Thursday, June 28, 2012

Four (?!?!?!?!?) Books

Seriously. There are billions of books out there. I am never without one I'm reading. I don't let a week go by without at least one trip to the library. And I have a personal library of over a thousand.

And I'm supposed to choose four?!?!?

Okay...just randomly.

Nancy Drew - Doesn't matter which one. This series got me hooked on reading when I was a kid. I craved them. Couldn't wait to go back for more. And I still read them.

Mariah by Sandra Canfield - This is a Harlequin Superromance from the 80s. It is hands-down my all-time favorite category romance ever. My copy is so tattered and torn it's falling apart. There are three other books in the Calloway Corners series...each is about a different sister. Those are good, but Mariah is a standout.

The Twilight series - I've read it over a dozen times. I am one of 'those' fans. I absolutely cannot live without Edward.

Gone With the Wind - What can I say? Rhett is the ultimate anti-hero. What's not to love?

Until next time,

Happy Reading!



  1. The Harlequin Superromance intriguew me. What do you love about that book?

  2. On your receommendation, I've just ordered Mariah from Amazon, Debra!
    I've never read any Nancy Drew, for me it was Enid Blyton's school and adventure stories that I devoued as a child.

  3. Okay, what's Mariah about? And I love Gone With the Wind. I had a ton of Nancy Drews when I was younger too. Um, do you notice that none of us listed our own books?

  4. LOL, Jen, I did think of including my very first book (from 1968) if only to remind myself of how my style, characters, dialogue etc etc have all improved since then!

  5. I'd love to read your first book, Paula! I've read one o Debra's. Jen, I need to read one of yours. Got one in print form? I don't have a Kindle or Nook yet.

  6. I'm relieved to say my first book is no longer in print, Ana!

  7. Sorry ladies, I was out of town and didn't get back on-line until today (Monday).

    "Mariah" is about a travel-the-world girl who returns to her hometown for her daddy's funeral and falls for the unconventional preacher there. It's emotional and it's sexy and it's got a few surprises.

    I hope you like it Paula.