December 23, 2009

Okay, I Need a Book.

Photo courtesy of Apartment Therapy. This may be a Rhode Island library, but shoot, I'll take apartment suggestions like this.

During the academic year, my nose alternately pressed between my Stokstad Art History, 3rd Edition textbook and some enlightening political science philosophy book.

Now. I. Need. Escapism.

Perk of Christmas break #287: Reading time. I adore learning, and I'll basically read anything you throw at me: a dusty classic, fluffy chick-lit, biographies, and books about theology. My interests run the gamut...

Here's what is on my list so far this break:

Aight, let's talk... What are you reading/hope to tackle soon? Would you mind adding some more to my list?

p.s. Have you seen this site? (I don't believe it merits much of a description, ha.)


  1. My 2010 goal is to read Gone with the Wind...but in terms of a recommendation my all time favorite book is Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer. Enjoy!

  2. i loved the glass castle! dan brown's new books the lost symbol is excellent. it's kind of summer-y but so so good - the last summer by ann brashares.

  3. I haven't heard of Michelle Malkin's book... I'm going to have to check it out! :) Merry Christmas and happy reading!

  4. Ohh, I'd love to read Michelle Malkin's book! Her blog is one of my favorites. Right now I'm working my way through Atlas Shrugged.

  5. South of Broad is on my own list as well. Right now I am reading Nanny Returns. And I'd recommend anything by Mitch Albom!

  6. Eric just started Atlas Shrugged as well. If you haven't read the Twilight series I really would. I thought it was really overrated until I gave it a chance and now I'm in love. I just started The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks and am about 1/4 way into it and really like it.

  7. Oh my goodness, I love the website. I adore books, but find myself re-reading books far too frequently. Thank you! (:

  8. I'm plowing through Joe Scarborough's book "The Last Best Hope" and his framework for conservative America. He tackles the issues one by one that are easily digestible and interesting to read from the war to the economy to social issues.

    Check it out then watch Joe every morning on MSNBC

  9. South of Broad (I love charleston) & Culture of Corruption both look good! Michelle Malkin went to High School at Holy Spirit in NJ..near me! She is great!


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