Monday, May 16, 2011

#592 - currently reading

I love getting an email from our local library saying a book I have put on hold is ready for me to pick up.

Here are some of the ones I am currently reading, which is also helping towards my goal of reading 24 books this year.

Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook - I might buy this one someday, but for now it is just fun to look through.

Martha Stewart's Cooking School - Can't wait to dive into this one.

The Creative Family - Love the writing on this's from SouleMama (I just discovered her blog about 2 weeks ago)

I've also finished about 8 other books that I need to blog about someday soon.

Do you have any good books that I can add to my list?


Unknown said...

I bet it will be fun to peruse those books!

Maritime Girl said...

I am glad you love to read so much. It is a wonderful gift that lets you
explore the world without leaving your own home! Love ya.

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

I love the Martha S books but they are so expensive, that's why I love the library!

Brandon and Lindsay said...

I might have to check those out myself. A friend of mine recently invited me to join a site called Good, where you can review books you've read and look at others' favorite (and not so favorite) books. I confess I haven't done much with it yet, but I think when I sit down and spend some time there I will really like it. If you want I can send you an invite to join.
Oh, and the last great book I read is one of your Mom's, who loaned it to Rachael, who loaned it to me: In Harm's Way. Can't remember the author, but it is about the sinking of a ship in WWII. True story, very gripping. I give it two thumbs up!

tvmom said...

Mo Pie - let me know if you read any of them!

Mom - yes, reading is a joy!

Dee-Dee - yes, way too expensive, that's why I can only afford them at the library...wish they were less expensive.

Lindsay - i've heard of goodreads, but haven't joined yet. Pepe read the Harm's Way book and loved it...I'll have to try it.

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