2/5: The Sun. Smile-Winter Reading Recommendations
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Posts: 2,989 2/6/12 10:05 A
I wish I had time to read right now...I'm jealous of y'all! I'm doing a lot of reading for research right now for a writing project so I've been in historical texts and Scriptural commentaries. It's interesting, but I'm too tired at night to do any reading for 'fun.' I tried to start a biography on my daughters e-reader, but I'm just not interested in any more reading right now. Usually I love historical fiction and classics. Fun to hear what you all are reading! keep it up!
Melissa Lupus-Team Butterfly co-leader
current weight: 145.0
Posts: 2 2/5/12 9:29 A
We Bought A Zoo by Benjamin Mee-also the movie, well written The Descendants-like the movie Micro by Crichton-good concept, poorly written Please Help My Mom by Shin-bestseller in Asia translated An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff-very inspiring and the mysteries of Louise Penny Still Live,etc set in Ontario
Posts: 14,759 2/5/12 12:20 A
PURE TRASH (lol)! That's what I'm currently reading. Mysteries and romance novels keep me happy and craving more. Can't wait to try your recommendations!
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Posts: 14,759 2/5/12 12:15 A
“Winter Reading Recommendations”
We are getting into the heart of winter and, for some; outside activities are reduced or eliminated. What better way to spend that time than curled up with a good book. Funny how that phrase evokes a wonderful picture and feeling- much better than “curled up with your laptop”!
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