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April 18, 2012


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I just finished "Half Broke Horses" by Jeannette Walls. It's a novelized memoir.

It depends on what you like, but "Hannah Coulter" by Wendell Berry is one of my favorite works of fiction.

Also reading "Somewhere More Holy" by Tony Woodlief.

Livin In Duckville

I am currently reading Catching Fire, the second in The Hunger Games Trilogy. It's not something that I usually read, but after having a gazillion people tell me they couldn't put it down, I caved. I can't put it down either.


Welcome Back!

I just finished Bloom by Kelle Hampton. It was an I LOVE. Right before that it was Stand by Me written by Neta Jackson. It, too, was an I love... a little predictable but it ties into her Yada Yada series and the House of Hope series that I adored so I loved it anyway. :o) I just purchased The Swan House. Can't wait to get started.



I find books by Diane Chamberlain very addictive. Being in England I only just discovered her, iBooks has finally caught up to her popularity in this country and so I have just spent a fortune buying her back catalogue...not that I have OCD or anything but when I find a new author I like I tend to have to read every book they have ever written.


I don't have any to recommend at the moment but I plan to check out some of the books you've read.

Tater Mama

I'm almost finished with The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. It is terrific, and -- except for Seabiscuit and Unbroken -- I usually steer away from nonfiction.

If I can just make it until summer is here, I'll be catching up with David Baldacci's new one.

So glad you're back!!


I just finished a three book series "Wings of Glory". Set in 1941-1944. Really enjoyed them. http://www.sarahsundin.com/books.html


So glaaaaad you're back! I'm reading Miss Read's short memoir of her grandparents, A Fortunate Grandchild, in the upstairs bathroom (hehe), Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill in the downstairs bathroom, C.S. Lewis' 2nd book in his sci-fi trilogy, Perelandra, kept in my purse, Treasure Island on my phone, and I'm starting a new book that my best friend sent me for my birthday, described as funny, touching and charming, The Welcome Committee of Butternut Creek, by Jane Myers Perrine (Christian fiction). Anything sound appealing to you? My reading taste is like my eating taste - I need lots of variety and nothing too drab (or sad or scary or melodramatic)!

RLR at Mom's Magic

We've been traveling, and I've not been blogging as much/looking at my reader lately. Those are the two reasons I've missed your recent posts until today. And now I'm the opposite of jetlegged, so I'm up waaay too late. And I'm so glad you're back! Lots of change here, too. But for now, I'll just tell you that I'm reading One Thousand Gifts with my book study group and Grace-Based Parenting (on my own). Next up is Don't Make Me Count to Three. Can you tell I'm feeling stretched as a parent right now? 5-year-old girl drama - whew!

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