... for the literate flightless marine bird.
Thanks, Jessica! I have a list, but I'm always adding to it...And I've only read 12 out of 50. *blush* I'm not very far.Though, technically, I did start in March. ;) So I am a few months behind anyway, lol. I'll just keep telling myself that! How are you doing on yours??
Can't go wrong with Martini's and Harry Connick, Jr.! ;)Happy VGNO! :)
Enjoy your movie and have a great VGNO!
You're so encouraging! I love it! I definitely love audiobooks, though I use them to read along (I've done that most of my way through Jane Eyre, because I love the accent and the sound of the French dialogue). It's a good idea to focus on smaller books during the school year, and yeah, I'll definitely get a lengthy winter break.Mayhaps I should shelve Echoe, at least (try to keep working on Bronte at night), and pick a shorter novel to read throughout the day. I'll definitely have to peruse my book shelf and Kindle app for the shorter ones. Thanks for the suggestion!And I loooove to read things with someone else. What's this Maguire book that's coming out? I'm unfamiliar with this author.Thanks again!
Stopping in from the VGNO to say "Hello". Have a great weekend. It sounds like you are off to a great start already.
*sigh* Thanks again. You've been great.I'll definitely keep my eyes opened for that one. I've found one book from my shelf that is less than 200 pages, lol. It's The Sign for Drowning, at about 180. I can do that, though. I know it's going to be interesting.And since I have to read it for class, I might as well count The Twisted Window by Lois Duncan, at about 180 pages, too. Now I feel better. ;)
Have a great time at your movie! Happy VGNO :)
First time doing VGNO and first time here. I really love the idea of challenging yourself to read like this. Your writing is really nice too, flows really well. Anyway, happy Friday!