thursday: May 27, 2010 Easy question today from Booking Through Thursday: What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? What are […]

  20. This one turned into quite the crazy long post for me.🙂

    Here is where you can find it!

  21. […] Through Thursday 2 This weeks prompt from Booking Through Thursday: What books do you have next to your bed right now? How about other places in the house? […]

  22. I’m a little late to the party, but here’s mine:

    http://pamperspective.blogspot.com/2010/05/booking.html

  23. Dracula. Can you believe it? My daughter is studying gothicism in English at High school, so I picked it up again.

    http://publishersearch.wordpress.com

  24. Talking about Detective Fiction – P.D. James One of my favourite authors examines the challenges, achievements and the potential of a genre which has fascinated her for more than fifty years as a novelist. This is my favourite genre and I’m learning a lot about this form of writing as I read crime fiction.

  25. “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch and I just finished Melissa Marr’s 4th in her Wicked Lovely series, “Radiant Shadows”. Who knew that fairies could be more fascinating than vampires?!

  26. I’ve got Stephen King’s Dome that I cart around with me everywhere at the moment – it weighs a ton but I love King’s world and the claustrophobia is starting to build!

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