Five Southern Writers Have Their Say
I read Julia Quinn's book - really liked it which is unusual for me and historicals. I am reading Pride and Prejudice again because I got if free on the I-Pad. I am in a phase right now of wanting to read all those things they made us read in Literature classes (which we hated at the time) because I don't remember them! Senility...
Hey Cheryl, I said to someoe=ne just the other day I was wantig to re-read Pride and Prejudice. I haven't read it in years and wondered if it was as good as I remembered it being Let me know what you think about it.
Cheryl--Not senility. We were assigned things we were not mature enough to read. I was an English major and had to reread many high school required readings. It was amazing the difference a few years made. Though I hated Moby Dick even in college. Maybe I should try now. Or not.
Moby Dick - maybe not... I am also going to reread A Tale of Two Cities, which I really, really hated. I guess you are right Pantster, we weren't old enough or mature enough to appreciate them. I am going to give it a try.
I just started Rogues, Riches and Retribution by Harry Taylor in between a few other books. Its not what I usually read, but it is a lot of fun. Very smart.
Katie-Thanks for sharing that. I love a smart book and even better if it is fun.I may have to check that out.
A simple CR called CRUSH ON YOU. Just finished it and it was cute. Now I am revising and getting ready to read a fellow writer's debut novel TEXAS TWO STEP. Excited!