Wednesday, September 20

Another edited post...

Yikes, I haven't finished a book in days and now have 4 going at the same time, I wont bore you with the sad details.

I've got my first "Parent Guild" meeting tonight, have no idea what's in store. I wont be getting any reading done tonight--Project Runway is on tonight and that's my little TV guilty pleasure. Project Runway was a repeat, so I watched Kidnapped on NBC instead, it was pretty good.

Well, it turns out the Parent Guild is all about fundraising and giving the kids a well rounded education, sponsoring events similar to public school... dances, school parties, camp programs etc.

Have a great day and someone please read something wonderful.


CindyS said...

Congrats on 500 posts though!! That's a happy thought ;)

At least you are picking up books but I'm afraid right now. Bob's home for the next 4 days so I don't think I'll get much reading done now. Probably a good time to take a break.


Devonna said...

Well, after two books that I wasn't overly impressed with, I picked up Savannah Breeze by Mary Kay Andrews. I'm just starting it, but I'm enjoying it so far. (Knock on wood)

Jenster said...

You know, there was a time when I would put everything aside and just sit and read all day. Sure it cheesed off the family because nothing was getting done, but it was a happy time for me. Something about my last year's "trauma" or whatever has made me more responsible or something. I don't know. All I do know is that I don't like it! I average about 1.5 books a week now. Pffftt!!

I'm reading "The Devil's Delilah" by Loretta Chase. It's a 1989 book that's been republished with it's prequel (sort of), the 1988 "Viscount Vagabond".

I enjoyed V V, but it didn't do for me what her Carsington series did. I'm enjoying TDD a little bit more, but it's still obvious one of her earlier works.

I've been collecting the republished series with "Lord of Scoundrels" and am looking forward to that one.


Rosie said...

I go through periods where everything I pick up just doesn't do anything for me. When that happens I know I need a reading break and I entertain myself with other stuff for a few days...a week even. Usually when I go back to the TBR I'm more in the mood to read.

Kimber said...

I'm reading Mr. Impossible, by Loretta Chase, and thoroughly enjoying it. Lord of Scoundrels is awesome, by the way.

I aspire to her greatness as a writer

Tara Marie said...

Cindy, Bob's home for the next 4 days... I love my husband, but when he's home he totally disrupts the daily routine.

Devonna, I've never read Mary Kay Andrews, I'll look for your review.

Jen, I'm not surprised that things changed after you're "trauma", and I'd love to put everything aside and have an all day readathon, not going to happen. LOS is good, but I'm not so sure it's as great as some like everyone to believe. Honestly, I thing Mr. Impossible is my favorite of her books.

Rosie, a reading break is probably what I need, maybe I should pick up some puzzle books, but I really want to be reading instead.

Kimber, Like I told Jen, Mr. Impossible is my favorite Chase, Lord of Scoundrels is good, but there's just something about Rupert that I love.