Thursday, May 31, 2012

Reading Time

Do you like to read?  I LOVE to read (always have), but I haven't read anything for awhile.  The last book I read was The Help by Kathryn Stockett, and I "borrowed" it from my daughter before she had to turn it into her school library!  LOL  =)

I'd really like to read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins before the movie comes out on DVD and Blu-ray.  I like to read the books first.  The books are always better anyway.  Wouldn't you agree?  


Yep, I think I'll go find the trilogy and get started this weekend.  

Is there anything on your summer reading list?  What's the most recent book you've read?  

7 comments :

Heather Everson said...

Beware, you're going to be super addicted!

Paige @ Little Nostalgia said...

YES! The Hunger Games are great! Prepare to read them all in a few days, because you won't want to put them down.

I'm actually wondering what my next book should be. I might delve back into the classics this year...

Amy said...

The books are always better! I've read The Hunger Games trilogy, and I thought they did a good job with the movie. Enjoy!

MulberryCreek said...

I love reading also! My last book was "A Secret Gift" by Ted Gup. Amazing story of people during the Great Depression. I am your newest follower....found you thru the Build Your Blog team on Etsy!! Happy reading.....Melissa

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AbsolutelyKismet said...

I've read the series, also - you won't regret it! They are amazing! Make sure you get all three, because when you finish one, you won't want to spend anytime getting to the next one :)

The Mommist said...

Love the Hunger Games trilogy! Not done with Mocking Jay yet. Just finished reading the Fifty Shades trilogy -- i know, right?! :)

I agree with Amy. Books are always better! No exception.

Just followed you on Google Friend Connect. Hope I get a follow back. Thank you! :)

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Sandy Weaver said...

A friend told me I will love the Hunger Games so I just bought it yesterday. I finished Marie Bostwick's "Ties That Bind". I thought it was an excellent book about what binds family and friends with a little quilting, of course.
I can't wait to hear your opinion on the Hunger Games.