Learned are what people become from reading five hours a day. Samuel Johnson
My bookblog : Maydayeve at http://maydayeve-chloe.blogspot.com
- Ce, Philippines
- member since October 1, 2007
Hello, Miss Chloe! reeeeealllyyy misssss youuuuu, my friend! welcome home! i have wondered many times if you're already back from Europe and why you haven't communicated. anyway, your note said it all. I'm still slow in my reading....ga-aginod hehehehe. But i continue to buy books from Booksale and sometimes from National. I hope you're good. I'm looking forward to Sookie Stackhouse DEAD EVER AFTER. Did it hit the bookstores already? Let's keep in touch!
a new group has been launched, maydayeve ~ we are looking forward to your input!
Audiobook ♥ Haven
Audiobook devotees are welcome here! Let us know
which books and authors you are listening to as you
make your way through each day. Audiobooks have
been my drug of choice for over a decade. Selections,
narrations, sources, and devices have improved greatly
over that time period.
so nice to hear from you. Europe? ah-ah..."S" kaayo ko nimo da! I was in Korea with my sister for a four day tour last October. A clean and beautiful country, Korea but i'm sure Europe is even interesting! Don 't forget to buy books! I'll miss you! let's keep in touch gihapon ha?
Happy new year, Chloe! All my best wishes to you and your family! yeah, visiting shelfari is getting rare for me na. but i plan to rectify it soon. I found Moonlight in the Morning better than Stranger in the Moonlight. Just bought two of the Edilean series : Days of Gold and Scent of Jasmine, although they're still unread. I'm planning to lie down and tackle them soon. Miss you! text me when you come to Ormoc!
I'm amazed at your shelf and that we have so many books in common.
I see that we are in the Suspense and Thriller group and I enjoy that group and the manner in which some members send little notes on the books they've read.
If you get a chance, please look into my thriller, "Splattered Blood," which has been added to the Suspense and Thriller shelf. It's gotten excellent reviews and I'd love to see your comments after reading it.
Good to hear from you. I just got back from a five day trip to New Orleans and finally getting into the groove of things. It was somewhere I had always wanted to go and I would return in a heartbeat.
Yes, it took me forever to get into the Hedgehog, but what a joy it was. A little serious, some humor and the ending was a shocker for me. I hope you enjoy it.