Monday, January 25, 2010

Bookworm

Hey guys!

Merry 2010! Ha! I know it's already January 25th but this is my first post in the new year. I've been very slack once again but I have a few different things up my sleeve. I will tell you about them soon!

For now, I am facing a new challenge for myself. One of my lovely girl's I work with read 51 books last year! I thought it was an amazing feat and wanted to complete one myself. However, I am quite picky when it comes to reading. If the story does not grab my attention in the first chapter... I give up! That's bad isn't it? Anyway... to push myself into reading more I plan to read 30 books this year!

So far I have already read one book! Red Leaves by Paullina Simons. I read The Bronze Horsemen series a while ago and I don't know why I didn't pick up any of Paullina's other titles sooner. She's an amazing author and very easy to read.

Currently, I am reading another one of her books called Tully. So far, it's been a easy and great book to read. I'm just about near halfway and have my next book lined up - Sweet Little Lies by Lauren Conrad. And yes, I am a The Hills fan. I read her other book last year L.A Candy and liked it. I couldn't put it down and it's because I am a The Hills fan. That explains it all.

Do you guys have any other suggestions? I've been recommended a few by my friends but am interested in what your fave books are?


3 comments:

clare's craftroom said...

I'm sorry I tried to read Tully twice and just couldn't get into it . I did read her novel Eleven Hours not long ago , I liked that .
Just finished a Micheal Connely and am now onto John Grisham , yes I read a lot !

Tyler said...

I recommend The Book Thief by Markus Zuzack. It is an amazing story which is told from "Deaths" perspective. It follows the life of a little girl in Germany WW2. It is a powerful novel that is very hard to put down!

xo!

Tinys and Tea said...

I'll have to put Eleven Hours onto the list! I find her books really enthralling. There's always all these secrets about the characters that I can't help but want to find out!

Book Thief too! I've also now been given a copy of Playing with the Grown-Ups by Sophie Dahl. Been told this is also a good one to read!

Thanks for your suggestions guys!

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