Friday, September 3, 2010

15 to Finish the Year







Think I can get through all these by the end of the year? I think I can.

Also, tell me what you think about this: I was thinking about doing a giveaway. I don't have anything fancy or crafty to give you, but, I like books, and something tells me you do too. SO remember back a long time ago when I was giving a good friend a good book each month? well, It only lasted 3 months, and I can do better. But this time around, I was thinking that maybe if you followed my blog, or told a friend to follow, or something like that, I would pick one person each month, and buy them something off their Amazon wishlist. Would you be into that?

5 comments:

  1. I think it's an excellent idea. BUT I think you should just send them (us) (me) a book of your choice. Then we're getting a surprise picked by you. I would love that. And that way you could just pick it up cheap at Braun. ;)

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  2. I'm glad to see 'Gift from the Sea' on your list. I very much liked that book. I think it was written for women in a different time by a woman ahead of her time. My favorite quote from that book is "Good communication is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after. "

    'The Zen in the Art of Writing' is still by my bed. I need to get it back to you.

    I can see the value of your list and goals. I wished I did not have so many excuses. (they are never any good)

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  3. I am now following your blog. Now I will create a wishlist!

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  4. Fifteen books for the win! I cannot remember if I finished The Prestige or not for Todd's film + lit class. I remember it was very different from the film. Wuthering Heights is one of my favorite books EVER. (I've noticed that men tend to prefer Wuthering Heights while woman like Jane Eyre because we can never discuss the Brontes individually.) I will also be reading Rebecca for my genre class--we should discuss it eventually. I have the Sedaris book on CD; it is excellent especially when read aloud.

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  5. Have you never read Wuthering Heights? I'm curious as to what you'll think of it. Me? Love it.

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