I always wanted a reading nook to read a favorite book when I grew up. Now, I realize I don’t really need one. I can read anywhere, anytime. And, I never leave home without a book (or three). Here, we will talk about books, books, books. Series, stand-alone books, classics, and new releases. And especially your all time favorites. Mine happens to be the Outlander series. One of my best friends suggested I read the book in the early 2000’s. I thought, ‘Oh man, that’s a big book and it doesn’t appeal to me.’ HAHA! Little did I know! After several conversations in which my friend kept telling me I realllly needed to read the book (at the time only the first few books in the series had been published/written). I will be honest, the first 50 pages or so were dull. I told myself, ‘I knew I wasn’t going to like this.’ And then the story exploded! From that point on, I have not been able to put one of these books down once I’ve started reading.
Happy reading to you all, and happy sharing!
To wind down my Sunday evening I’m going to read a bit. Something I haven’t done this weekend thanks to organizing and birthdaying and The Avengers…
I’m currently reading the Hamilton biography. It’s a hefty book but the author makes it fun to read!! It helps that I actually enjoy historical fiction (this reads like an entertaining historical fiction piece) and I love learning about history and reading biogrpahies!
The Rosetti Letter
I’m enjoying this book as it bounces back and forth between the 17th century and current time sharing a historian’s quest to prove a piece of history, thanks to the heroine (courtesan) from 1617. It is the author’s first novel and she’s already published the second book of the story, The Devlin Diary. Now to catch up with my reading buddy!
I’m still trying to get through The Rosetti Letter (ack!) and now I’m also reading a new release MS-13 book. I love reading those books because I learn so much. I love learning, which directly relates to today’s EQ. Happy Learning!