Bookjourney over at One Persons Journey through a world of books is now hosting this event.
It’s been a long time since I’ve updated and I’m very behind. My reviews are slacking as well but I’m working to catch up. I have a bunch of library books coming due soon – mainly Nancy Drew – so I might be bulking up on some quick mysteries for a bit. Also, the newest Women’s Murder Club came out yesterday so I want to quickly catch up so I can read that and feel refreshed. And next week the newest Southern Vampire Mystery by Charlaine Harris will be arriving in stores. Can’t wait!
Read the Past Two Weeks:
- Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkien
- 4th of July by James Patterson
- In Odd We Trust by Dean Koontz
- Linchpin by Seth Godin
- Fish! By Stephen Lundin
Reading This Week:
- Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
- Rich Again by Anna Maxted
- 5th Horseman by James Patterson
- The Clue in the Diary by Carolyn Keene
Title: The Day I Shot Cupid
Author: Jennifer Love Hewitt
Finished: April 8, 2010
Format: First Edition
This was an amazingly funny book about dating, boys, girls, etc. It was such a fun and quick read that I would read it over and over in a heartbeat.
JLH does an amazing job of being herself and touching on all aspects of dating and relationships from her point of view and experience, bringing in expert friends to give their opinions, relating to both men and women, including fun dating steps, tips and stories.
Even if you’re not currently single it’s a fun read just for the laughs and stupid things people do to get attention in relationships. I originally borrowed for a friend but it has immediately went onto my MUST BUY list. I spent pretty much every page laughing for some reason or another.
challenges: april 12×12, four month challenge, countdown challenge, new author challenge, 100+ challenge, twentyten challenge, 1010 category challenge, romance reading challenge, pub challenge