What are you reading in December 2014?
I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma ~ Eartha Kitt.
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It's summer here and Christmas is coming so around this time I tend to favour books about Christmas and light holiday reads.
What are you reading at the moment? Would you recommend it?
I'm partway through several books at once. "I'm Dreaming of an Undead Christmas" by Molly Harper (a paranormal romance/comedy) and Everyday Sexism by Laura Bates (based on the blog of the same name, it's about the sexism women face every day). I'm also listening to the audio book versions of All Things Bright and Beautiful by James Herriot (about the life and times of a country vet) and An Atheist's Guide to Christmas.
Oops, and I meant to add that I'd recommend all of them.
I think I'm still reading the same things I was when I answered a similar question a month ago LOL Although I did get Dave to download "The Hogfather" by Terry Pratchett as my "Christmas" read - hoping that I can read it in time to submit a review of it for the competition! I'm onto the third Odd Thomas book as well so I'm hoping I'll have another couple of book reviews up this month.
I'm reading Dark Places by Gillian Flynn, the same novelist behind Gone Girl. I love d Gone girl before to became a movie (and loved the film too) I'm keen to read this one as it looks like it's going to be a film as well. By the way, it's pretty good too!
Wow, you both are reading so much. I've got only 'Growing Great Boys' by
Ian Grant and Margaret Atwood's 'The Year of the Flood', which is part of the Maddaddam Trilogy.
Im reading the Oz series of stories, and the Making of Snow White.
Who cares? It's MAY 2016 now!
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