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Loved Mad Max/Thunderdome, read all Harry Potter books and currently reading and enjoying "Girl With The Dragon Tatoo"! Got to check out DIVERGENT!! Thanks for the recommendation!! What a positive influence you have been in my life!! Thanks for all the inspiration!!

Thanksgiving morning. I could not pass the day without saying how thankful I am that you write this blog - my 100% all time favorite. Got an I-Pad 2 weeks ago and have been so busy figuring it out I have yet to download books much less read one. Got stuck on Angry Birds for a whole day! ugh. Anyway. Love You.

Hello Mary Ann! I thought I had done all I needed to do before that 'Big 4-day weekend' but reading this I just realized I completely forgot to pick up a Turkey Costume. Oh well, maybe I'll string a bunch of cranberries together and wear that instead.... Wishing you a wonderful Happy Thanksgiving Day. xxx Sharon

I think that I need to address that, what did you call it?? Oh, the undiscovered country of being a senior.
Happiest to Thanksgiving to you, e.w.

Reading your posts is a pretty fabulous read for me. I am always ready to read more than you write as I find everything you do and post to be Life Lived to its Fullest. Happy Thanksgiving Blessings dear...

Just googled Mad Max Thunderdome... Ha, Ha!

I have a couple more recommendations for you: Whistling Season by Ivan Doig and I second the rec for Out Stealing Horses. They are both books where the landscape is almost a character itself.

Love the journal pages. Your post title gave me an idea for another altered book, thank you.

You may also wish to try "The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie" by Alan Bradley, the first in a series of mystery novels with an 11 year old girl as the main character. Very entertaining and the author is Canadian, eh? :)

Oh! I loved "Emily Alone!" It's not for everyone, but I have read it twice this year and was just sitting here thinking of pulling it from the shelf to take to bed and start again. If you like it, read "Wish You Were Here", which is the prequel to this. But I liked "Emily Alone" better. I hope in my heart of hearts that Stewart O'Nan will give us one more Emily book. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did Mary Ann!

have you read the series called the hunger games, I read all three books in 3 days, and loved it, it is a page turner

Well, you read Divergent as quickly as I did, lol.

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