Time to read?? Just the back of food boxes!
I am now reading The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield, it was another book club book from forever ago.
Did you hear about a series called "The Wardstone Chronicles"? My hubby bought the first e-book to me, because he saw a trailer of a movie and thought we´d like to read the books before watching it. I´m reading now and enjoying so far - I read around 1/3 of the first book.
We went to the theater to see the Desolation of Smaug, which in turn led us to watch the Lord of the Rings trilogy, again. Which in turn led me to read the Lord of the Rings, again, which I am doing now. LOL
I just finished reading a book called Silence of the Grave it's a Thriller by Arnaldur Indridason he's from Iceland and although I usually like these types of books I didn't think this one was for me however by the end of chapter one I was making plans to find more books from this author a really good read.
Currently reading The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks. I bought the book when it came out and am just now getting to reading it. I have added half of these books to my book list at the library and I can't wait to read some of them. I love this post .
I am reading C.S. Lewis' space trilogy. I am currently on Perelanra (the second book). It is very intriguing, and I am loving the books.
-I really enjoy seeing what other people are reading. It's fun to come across new titles.
Just started (an halfway through lol) A Company of Swans by Eva Ibbotson...cute romantic story.
I finished two books this month (ok, both short, but better than fall behind on reading goals: The first was "Oh Myyyyy - here goes the internet", by George Takei - I liked it far better than I thought I´d like and "So long, and tanks for all the fish" - the 4th on the Hitchhiker´s Guide to the Galaxy series, by Douglas Adams. It´s far better than the third!
A Course In Miracles (ACIM) ...with no formal sequence!
My son loves to read Asimov, science fiction though is not my thing. Last year at Christmas my hubby gifted me with a Kobo and I absolutely love it. I have been reading many of the books I read in my youth which you can't find anymore and fallen in love with literature again. I just finished Tess of the D'uebervilles by Thomas Hardy ... it could have been written today. You can download as many epub books as you would ever read here: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page