And we’re back! This week its all about the TOP BOOKS YOU WANT TO READ AND DON’T YET OWN! I have QUITE an interesting mixture of genres on my list, but nonetheless I want to read them all! Let’s get to it.
Okay, so if you follow me on Twitter you likely know I just purchased a Macbook Air 13“. You ALSO probably know that ten months ago I bought a Surface 2, and before that I had a Nook HD. Where are the previous two devices? Gone? What happened? ME. I HAPPENED. Let’s talk it out.
Up this time..
So, in the past few months I have DEVOURED three of Sarah Addison Allen’s novels. I then picked up a fourth, and Hannah gifted me one as well. I think its safe to say I’m hooked. But now I’m going to explain why, and tell you about the two I HAVE read!
This week we’re chatting: Time management and life organization.
Is this blogging related may be your first question, and the answer is partially. Its more of a life revamp plan I have going on which was set forth by some job related things, but put into overdrive when Hannah showed me her new planner and I HAD TO HAVE IT. It was pricey, but for reorganizing your life, is there a price point? I don’t think so. Anyway, as mentioned in a previous post, I am currently OBSESSING over anything Emily Ley makes, and if you follow me on Instagram you can see some of my recent purchases.
1-Me Before You AND One Plus One By JoJo Moyes
2- Nowhere But Home by Liza Palmer
The SOUTH, LOVE, FAMILY, and FOOD. [Review]
3- The Green Mile by Stephen King
A POV we never see in literature, a story of inmates on Death Row!
4- The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
The best story of LOVE there is. A DOG’s LOVE for its OWNER.
5- Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt
Life for a gay man in the 80′s, through a 15 year olds eyes. [Review]
6- Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson
Patterson is a beautiful writer when it comes to love, not only murder.
7- The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
THIS story, so unexpected, but so eye opening and wonderful. Just give it a try!
8- To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
My favorite classic, HANDS down.
9- Attachments by Rainbow Rowel
Rowell rocks it with this friendship story told mostly through emails! [Review]
10- One Good Hustle by Billie Livingston
I ADORED this story- young girl; her parents did wrong by her and she tries to make it on her own. [Review]