Thursday, September 1, 2011

Weekend Reads

Omgosh, you guys are getting lucky tonight...  Two posts in one night... Here's whats on my list for weekend reads... I've started Supernaturally by Kiersten White. This is the second book - her first was Paranormalcy. Great series btw. 

Also on my reading list this weekend is Torrent by Lisa Tawn Bergren. It is from the River of Time series. Time travel YA romance at its best!!!  

So that's what I'm going to try to read this weekend. Drop me a line and let me know what your Weekend Reads are? Have a great weekend!!! Happy Memorial Day weekend everyone!!!! 

Must apologize!!!

When life gets in the way it seems that catching up is the hardest thing to do. I have been reading, but finding enough time to sit down and do a book blog has been a struggle. I love blogging - about Books, Crafts, and all sorts of different things.

 Breathe by Lisa Tawn Bergren Homeward Trilogy number 1. A great inspirational western about a young woman learning to breathe and fighting consumption (TB). Its about finding love and dealing with the loss of her mother and siblings to the same disease she's trying to beat. But not only is the story about her, its about her brother and his fight to step out of the shadows and limitations his father has set before him. Its about becoming his own "Man". Breathe is also about the youngest sister and her love for music - stepping onto the stage, dazzling the world and not letting any "Man" tell her she can't be who she wants to be. ♥♥♥♥ 

I'm reading The Noticer : sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective by Andy Andrews - this book is about Jones - an old fella who sees what others miss and how he helps others change their perspective. 

Here's the summary - In this blend of fiction, allegory, and inspiration, Andrews tells the story of Jones--a mysterious man who shows up when things look the darkest for the people of Orange Beach, Alabama, and whose unique gift of noticing things that others miss helps us understand why things happen and what we can do about it. ♥♥♥  -  Its a great book, sometimes hard to follow the thoughts of Jones. His advice is very useful though. Our lives do intersect and intertwine with others. We do make lasting impressions and ripples in the water of everyone we meet.