Hey friends! Glad so many of you liked the some e-cards post yesterday. I’m going to star putting less effort into my posts 😉 Just kidding. But seriously…
The weather here is getting soo beautiful! It’s climbing into the 50s and 60s through the rest of the week. Wish I had more time to actually be outside and enjoy it! My office doesn’t even have windows. The main way I know what the weather is like outside, is because I have my gmail set to the “bus stop” theme, which changes based on your location’s weather. It’s pretty cute.
So normally I’m a HUGE bookworm. I was one of those kids that got all of the points possible for the summer reading program at the library (yeah I was also the kid that spent her summer doing the summer reading program at the library). But lately it is taking me FOREVER to finish a book! I am currently reading “Change of Heart” by Jodi Picoult and it has been taking me so long! I blame my busy life on not giving me enough time. Usually I try to read a little when I get into bed but I only last a couple of minutes before I start falling asleep. But so far it’s a good book! The story line is a little weird to explain but it’s interesting. I would recommend it 🙂
I am a huge murder mystery fan so I love, love Agatha Christie and Mary Higgins Clark books! They just keep me on the edge of my seat and then I think I figure out the end and then there’s a twist! A new development I never saw coming! Ah! It’s wonderful!
Lately I’ve noticed a lot of futuristic books coming out. A lot of dystopian societies (such as “The Hunger Games” series) and ones where all decisions are made for them (“Matched” and “Divergent”). They’re very entertaining and quick reads. But it also makes me very, very glad I live in a place where I get to make all my own decisions.
For work I’ll be reading “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind”, which will be a total 180 from the types of books I’m used to reading. I hear it’s good though, so I guess we’ll see! The author will be coming to speak at a convocation, which is always really fun. I like hearing the authors talk about their books. It makes them come alive a little more for me.
What kind of books do you like to read?
What is your favorite kind of weather? (dark, gloomy, and rainy for me!)