Wednesday, February 25, 2009

In A Bind...Need Help

I am going to take a little time off from knitting seeing as my carpal tunnel is driving me crazy lately, as such I'm going to read. My dilemma is that I'm sort of stuck as to what to read. I hereby ask you, loyal bloggers, to help. Please suggest something for me to read. I will read almost anything fiction. I don't care for non-fiction being as I don't care to find out exactly how depraved and screwed up real people are. I'm pretty sure I already know... So leave me a comment and I'll see what I've already read, and will read those I haven't....


Rory, Katie and Norah said...

I know it sounds lame, but the Twilight saga is AMAZING!! Also,Bruchko is wonderful. Happy reading!

kellie said...

How about read my mind! hehe


Laughing Orca Ranch said...

"Life of Pi"

Twisted...and very deep. Makes you think. Veru talented writer....makes for a page turner book.

Have fun can always read blogs. hehe


colleen said...

Katie: I have already read the Twilight Series twice, but will check into the other.

Dar: you are thinking of my cooking this weekend.

Lisa: I will look for the other book and keep reading blog after blog..

Thank you ladies!

jeff@sally said...

Hmmm. My 10 year old son loves the Warrior series (about cats) by Erin Hunter. I have read them right along with him.

Some other books I have enjoyed are
The Left Behind Series and any book by Robbin Cook (Author of Coma). The Robbin Cook books are medical mysteries/thrillers and since I am a nurse they are right up my ally. :) I also love the book "The Hiding Place" even though it is true. It is very inspirational during a horrible time in history.
I don't get much time to read these days so I don't have a lot of new books on my list.

barrel_racer_82 said...

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon! They are wonderful. There are six out so far and they are all several inches thick. Jamie and Claire (main characters) will keep you well occupied!

tolleykatz said...

Deep End of the Ocean
The Three Miss Margarets
The Secret Life of Bee's

Sara (kellies friend from work!)

DesertHen said...

Flirting with Forty, by Jane Porter! I loved that book!!

Anything by Barbara Delinsky is good and also Elizabeth Adler.