- Tulsa, OK, USA
- member since September 20, 2008
Sharon F, I just saw that you've read 11/22/63 by Stephen King and enjoyed it. I'm 81 and used to read his books, but haven't since It. Mainly because it was so scary, I guess. Dean Koonz, too - he got too bloody/graphic. Now, I don't like that type of book. Is King's book bloody? Really scary? Of course, I lived through that awful time of JFK's assassination and the book appeals to me because of it. But what would I be letting myself in for?
That looks like a great book! I found a whole page of Audrey on amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_14?url=search-alias%3Ddigital-text&field-keywords=audrey+hepburn&sprefix=audrey+hepburn#
Yorkies are adorable! When I have the money to aquire one, I will definitely do so :)
Sharon, I have loved everyone of the Diana Gabaldon series. Waiting for another one to be published because the story just does not seem finished for me. I have even turned my good friends husband on to the stories and he is just gobbling them up.
Sharon you are being a wonderful help. I went into my account setting and nothing I tried gave me send a private message. Say a little prayer that our computer is not getting ready to play games:) By the way, I love reading your description of your small library.