Monday, August 17, 2009

Help I need a new book

I need a new book to read. I had a huge stack from the library but I read them all. I don't know what to read next but I don't want to get stuck and lose my momentum so has anyone read a book recently or forever ago that they just loved? I am dying for a new one. I just finished Northanger Abbey on Saturday and I loved it! The horror story part was kind of weird but the rest very Jane Austenesque. Anyway I really need a new book so suggestions please.

Miriam

8 comments:

Armchair Housewife said...

Hi there Miriam, thanks for following over at Armchair Housewife and consider yourself entered in the give-away for sure!

I recently read The Time Traveller's Wife and loved it. I couldn't put it down, and I laughed, cried, and loved the characters. And i'm not a big fiction reader, so for a book to really pull me in like that was exceptional.

Blessings!

laura said...

Have you Read "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"? I'm reading it right now and enjoying it so much. I NEVER take the time to read, but this book feels worth it.

MiriamR said...

thanks I put them both on hold at my library. Now i need to go get them and read them. Yay.

Armchair Housewife said...

Hey Miriam, I just wanted to stop by and lett yo know that according to my follower's list, you aren't a member of my blog yet. :( I'm happy to enter you in the give-away all the same, but in case you really want to be a follower of my blog and maybe you hit the follow button but it didn't "take", I thought I'd let you know. I wouldn't want you to miss winning if I wasn't in your blog roll. :)

Blessings, and let me know what you think of the Time Traveler's Wife once you've read it. :)

Armchair Housewife said...

Miriam, NEVERMIND!!! You Are a follower, I am sorry! So far every time I have had a new follower, it has shown at the top, but for some reason, your name sank all the way to the bottom, off the page. Weird. Anyway, never fear, you are following and entered, so if you win you'll see. Ok, now I feel silly!

Blessings!

Marianne@Songbirdisnesting said...

I really like the books by Marianne Frederikson. I think she is Swedisch. Especially the called Hanna's daughters. It is a book that came out in the late nineties but I read it over and over again.
Greetings, M

Sarah said...

Have you read The Hunger Games? Suzanne Collins.

meleofa said...

I loved Howl's Moving Castle. It's really different, but I read it last week and it is a new favorite. :)