5.16.2012

Photo a Day May: Day 16 {What You're Reading}


So, I'm what's known as a serial book-starter. Over the past 6 months or so, I have started reading all the books you see here. I think a lot of it has to do with my being someone who acts on her emotions, meaning I pick up different books depending on what I'm in the mood to read. In fact, the last books I read through all the way were the three in The Hunger Games trilogy (and just in case you're wondering, Team Peeta all the way over here). Have any of you read these books?

5 comments:

  1. That's funny...I started reading "I don't know how she does it" by Allison Pearson a few months ago but can't seem to find the time to finish it. I'm less than half way finished. I think since having my son almost 5 years ago, I don't seem to have the same attention span I had before. I can do magazine articles and short blog entries but that's about it. How sad...anyway hopefully I'll finish the book someday.

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  2. I've read Gone With the Wind a couple of times and Anne of Green Gables two or three times. I want to read Bossypants. I love Tina Fey. The Hunger Games is the first book I've read all the way through in a while and I need to read the other two.

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  3. One of my goals in life is to read the entire 'Gone With the Wind.' I always start a book and make myself finish it so I can start a new one, many times I end up racing thru a book just for the excitement of beginning a new one.

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  4. Molly Styles5/19/12, 12:11 AM

    First of all, Anne of Green Gable is probably my favorite book of all-time. Love Anne. Love Diana. Love them.

    Anyway, read Bossypants. Loved it. Tina Fey is just the best.

    And I may have told you about how much I loved The Happiness Project. I read it twice back to back. It's one of those books that I have highlighted and post-it-ed (new verb!) different sections of... It made a huge impact on me.

    I love this! Not as much as I love you, though...

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  5. I read Anne of Green Gables as a kid, that's a book I'd quite like to reread!

    And Animal, Vegetable, Mineral... so inspirational. To be able to live completely self-sufficiently, almost unimaginable!

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