Thursday, June 21, 2007

Great Read

Okay, I must admit my addiction. I love reading. For the past several years, I have been very strict with reading habits, allowing only that reading associated with business. While I do like to devour those books, I had eliminated some of the fun.

I have given in to the craving!

I am reading fiction and I'm not on vacation.

I am remembering the wonderful pleasure of losing myself in a book, letting the hours just slip by.

I just finished The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. I could not put it down.

I will now atone for my sins, by finishing the last part of Scott Ginsberg's newest book, How to Make a Name for Yourself. Sorry, Scott that I allowed you to be set aside.

I'm leaving on vacation in less than two weeks to visit my friends, Marcia and Gary Housel. They live at Tingley Lake, just south of Binghamton, NY in Pennsylvania.

What books do you recommend I take with me for the reading marathon that Marcia and I will have?


Louise Kahle said...

Ha, I wish I could help! I'm like you, I have only read business related books for most of the last year and a half. I have been thinking about that lately. I have got to get back to a great novel. I really miss reading like that!

Michelle D said...

I am not an avid reader by any means ... however, I have all and fully love the books by Robert Fulgram ... the "everything I needed to know I learned in kindergarten" series. Every one of his books make me laugh out loud. And, they're a fast, easy, enjoyable read.

Angie Weid said...

I always take the latest edition of Cosomopolitian magazine. Great mindless reading.

Sandy of Sandy's Stuff for Women said...

I'm reading "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins - I think you'd love it, Debby.