- Miami Dade, FL, USA
- member since October 25, 2010
thank you for sharing the movies of my mind. I too got hooked on Harry Potter. A listened once again to the Master and Commander Series by Patrick O'Brian. I really connected with the British Royal Navy friends of Captain Jack Aubrey and Dr. Stephen Maturin.
Thank you, share if you think an audio book is over the top. My favorite book is "Bear River Spirit" . Most of my readers like the Geneva Saga. Readers overseas prefer the Medieval stories. Currently I am working on a new Maui HS story.
I love to share books. I check out my friends books occasionally to pick up a new one, especially audio.
Hi Faith ! Thanks for following me. I've wondered what it's like listening to audio books but haven't done so myself. My husband of 30 years is so used to me having a book in hand wherever we go. I even brought one in my purse last Sunday to a Cinni Red's game. Didn't need it because the game was interesting but had it there just in case. LOL So, have you read any of Sherilyn Kenyon's books or Christine Feehan ? They both write paranormal romance. Both are Fantstic authors ! I read the latest in the Sookie Stackhouse series , and OMG , I am so looking forward to the next book !
My mom lives in Dade and she got a library card for Broward because the selection seems to better there. Every now and then Dade has something broward does not have but that is rare. I work right next door to a library branch so it is very convenient for pick up. I order them online and just pick up at my local branch
Right now I am re-reading Alpha and Omega series by Peggy Briggs. I've also read one of her Mercy Thompson series. I've read the Big Bad Wold series, and alot of others. I've heard about Outlander, but haven't read it yet. My Fave is Black Dagger Brotherhood, and Midnight Breed
I think I only watched the Jesse Stone TV series once. I was not impressed. I also read books that feature Rizzoli and Isles. I am not so impressed with that program either as compared to the books. I started reading Robert B. Parker many years ago. I am not reading some of the books that were first published.
I just saw this here. I'm sorry to take so long to respond. I was thinking of the power of God in knitting bones together.
See Ezekiel 37:1-14 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ezekiel%2037:1-14&version=NCV
On those most difficult days when it seems nothing goes right:
Last, to marvel at God's power over creation and healing:
Hope this helps. Be well. God bless.