- Quincy, MA, United States
- member since July 16, 2007
Thank you for accepting my friend request! I am so happy that you enjoyed Hollywood Girls Club. I hope you enjoy book two, Secrets of The Hollywood Girls Club also, it comes out April 15th!
Secrets of The Hollywood Girls Club
Hollywood Girls Club
I've been seeing your signature line and decided to check it out this morning - a very neat site....It will take me forever to put in all the books I read, but as time permits...
By the way congratulations on your news....My babies are teenagers, but I loved (and still do love) every minute of it....
Hi...I found this link from something you posted in the MFL group. It looks like fun, and I am an avid reader! I just havent found the time to get in here and update it or look around....will have to do that soon. In the meantime, thanks for the find! ;)
~Melanie in NC
I think that I liked the Keira Knightley version the best also. The cliff scene was so beautiful on the big screen. The mother in the six hour version drove me nuts. I never saw To Kill A Mockingbird. I think I will have to check the book out now though along with the Debbie Macomber titles. :) I also had to laugh when I noticed that your son reads Dr. Suess. My son used to want me to read The Cat In The Hat so often when he was little that both he and I had it memorized. I couldn't skip a page without him noticing and he fooled my in-laws into thinking he could read when he was 3 because no matter what page they turned to he knew it by heart. Thanks for reminding me, it made me smile.
I've never read any of Debbie Macomber's books. Maybe I will have to check them out. I just finished re-reading Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. I love that book. I can't say that I have a favorite because I like so many, but that one is definitely one of them. What is your favorite?
Hi, Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I've been gardening with all the nice days. I got the "Tell it to the Mafia book when our church did an outreach to Gleanings for the Hungry in California. The author was giving his testimony and I thought it was interesting. How about you?