Read So Far:
1. Lover Avenged by J. R. Ward
2. Witch Heart by Anya Bast
3. Witch Fury by Anya Bast
4. Resurrection (Wicked) by Debbie Viquie & Nancy Holder
5. Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb
6. Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb
7. Assassin’s Quest by Robin Hobb
8. Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
Lovely Bones was very good. Something I *needed* to read. I don’t think I could see the movie, because I really don’t think the could do the book justice and a few friends who HAVE seen it say it’s extremely disturbing.
I was reading it during breaks at work, but I’m glad I finished it at home, because I spent the latter portion of the book crying. If you’ve ever lost someone or are unsure what happens when you die, read the book. It’s actually very comforting in it’s sadness. I lost my father when I was young, and have spent a good part of my life either feeling like a piece of me is missing or angry that he left (like he had a choice!). The book allowed me to believe what I’ve always known, he’s always there when I need him to be, even if I can’t see him.
1. Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey
2. Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach
These two have to go back to the library, but will remain on the list until I’ve finished them completely (so they will be re-borrowed quite a few times).
I have no book in the queue right now. Maybe I’ll just hit my box of books and blindly grab one. Who knows. Books are my crack…it’s pathetic.
P.S. I stopped linking the titles to Amazon because it’s too much friggin work. If you’re interested in reading the book, you’ll have to look it up yourself.