Showing posts from December, 2009

The Missing by Beverly Lewis

 Description: Twenty-one-year-old Grace Byler longs to find her missing mother and to uncover the secret that drove her to leave them three weeks before. Grace suspects the reason has to do with her father and his reserved, uncommunicative ways. This conviction led Grace to break off her betrothal to her quiet, staid beau, and she is now resigned to remain single. But when the young Amishman she thought was courting her best friend takes a sudden interest in her, Grace is befuddled and wonders if he can be trusted. "Englisher" Heather Lang has come to Amish country to relive fond memories of her mother and to contemplate a grave medical prognosis of her own. While in Bird-in-Hand, Heather meets Grace Byler and the two young women strike up a fast friendship, amazed by how well they click. Following the only clue they have, Grace and Heather travel together in hopes of finding Grace''s mother and bringing her home. Will they find what they''re looking for...or

2010 Chick Lit Challenge

The Chick Lit Challenge 2010 runs from January 1 - December 31st. The goal is to read at least 8 chick lit books during the year. Books can be listed ahead of time or as you go along. Books can also be used for multiple challenges. Here are my books: 1) Bridget Jones's Diary by Helen Fielding 2) The Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding 3) Size 12 is Not Fat by Meg Cabot 4) Size 14 is Also Not Fat by Meg Cabot 5) Big Boned by Meg Cabot 6) Watermelon by Marian Keyes 7) Learning Curves by Gemma Townley 8) The Devil Wears Prada by Laura Weisberger 9) A Weekend in Paris by Robyn Sisman 10) Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler

2010 reading resolutions

Here are my reading resolutions for 2010: • To spend more time at home reading. I spend way too much time online at home and need to spend less time online during the day and spend more time reading • To reduce my library collection and to either donate my books to a good cause or give them to somebody who would also appreciate them • To make an effort to read genres I haven't read or don't like reading. • To finish a book from my bookclub that I am not presenting and to finish a former selection of my book club. • To read at least 50 books and 15,000 pages during the year. • To reduce the number of books that I have out from libraries at any one time. Libraries are like my crack cocaine and I also seem to bite off more than I can chew. In other words I tend to borrow more books than I can possibly read at one time. I am possibly thinking of limiting myself to 10 books from my public library and about 3 or 4 books from my church library. • To read something li