A big family, a reading addiction, and the occasional celebrity scandal are the ingredients of life that create one woman's opinion on just about everything.
Labels: On Reading
Posted by Rosie at 12:01 AM
I'm trying to catch up on the obscene Harlequin backlog I have on my Sony Reader. Finished The Family Man by Trish Milburn yesterday (Harlequin American) and started The Accidental Countess by Michelle Willingham (HH). I'm hoping to get more reading done this weekend, assuming I don't get distracted.
I just finished Girl From Mars by Julie Cohen. I thought it was awesome. I'm trying now on DH Lawrence's Women In Love. I had just read a book called Neverland about what a sick SOB JM Barrie was and the author mentioned that the antagonist in WIL is based on Barrie. However I'm having the darnedest time because the characters do not talk like real people. They talk like people out of some piece of crap indie art film that's suppose to be so "meaningful" but is really extremely boring and pointless.
My 7-year-old and I have been blowing through the Warrior Cats books this summer. Two dozen 300-500+ page books.
I'm actually going to return Megan Hart's Switch back to the library---unfinished today. First ever Hart title to just not hold me til the end. Then I'm on to Renee Bernard's Revenge Wears Rubies.Last finished book was Sizzling Sixteen by Evanovich. Ok. It was a quick, easy read I used to jump start my reading again.
Let's see - lot's of m/m books - Andrew Grey's farm series and Jordan Castillo Price's Psycop series. Currently reading one for the BB - Lynsay Sands' latest from the Argeneau series Born to Bite. :)
I am reading you blog at 330am
Just an update. Gave up on WIL. They just talked too oddly to follow the story. So I read the latest in the Dragon Slippers series - Dragon Spear. (Yes it's a kid's series but I don't care!) And now I'm on The Bad Seed. Yep, that one, about the little girl who's a serial killer.
Hmmm,the fun reads I got recently are And One Last Thing... by Molly Harper and Deeply, Desperately by Heather Webber. I re-read Visions in Death by JD Robb.Finished Homeplace by JoAnn Ross and A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh.
I'm reading Shadow Chase by Seressia Glass. I enjoyed the first book and am looking forward to making the time to read this one. Hope to chat with you soon!
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