Step into the unknown with confidence! Trust that in the darkness of that first step there will either be something solid to stand on, or you will be taught how to fly! Nothing tastes as good as living with less pain feels!
The last one (finished up a few days ago) was Terry Pratchet's "Moving Pictures"--yet another Discworld book that I got for Christmas. Next up is finishing up the 6th Wheel of Time book. I put it down and lost the book for a while, but just found it while cleaning, so that is back in the multi-book list (to go along with "Island in a Sea of Time" and another fluff fiction book to replace the discworld one). Can't tell I read much can ya? --Heather
I read the entire "Twilight Saga" one right behind the other recently. I read fast so I did it in about 2 days. :)
Don't let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use. ~Earl Nightingale
I just finished "Live to tell by Lisa Gardner" and am currently finishing "Think twice by Lisa Scottline".They are OK,but not outstanding...I just bought 3 new ones(different authors)that I can't wait to start!
"It's not the mountains ahead that wear you out-it's the grain of sand in your shoe"-unknown
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The last book I read cover to cover is No Mark Upon Her by Deborah Crombie. It's the 14th in her Gemma James/Duncan Kincaid mystery series and as always, it was really good. I love a good, solid mystery and Deborah Crombie never fails me in this regard.
I read all the time :) I have a barnes and noble nook and it is so light and easy to hold....The last book I read was Tiger's Curse by Colleen Houck and I am now reading the second in the trilogy. She is an amazing author who I had the chance to meet and she is such an amazing down to earth person, we were actually there to meet some other authors and she had come to meet them too and she was practically star struck in their presence which was very humbling to me because to me she was the best author there. If you have children and ever have the chance to go to an author signing do it, it is so amazing for my kids to meet these big authors, to see my kids react to these authors as though they met a movie star is even better :)
The last book I read was The Gunslinger by Stephen King which is book 1 of the Dark Tower series. I'm now 3/4 of the way through book two and I have book three. I love this series and I'm going through and reading it all because there was a new book that was released back in March that I can't wait to read but want to refresh my mind as to what the progress of the story was.
I just read "dying to be me" by Anita Moorjani. I liked the last two chapters in particular, as they express a way of being and thinking that makes a lot of sense to me. It's an autobiography by a woman who was diagnosed with stage I'V cancer, in a coma, and on the brink of death. She experienced the "other side" and came back to tell about it. Her website is interesting as it offers interviews with many people, including physicians, who are at a loss to explain what took place. Madeleine
Be Present; you can give yourself a break during the day by taking ONE conscious breath. Slowly follow your inbreath and your outbreath.
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The last book I read was called: "My name is Braxton..Follow Me" This is a book all 22 pages I did for my son, who is autistic, in story form using photos of him and family. It is for his birthday in June and can be viewed online...
Speak up for those that cannot speak for themselves
The last book I completed was a mystery-ish novel called "Healing Sands" by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn. It's the third one of a trilogy of books about a psychologist and his clients. I usually read more philosophical things than that but that's what I happened to have read last. It was a good read anyway.
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