Living in Fast Forward & Attempting to Slow Way Down Wednesday, Dec 15 2010 

Hello Readers,

So, no book review today or anytime in the next day or so. I admit, I’ve been reading a couple books. I just could not get into them; I will not be continuing to read the Vampire Kisses series, I just can’t do it. I’m not saying they are terrible books, I just can’t get into them.  Like I’ve said in previous entries, that particular series is for younger teens. I wish you the best of luck. 🙂 Now that I have said this, let’s move on.

A couple things on the agenda and possibly worth mention:

Finals are over. I am so happy. Yet sad. Truthfully, people can tell me all the time to get a life–but more often than not, my life is  divided between the notebook paper and the glossy sheets in my textbooks. I’m not really sure how to cope with relaxation and nothing to do but sit. I know, I know. But I thrive under pressure–it just works for me. Anyway, Fall semester has ended and school is out for a month-ish. I don’t want to think about my spring semester yet, not yet, not yet. I don’t know who I’m trying to kid… I need the break as much as the next person. I’m tired in more than one way–knowing I’m too young to feel this damn old… I think I will pick up a new book.

Speaking of new books, guess what is happening?  Angelology by Danielle Trussoni has finally made its way to my library. I’ve been waiting since May–that takes dedication people! So… during Christmas break, methinks I will read a couple good books. Unfortuntely for you… or maybe just me, there won’t be any new posts until the new year. Or at least I don’t think there will be. Being in a place with no internet has its perks. Actually, quick update, not only is Trussoni’s novel in, but so is

November’s Very Late Top 10 Saturday, Dec 4 2010 

Oh my! It never occurred to me that I was missing a list for November. Sad day. Well, I’m going to fix this issue right now! 🙂 I hope that all is well with you. See a complete list here. Without further ado, what should have been posted much earlier:

Hardcover Nonfiction:
1. Decision Points by George W. Bush
2. Life by Keith Richards with James Fox

Hardcover Fiction:
1. Hell’s Corner by David Baldacci
2. Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King

Paperback Trade Fiction:
1. Happy Ever After by Nora Roberts
2. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

Paperback Mass-Market Fiction:
1. The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
2.  The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

Paperback Nonfiction:
1. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
2. Inside of a Dog by Alexandra Horowitz

In the hopes of this delayed and/or forgotten monthly post never being delayed and/or forgotten again, I wish you: Happy Reading!