Thursday, June 11, 2015

My Favorite Books of All Time

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No matter what season of life I'm in I can always count on these books to get me through.  I love each and every one of these novels, all for different reasons but whenever I think about them, I always smile.  They conjure up all the emotions and bring me back to the first time I ever read them (or reread them), where I was, who I was with at the time, how old I was and sometimes how old it made me feel.  Books truly are old friends.
My Favorite Books of All Time

My Favorite Books of All Time by work-it-mommy 



My favorite authors are:

and though only one Wharton novel is represented and no Grafton or Hoffman I love ALL their collected works.  

But, I will read anything because losing yourself in a book is the best use of free time, in my opinion.
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Do you recommend any good reads?  I'm always on the lookout!


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7 comments:

  1. I haven't read any of these but I am excited to try some of them out! I hate the feeling you get when you finish a really good book! It's like apart of your life is over! Lol!

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    1. You totally get it Kasey! I hope you find some new favorites!

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  2. I picked up Practical Magic the last time I was at the library! I love all things Austen. Have you seen/read any of the Austen Project books? They are modernizing and retelling each of her works, each one is a different author. The first three are out. Sense and Sensibility, Northanger Abbey, and the newest is Emma..I think. I read Sense and Sensibility and I am on Northanger Abbey now. They are like the same main plot points and the same characters but brought to present. I'm enjoying them! Northanger Abbey has been more entertaining than S&S so far. But I hadn't read Northanger Abbey in a looong time so I don't remember as much of it. But S&S I've read more than once and recently so it wasn't as new. Anyways you might want to check them out!

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  3. You are quite the reader… I read some of these books in my high school lit class. My reading list would make you cringe-hahah!

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  4. Chasing Redbird and Pride and Prejudice are two of my very favorites!!
    What a great list!
    Thanks for linking up, Whitney!!

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  5. I LOVE Anne of Green Gables. I'm considering passing it on to my 8 year old. After she reads it, we'll watch the movie together!

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    1. I LOVE the movies, too! One of the best adaptations in my opinion! I can't wait to read and watch with my girls also :)

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