I am reading this book, because as I need some courage! As mentioned in a previous post, life has thrown us a curve ball we didn't see coming and we have a huge medical bill to pay. I love Ms. Orman's books and this one is reminding me to plan, budget and execute. There is hope for all to be out of debt.
I think I am about the only person who didn't enjoy Hunger Games. I read it for the book club I am a part of. Though I didn't like it, I do like reading books I wouldn't necessarily read on my own. Yeah for book clubs! My book club read all three books in the series, but I didn't go to the meetings for the other two books. Yep, a coward. But I'll be back next month. I am about to start Mocking Jay so I can see if a) the books get better and b) to see how the world all ends. ( I do want to watch the movie, Hunger Games, if nothing else to see Katniss' dress on fire.)
My light reading this month comes for a Reader's Digest Condensed Book-- but they don't call them that any more. It is Select Editions. I just finish Crossfire -- a murder-mystery-blackmail-suspense among horse racing. I just started Sweet Misfortune -- which so far is a delightful romance. The protagonist owns a chocolate shop. It reminds me of when my mom used to make homemade chocolates at Christmas time. I have never done it, but I am being inspired to open up my own chocolat de Jenny Shoppe!
I was reading this book last month, but needed a break. I enjoy reading of life on the Mississippi and the working of the grand old boats, but sometime Mark Twain rambles on and on and on. So after Mocking Jay, I will get back to it and finish.
And reading books, my friend, is