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Saturday, August 10, 2013

30 Day Book Challenge-Day 10

So I've been MIA for a little while. Mostly I was just taking a break from blogging because after almost 3 years it had started to feel like a chore and that is not how I wanted to look at it all. Now I finally feel ready to start posting again. And what better way to start the habit of posting regularly again than doing a 30 day challenge. So for 30 days in August I'll be posting daily for the challenge, and on August 31st I'll post a surprise!
Now, just to put this out there right now, I reserve the right to cheat on this challenge. Cheat as in if it asks for one favorite book...I might put two...or 5.
Let the challenge begin!


I've had a few different homes. So each of these books reminds me of those places for their own special reasons.

My Blood Approves (My Blood Approves, #1)

When I first moved away from home I didn't know anyone and it was right at the beginning of winter so there wasn't a lot to do in the town I moved to once it started to get super cold and snow.
So I turned to the bookstore and reading. I was given a Kindle that Christmas and this was the first book that I bought on it. So My Blood Approves reminds me of Tennessee, cold days, and cuddling up on the couch with hot coffee.

Across the Universe (Across the Universe, #1)

After Tennessee I ended up moving to Colorado. Again, right at the beginning of winter. I actually knew some people there so I had some stuff to do and people to show me around. But it snowed even more in Colorado than Tennessee so for a while it was difficult to get out.
Enter Across the Universe by Beth Revis. It was the first ARC that I ever got and I think I scared the maillady when she dropped it off.
This one reminds me of that home though because it was one I was sooo thrilled to get and I got to curl up with it while the snow fell. Lovely.

To Kill a Mockingbird

Growing up, my mom used to read to my brother and me allll the time (more so since we were homeschooled). It's one of those things that helped spark my love for reading. I remember laying on the living room floor, coloring, and listening to my mom. To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the last books that my mom read to me and I LOVED it soo much. It will forever be one of my favorites.

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