Well, clearly this is my favorite post because its seriously the only thing I can be consistent about right now. I keep telling myself that this is one of the busiest seasons in my life right now. With three kids, 6,4 and 1…well, there really isn’t too much explaining that needs to be done. Throw in moving in January and a military hubby its a recipe for craziness. So, again I will say I promise to be better. I know that this blog is mostly for me…I mean, you always hope that your blog means something, that people think it IS something, but you never know how many of those people really read your stuff all the time. One can only hope right?
But, enough of the yammering and the blah blah. time for the good stuff! I can’t wait to see who links up this week and discover some new blogs!!!
1. What is your favorite childhood book?
I remember loving The Bobbsey Twins, especially The Bobbsey Twins Adventure in Washington, which I might have to pull out and read because I live here now. I also read a lot of Nancy Drew and Anne of Green Gables, and the whole series. the Mandie books, are a Christian series that were really great too.
well if you are a stranger to my blog then you won’t know this…but if you aren’t one, you know that I’m a crazy book reader! find me on Goodreads!! I love reading and I review a lot of books. I’ve actually been reading a lot of Military Romance books. Crazy right? Romance has never really interested me and frankly I had no clue what they were about. I was always picturing Fabio and what not. But, while some of them are like that, many of them are exactly what they are called, Romance! They really are all about the romance and not the other stuff. Throw in a uniform and I’m such a succor for it. My fav so far has got to be Navy Rules. Check out Geri’s site, and be on the look out for some upcoming reviews!
Well, that’s the easiest question ever…probably some Jane Austen…almost any of them really…Persuasion or Sense and Senseability are my favorite. I love me some Austen.
5. What is your favorite book turned movie?
so I”m sure you’re going to be sensing a pattern. there are so many good books that became movies! Pride and Prejudice (the BBC one with colin firth and not that skinny twig Keira Knightly – yes I’m an Austen snob), but John Grisham’s, The Pelican Brief…excellent book..excellent movie Robert Graysmith’s, Zodiac…and I’m most excited for Cross by James Patterson. His first movies from the books Along Came a spider and Kiss the Girl, were terribly cast and so farrrrr from the book it made me want to spit and I totally fast-forward through most of them. Drove the hubbs crazy!