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August 03, 2009


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Thanks Kelly,

These are all good suggestions!! I sadly have no intellectual books to recommend. And I will even admit it was done intentionaly. For a couple of reasons. One is when we moved down here we gave our TV to the kids, telling eachother we'll buy a new one here. Well that was 3 year ago and we still haven't replaced it. So in the evening when people tend to watch their TVs we are reading. I have been reading my way through the mystery gendre. I think it's because it places no real demands on me and it's purely entertainment. 30 years of Behavioral Psychology and Nursing tends to burn a girl out. :) So I'm now working my way through Faye Kellerman's mysteries. Which by the way I can highly recommend. Although Snow Flower sounds quite interesting. I'll have to check our English Lang. library, they just might have a copy.

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.


I loved The Time Traveler's Wife! I read it a few years ago and really, really enjoyed it. I saw that it is coming out as a movie---I would almost be afraid to see what they do to it....

Guess that is why I don't go to the movies!

I enjoyed Peter Mayle's books about life in Provence and Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes. Along with not going to the movies, I also don't fly, so I love a good book about life in other countries.

Also like Anne Tyler, Elizabeth Berg and many others---there are HUGE stacks of books around my house. Once in awhile, I just like to read a good old chick-lit story---nice for relaxing with Kitty!

I post "Recent Reads" once in awhile on my blog---not book reports by any means---just a "I liked this or I didn't" type thing.

Always enjoy hearing what other people read---thanks for sharing!!

Laura Bray

I love Time Traveler's Wife-one of the most romantic books ever. And I have a long story about my husband and I and Gabriel Garcia Marquez-I'll tell you another day. I'm reading children's classics right now, like Peter Pan and Wizard of Oz and Mary Poppins-all very interesting to read as an adult!


I hope the movie of The time Traveller's Wife is good because I intend to see it. Right now I'm reading The Master of Desires by Judith Merkle Riley (fantabulous!), and The Italian Secretary by Caleb Carr (I haven't started it yet).

xxoo Colette

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