Friday, November 18, 2011

Follow Friday time!

TGIF is a weekly event hosted by Ginger at GReads.

Giving Thanks: Which books are you most thankful for receiving from other bloggers, friends, family members, or publishers?

Wow. I got some really REALLY cool books this year from bloggers and contests. One of my absolute favorite was Sweet Jiminy by Kristin Gore! Check out my review.

3 others that I'm grateful for (in no particular order):

 Michael Vey by Richard Paul Evans
(courtesy of a giveaway on Tea Time with Marce)


Alex Cross' TRIAL by James Patterson Richard Diallo

This was a gift from a co-worker. He saw that I read a lot of James Patterson and figured I might like this one. Boy was he right! This was a magnificent addition to the series that can easily be read as a stand alone. Check out my review


Thanks for stopping by :)

10 comments:

  1. Fun!! I have not read a James Paterson in years...:)

    Have a great weekend.

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  2. I, too, stopped reading the Alex Cross series years ago, but I think I should pick it back up on my next trip somewhere. Great plane reading - maybe even for Thanksgiving.

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  3. Yeah definitely plane reading, it goes by so quickly and I'm just making my way through the series so I can read the new one!

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  4. Can't wait to read that Alex Cross novel. Thanks for the reminder! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Your comment made my morning! It was most definitely inspired by the game. lol. yay sims! My friend helped me come up with the name.

    I have yet to read a james patterson. I really should some day. :)

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  6. @ Annette happy thanksgiving to you too!!!

    @April awww awesome!! love that game, can't get enough of it!

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  7. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

    A favorite book I received is one I got as a child -- my first real "classic" -- Black Beauty.

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  8. That James Patterson book looks intriguing. I've only read two of his books, and both of them this year. Got to remedy that :)

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