I don’t know how things happened but for the first time in how many months, I’ve succumbed to my reading groove. My Goodreads account is finally moving. So how does a mom do that? I read during my break, when I put Maia to sleep, and yes I had to sacrifice an hour of sleep. No regrets, it’s worth it.
My recent ‘Read’ list: (Lately, I find YA novels engaging)
This is the first Levithan book that I read. I chose this because I got curious when it was reviewed on TV. I won’t give spoilers to those who haven’t read it, but I came to accept the ending.
Free to Fall
If you’re a dystopian book lover, add this to your list. I’ll rate it 4 stars.
Another dystopian book but I am optimistic until the ending. I am tempted to write the author about it. Haha!
If I Stay | Where She Went
Music. Love. Choice. Fate. That’s what I can describe both books. 5 stars!
The thing when you’re back to reading is you’ve got a thousand choices to choose from. Whoa! It’s just exciting how each book is imbued in your life and memory. I love this quote from George Martin: (Game of Thrones, A Dance with Dragons)
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”
What are your current book favorites and recommendations?
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Wow! That’s a nice list of good reads!I love reading too! I haven’t read any of the books you mentioned though. There are times when I can’t seem to immerse myself in certain book genres. I haven’t touched what used to be my favorite fiction book/romantic novels in months! Maybe its because I am into inspirational Christian books these days. I really find comfort reading them.:)
Any good Christian books you can suggest? 🙂
I’m on goodreads but this has yet to happen to me so congratulations to you! 😊 read on!
The Giver sounds interesting. I am also on Goodreads but I have to admit I always forget to login LOL.
Haha, it’s nice to organize your booklist thru Goodreads 🙂 May movie kasi The Giver kaya binasa ko na hihi
You will fit right in with Mommy Patricia of Mrs.C’s Sugarcoated life and Mommy Janice of The Rollercoaster Ride. 🙂 They’re both love reading the kind of books you enjoy and they’re both in Goodreads as well. To be honest, I never really understood how that works – do I get to borrow books? Cause I tried and I couldn’t. 😦
That Levithan book looks really interesting. Maybe I should look it up. 🙂
Thanks May, Goodreads make you organize your favorite books and get to read reviews. I don’t think you can borrow though 😦
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ooooh okay. I didn’t understand that the first time, haha. thanks for clearing it up. 🙂
It’s ok, hehe. And see you at the Blogapalooza, first time ko attend ng mga event so shy pa ako hihi.