Hello, there. How was your week? Ours has been busy and I am really happy because my best friend has been here visiting for the past few days. We have been friends since high school and although we live in different states now, I'm always so glad when we can fit a few days into our busy lives. This might help to explain why I am still reading the same book. It could also have something to do with the mountain of reviews I have to catch up on. Oops....
By Brian Jacques
Posts From This Week:
Review of The Imperfectionists
By Paul Auster
What are you reading this week?
Enjoy your friend. The reading and the reviews can wait!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kristen. I agree!Delete
Aww I wish I could visit with my BFF.. we are many miles apart unfortunately. Enjoy your time together! Here is my Monday post.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry you can't see your friend more often. We are having a great time!Delete
Enjoy your visit! It can be so hard to keep up with friends as life seems to take over. So, have a great time!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Jennifer. It's been a wonderful few days.Delete
If you ask me, having a high school BFF in town is a perfect reason to read a little slower. Is this your first time with Brian Jacques? I was obsessed with his books for most of middle school, and Martin the Warrior is the first book I can remember making me cry about a character. I've been thinking of rereading them sometime soon.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
It is my first time reading Jacques' books. It was actually a suggestion from the friend who is visiting!Delete
I hope you have an excellent week too. :)
I hope you and your friend share a fabulous time!ReplyDelete
Have a happy reading week!
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
Thank you Shellyrae!Delete
My oldest son LOVED the Redwall books - I think he read every one in the series at least 3 times.ReplyDelete
Glad you enjoyed your friend's visit - enjoy your books this week!
That's great to hear! I'm always excited to find a book I will be able to share with my son when he is older.Delete
Stopping by to look around...nice blog.ReplyDelete
Stop by if you like...giveaway of GIRL ON THE CLIFF.
Thank you, Elizabeth. I'm so glad you will be sticking around! :)Delete
Love love LOVE Paul Auster!!! Looking forward to your thoughts on In the Country of Last Things. I have it floating around on my shelves...somewhere. :)ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed Oracle Night. I think I am still processing my thoughts about In the Country of Last Things. It's interesting that Auster was thinking about a post-apocalyptic world years before it was popular, isn't it?Delete