- Lees Summit, MO, USA
- member since November 25, 2008
BRANDI’s last login was Wednesday, January 9, 2013.
Hey have you read any Jodi Picoult books, their good my favorite is the tenth circle and nineteen minutes. Any thing by Sarah Dessen is good, and Nicholas Sparks is Awesome. Im getting ready to read the vampire diaries have you read them. I Love the tv. show. well talk to u later.
1. I have no clue... I know for sure that I need Hunted... And just any other books I havent read that are awesome. I have a few I need to return to you. I don't remember specifically which of mine you have. I know you have The Hunger Games, and a few others... Just look on your shelf. Lol.
2. I haven't gotten to read much lately with school, but I do have Wicked Lovely and A Great and Terrible Beauty that you should read...
3. Me too! I was totally just planning on doong that this morning.
4. No... Jayme just reminded me this afternoon. I am going to get it this week. Did you? Or are you waiting on me? I'll hurry!
5. You definitely don't love me as much as I love you. See, I am a single entity. I love you just as much, if not more than you love me. But, you have a Quen, thus adding about 165478 points to the lov-o-meter... I win.
Very nice-thank you so much for the recommendation. I'm in the middle of a couple others but now I know what I can look forward too. As far as "A Clockwork Orange" would you believe I saw that on a first date that lead to a 6 year relationship. Where's the parallel in that story? Hope you and your little man have a beautiul day in Lees Summit, MO. Smile alot!!!! Katherine L. Giese
Thanks Brandi and quenton! Ok- here's some questions for you 1) Dry vs Impulse 2) crank then glass-you seemed to have enjoyed them as well as smack. So Crank vs Smack 3) Would you read Identical again? 4) I have not ever read a book by Janet Evanovich-which one should I start with or which is your favorite and 5) Did you see the movie "A Clockwork Orange"-Yicksssssssssssss Smile!
Hi Brandi and Isaac-Thank you for the follow-up. I've actually added a depression/suicide memoir to my collection and I picked up drugs 101 for basic information. I have a call into my beautiful friend who is the one that was hospitalized for slicing her whole arm up. I mean this friend of mine is in Hollywood and has done stuff for Baywatch etc........so it's not like she's in the gutter. I was wanting to read this for her and no, I have not gotten the book yet. I'm sure our library has it and I just need to get over there. The more I read the more it's amazing how the human race is really pretty unhappy about their lives overall-we just seem to settle. I have a great one I'm reading now and hopefully will be done by the end of the day telling us to "Wake Up". It's like a slap in the face I know I sure could use. Once again, I truly appreciate your e-mail and I will stay in touch. I'll send a friend request if you would like to stay in touch. I used to have to drive through your town every other weekend for quite awhile for my job. Springfield, Illinois to Lawrence, Kansas. Take care and smile alot. Katherine L. Giese
Hi Brandi--Thank you for the response on the book "Should I Cut"? For those of us who do not engage in this self-mutilation, there are others who feel release, I guess that's the term. I have a wonderful, and beautiful friend who continues to cut. She's drop dead gorgeous and had so much but do to alcohol, she is losing her kids to her parents which she despises. I hate looking at her arms. It's really emotional for me and I never know what to say if anything. That's why I was hoping the book might clue me in on something. Thanks so much for your response. That was very considerate. Katherine L. Giese