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October 21, 2010

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Just did a post on books I recently have liked. I'm going to have to look this up at our library. I'm always looking for a good book recommendation!

Oh awesome! I need some new books to read and you always have great taste in books!

You should look into reading "The Monsters of Templeton" (novel) or "Delicate, Edible Birds" (collection of short stories) by Lauren Groff. They are both absolutely amazing!
And "84, Charring Cross Road" by Helene Hanff is a pretty sweet book as well.

Wow these books look like exactly what I was looking for - thank you!! I'm excited to read!

I just recently read a Marian Keyes book called "Anybody Out There"-I thought it was funny and a little sad. And "My Name is Memory" by Ann Brashares was good too.

These books are definitely going on my 'to-read' list!
I've been reading "Radical Hospitality" by Daniel Homan and Lorri Pitt (it's about how to have a hospitable presence wherever you are and whomever you are with-very interesting!) and I'm re-reading the "Anna of Green Gables" series. So beautiful and descriptive! And tell me, how can you not love Gilbert Blythe??? :)

Love Alexander McCall Smith, especially his series "The No1 Ladies Detective Agency". I am from South Africa, now living in Aus, so that series warms my heart because it reminds me of home..
xx

I LOVE your book posts! Thanks for the ideas! I commute about 40 each day to my 6th grade teacher job and listen to young adult audiobooks on the way, killing two birds with one stone. I'm an audiobook fan.

I'm always looking for new books to read, so I was so happy to see that you had a book post! I've recently read, "The Happiness Advantage," by Shawn Achor. It's not a story, but a "better your life," type of book, but is extremely interesting. I love books that help me better myself, and that's probably why I enjoyed it so much.

No judgement here. Audio books are the bomb ;) May I recommend the Help by Kathryn Stockett. You can find it in hardcover or on audio. Definetely worth a listen (or the read). Let me know what you think. And keep up the good work on the blog, I don't always comment, but know I'm always reading.

not judging, just loving.

I walked half an hour, went to the hospital to see dentist change practice. I don't know he is a branch to work today, also don't know him not to work today. When that registers, he met his teacher hoardings and the daughter, go through the hall outside, then waved goodbye. Turned round, he saw me, and was to smile. I was very calm, consumedly square smile at him: "hey, your new girlfriend very beautiful."

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