Saturday, May 8, 2010


Lauren has a lovely blog over at
She has a fill in the blanks Friday and I am playing along this week. If you hop on over to her blog you can to. We both agree on #1

1. My favorite book growing up was : The Little House series and the Anne of Green Gables series. Actually any of Lucy Maude Montgomery's books. I loved Avonlea. In fact, I want to name my daughter that.

2. The funniest book I've ever read was: Anything by Laurie Notaro. She is hilarious.

3. The one book that has truly changed my life is: Dangerous Angels by Francesca Lia Block. This book spoke to me on so many levels. It is a book about love, life, the awkwardness of not fitting in but mostly it is about love.

4. If you're looking for a real "tear jerker" you should probably read: Dear John. I have never cried during a book but I sobbed during this one. Ohhhh Where the Red Fern Grows made me cry also.

5. If I could meet any author living or dead I would want to meet: Alice Hoffman. I love her books.

6. The next book on my "to read" list is: A problem from hell: America and the Age of Genocide by Samantha Powell. It's not a happy story but it is fascinating.

7. If I was snowed into remote cabin in the woods and could only choose three books to bring with me I'd bring : Love Walked In by Melissa De Los Santos, The Bible- my style, Dangerous Angels by Francesca Lia Block


my name is lauren. said...

love the name avonlea for a little girl. so cute! and i've never read "where the red fern grows" but the moie made me bawl my eyes out. so so so sad!

bohomeme said...

Anne of Green Gables and Little House are my FAVORITES! I also remember reading "Where the Red Fern Grows" in third grade and I started to cry in class and everyone laughed at me :( such a sad, good book.

smile steady said...

I've never read anything by Laurie Notaro, but I may have to check her out. I love a book that makes me laugh!

chelsea rebecca said...

i've got to put some of these books on my to read list this summer!!!
and i love anne of green gables as a kid! it was one of my favorite!