Hi everyone! I'm DJ. I'm a retired Special Education teacher who loves to read and now I have the opportunity to do it! James Patterson, Mary Higgins Clark, Lisa Gardner, ... Realistic fiction, and anything related to Great Britain or The Monarchy are on my to-do-reading list! Even books on places to visit, historical places in Europe are fantastic. I may not be able to afford to go to all the places on my Wishlist, so I do the ebook virtual tour!
Thanks Fera! Has anyone read "The Lost Wife"? A friend recommended it and it looks really interesting!
Just finished Shades of Grey on my Kindle (I love my Kindle, it goes everywhere with me ) and I think that I'm going to take a break before reading 2 & 3! I'm finishing up The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, then I won a book (regular book) from Goodreads and it came today...after that I'm definitely going to read The Lost Wife! I downloaded the free preview from Amazon and it seems really good. Definitely not at all like Shades go Grey!I'll keep you posted.
So many books, so little time! Lol!
This must be my lucky month! I just won another Goodread pre-release! My Civil War Scrapbook, I was there too. Awesome! A birthday present from Goodreads!
My birthday isn't until the 15th but I've got a good feeling about this month! Hope that I'm right! Going to check out the Gamblers series...have a great week.
BTW-Started 50 Shades Darker today. It's more out of curiosity because I don't feel that it's very well written. I realize that it was written by a British author, but what I don't understand is why she had it taking place in the US. I attended a British teacher's college for a semester and stayed there for five months and some of the terms she uses/the way she says things just don't "fit" in an American conversation. I suppose her publisher should have caught that, but I believe that it's from a British/Australian publishing company! Have you picked up on this too?