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]
Have you ever heard of supernovas? They shine brighter than anything else in the sky and then fade out really quickly, a short burst of extraordinary energy. I like to think you and Ben were like that . . . in that short time, you had more passion than some people have in a lifetime. Elsie Porter is an average twentysomething and yet what happens to her is anything but ordinary. On a rainy New Year’s Day, she heads out to pick up a pizza for one. She isn’t expecting to see anyone else in the shop, much less the adorable and charming Ben Ross. Their chemistry is instant and electric. Ben cannot even wait twenty-four hours before asking to see her again. Within weeks, the two are head over heels in love. By May, they’ve eloped.
Only nine days later, Ben is out riding his bike when he is hit by a truck and killed on impact. Elsie hears the sirens outside her apartment, but by the time she gets downstairs, he has already been whisked off to the emergency room. At the hospital, she must face Susan, the mother-in-law she has never met and who doesn’t even know Elsie exists.