Sunday, October 5, 2008


Good Sunday morning everyone, looks like we're in for a sunny day here in southern Maine. It's chilly, though. When I got up at 7 am, it was 38 degrees.

I finished this book last night in bed. I can see why the kids at school like it so much. It's a cool story about forbidden love and vampires . And I can understand why parents also approve of it because the message of control and abstinence is loud and clear.

Stephanie Meyer did an excellent job of blending the two together.

So, today I get to begin a new book. One of my tenth-graders gave me Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson so I'll probably start that. She said she really enjoyed it.

Happy reading!


V. Archana said...

wow Linda,u read so many novels.I started showing interests in novels only from the past 6 months.Love ur blog,dear.

gautami tripathy said...

Linda, you will hate Delhi's summer! I do!

I have not read any Meyer book as yet!

Dar said...

I love the Twilight series. I've still got the last one to read-some day I'll get to it.

Sundays at Tiffany's is an awesome book. I loved it! Enjoy and stay warm. It's cold here today-I'm bundled up in my winter duds. lol.

keiths ramblings said...

Any James Patterson is good, and although I've not read this one I'm sure it'll be brilliant. Did you know he has a team of writers to assist him? That's how he manages to be so prolific. Just thought I'd throw that in!

J. Kaye Oldner said...

I loved Sundays at Tiffany's!

Cheryl said...

I am the minority as I could not get into this series by Stephanie Meyer

Paula Weston said...

I'm glad you enjoyed Twilight. Unless you're really hooked on the story, it will probably be enough to stick with just the first novel. It's certainly the best as far as tight storytelling is concerned. How cool is the cover though?