This selection comes from Tallaght and Ballyroan libraries, both in county Dublin. As you’ll notice, there is some more fiction in there than usual:
Mindfulness For Life – Stephen McKenzie & Craig Hassed
The Moon And More – Sarah Dessen (I have read most of her books, but not this one)
Hopeless – Colleen Hoover
Abandon – Meg Cabot
Mindwalker – A.J. Steiger
Lament – Maggie Stiefvater
Let It Snow – Debbie Macomber
The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook – Ina Garten
Can’t wait to dive in! I’m currently reading Uglies by Scott Westerfield, and I think I will read the rest of that series too.
This time my selection of books is from Fingal library in Blanchardstown in Dublin:
The Feel The Fear Guide To Lasting Love – Susan Jeffers
Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office – Lois P Frankel
Outcast Of Redwall – Brian Jacques
Waiting For The Sun – Barney Hoskyns
Angel Dust – Sarah Mussi
Divergent – Victoria Roth
The Art Of Happiness – The Dalai Lama
Vanishing Girls – Lauren Oliver
Emotional Intelligence – Gill Hasson
She-Bop: The Definitive History Of Women In Rock, Pop & Soul – Lucy O’Brien
The Art Of Baking Blind – Sarah Vaughan
Guns N Roses: The Band That Time Forgot – Paul Stenning
Keith Richards On Keith Richards: Interviews & Encounters – ed by Sean Egan
Once again I found a few that I had been looking for for quite a while!
Ever have the feeling of being so drained your eyes and brain seem to glaze over? I think I’m getting to that point now. Pushing myself to finish the last two big assignments due before the Christmas break is taking its toll. At this point all I want to do is hibernate and read books……lots of them! I’ll read pretty much anything, from classics to chick lit to fantasy and non-fiction such as cookbooks and self-help and biographies. This love of books was instilled in me thanks to my parents, who are both librarians. When I was younger, I read non-fiction pretty much non-stop. Now I try to read an even split between fiction and non-fiction.
Goodreads is very helpful for us bookworms. This is an American site founded in 2006. It allows you to create virtual bookshelves and track what you are reading, the number of books you have read and the number of books you want to read – all under one virtual roof. No more handwritten lists of must-read books, which you’re always losing (oh, the frustration!); Goodreads takes care of it! If you have a book which is not in their database you can add it too. I can read several books in a week if I don’t have anything more pressing to do. The longest time I have ever taken to read a book is two weeks (it was Gone With The Wind). Of course this depends on the book’s length, but like I said, I’ll read anything!