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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Before Blogging: Top 10 Books

Happy Tuesday Everyone!
Today I am participating in Top Ten Tuesday
hosted by The Broke and the Bookish with a list of 10 books I enjoyed before I started blogging. Click on the link above to head over and visit other submissions and to find great books to add to your To Read list.

What have been some of your favorite books?

Happy Reading!


  1. Wow, I loved six of these... guess I should read the other four!

  2. Fantastic list! I adored most of those myself. :) I've never read Midnight, I probably should

  3. The five I read were absolutely fantastic, so I'll better read the others, as well. Some of my favourites The Children's War by J.N. Stroyar, These is My Words by Nancy E. Turner, The Grapes of Wreath by John Steinbeck, A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth, anything by Orhan Pamuk, Joyce Carol Oates, Barbara Kingsolver, I could go on and on, you better check my list on my blog "Let's Read" ...

  4. I read A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN as part of a college course on children's lit and LOVED it. I definitely need to re-read it -- thanks for the reminder.

    Happy TTT!

  5. I have heard many of these books. I have seen the film version of Memoirs of a Geisha & heard the book is great too :)

    new follower!

  6. I've heard of all of these, but I think the only ones I've read are A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and The Poisonwood Bible. I wonder if we think about books differently now that we blog about them...

    1. Lindsey-- Excellent question about how bloggers think differently about books than they did before blogging. I realize that I very much do and sometimes I miss the before. I often find myself in a rush to finish a book so that I can post about it instead of enjoying the full process. Thanks for visiting!
      Happy Reading,

  7. Great Top 10, I read memoirs of a geisha too!
    New Follower
    Danielle @ Coffee and Characters

  8. The Glass Castle, great choice. I enjoyed Potatoe Pie.... but still hate the title.



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