Monday, May 19, 2008

?? Which One ~ Which One ??

Do you enjoy reading? I love to read and for Mother's Day I received two books I've been wanting to read. Twenty Wishes, the next book in the Blossom Street series and The Quickie. I love the Blossom Street books and Carolyn (my SIL)had read the James Patterson book and said it was so good she couldn't put it down. Now here is my dilemma..... Friday, I was ready to start a new book.....but which one. Which one, which one? So the only logical thing to do was have a drawing.......
Both titles into the basket........choose one. Looks like I'll be reading...
James Patterson's , The Quickie. Well I must tell you as I said, I was ready for a new read on Friday and I've already finished this book. Yes indeede. It was an easy read and I liked it.....now I'm on to Twenty Wishes, actually I've read a few pages and I'm already loving the characters.

What are you reading? If you are looking for a good book let me suggest this series....The Shop On Blossom Street is the first book....I don't think you will be disappointed.

Must go now.....tonight is our stitch a long and I'm itchin to stitch. Good news, we all finished our homework. Until we chat again, treat yourself like you would your best friend...Hugs, Linda

22 comments:

Lib said...

Hi,
I Love your header,Its so pretty!
Trying to catch up I got soooo far behind blogging.
Hope you're having a great wk.
Blessins',Lib

Dona said...

Love Patterson. Nothing better than a good who done-it. He writes the best. Let me know if it was good.


Dona

Kathleen from Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Hi, I just discovered Debbie McComber a few months ago and also love the Blossom Street books. I also love her inspirational book, Knit Together. Wonderful! Blessings, Kathleen

Diana Lyn said...

Good morning Linda,
You will have to tell us how the next book is! I am writing it down! Have a wonderful day ! Diana Lyn thanks for sharing!

Mermaid Queen said...

Thanks for the book suggestions Linda. I've been looking for one to read. Take care, Martha

Miss Jean said...

Right now I'm reading the second Blossom Street book. I just love Debbie Macomber!!! She's a big favorite of mine. My other favorite is Susan Wiggs. Check out her books if you haven't.....

Sharon said...

I'm not a reader! Well, I read lots of magazines, articals, my Bible, devotional books and the newspaper, but I don't read novels for pleasure. I always want to, but I don't have the time. By the time it's bedtime, I go right to sleep. Maybe this summer I'll pick something up!

Hugs, Sharon

Rosemary said...

I would have read James Patterson first. Love those.
I am reading French by Heart,by Rebecca Ramsey, a fellow blogger.
It's about her and her family living in France for 4 years. It's very entertaining.
Rosemary

Vintage Tea said...

I love reading too!

I'm going to look into those Blossom Street books!

Victoria x

Back Through Time said...

I love the Blossom street books, at least the 1st two. Cute idea to do a drawing!
Thanks for being such a sweet friend:-)
Enjoy your book!
Michelle

Jackie said...

Linda, thanks for the recommendations on the books. I am putting in an order at our library.

God bless.

Alison Boon said...

I love Debbie Macromber. Especially The Shop on Blossom Street. Twenty wishes I haven't read so let me know if you enjoy it.

Nancy said...

I try to read all the Debbie Macomber books but didn't get this one yet. I picked up five books at flee market last weekend. I don't like flee market books, but these were just like new. I never read a James Patterson, I might look for this one. I got a Nora Roberts for Mothers Day. Happy reading.
Nancy

Country Cottage Chic said...

I love to read & do enjoy seeing other people's recommendations too. I have a growing pile on my bedside cupboard!

Michelle said...

Hi Linda ~ I'd probably read James Patterson first..

I'm almost done with a crime novel and then who knows..

Michelle

PEA said...

Hello dear Linda,

I'm back from my trip and trying to catch up with everyone now:-) I so enjoyed reading your last few posts...omigosh, I must try those cookies, they look and sound so delish AND very easy to make.

Glad to see you've been enjoying some good books! I haven't read a book in so long, just never seem to have the time anymore. Maybe if I spent less time at the computer? lol Another blogging friend mentioned having received "The Quickie" for her birthday and she really enjoyed it too.

Take good care:-) xoxo

Joy said...

Hi there, I read The Quickie but have not read the Macomber book yet. I am reading Blessings by Anna
Quindlen.

violetlady said...

I am usually working on a few books at a time, but there is always one I am reading intensely.

Denise said...

What is your stitch a long ? I am very curious...... and I love to read and have promised myself that starting this summer I am going to make time to read...... I have many many books and need to take the time.. mabye I will give them away after I finish them.......

Hugs....

Diana Lyn said...

Hello Linda, I went out and got the first and second books by Debbie Macomber and I am starting them today, I need a good read! Stop by when You can! Big Hugs Diana Lyn

ginger at enchanting cottage said...

Hello,
Enjoy your book, I wish I had more time to read. I guess I choose to blog but I wish I could do both, and work, and work in my garden, and be a wife, and be a grandma.
Well someday I will do both.
ENJOY!
ginger

Priscilla said...

Hi Linda, I too sometimes have a dilema as to which to read, I think a drawing is such a good idea! The blossom books sound good 'I am' going to read them soon! I am still waiting for my book from the libary, i ve never read patterson, you finished it quick! ill have to look them up.

Priscilla x