“People who say they don’t have time to read simply don’t want to.” ― Julie Rugg, A Book Addict’s Treasury
What’s your mood for today?
Moods is the theme of The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday today.
March 1: Ten Books To Read If You Are In The Mood For…
SHORT READS! 😀
Most of my followers are busy professionals plus great writers so for them, here are TEN AWESOME SHORT READS (less than 300 pages) that they may want to read to have a break!
1. Love & Misadventure and Lullabies by Lang Leav
2. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
3. The Small Backs of Children by Lidia Yuknavitch
4. Still Alice by Lisa Genova
5. Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back by Todd Burpo, Sonja Burpo, Colton Burpo
6. Stupid is Forever by Miriam Defensor Santiago
7. Never Never (Never Never, #1) by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
8. Stargirl (Stargirl, #1) by Jerry Spinelli
9. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
10. The Rosie Project (Don Tillman #1) by Graeme Simsion
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That will be it for this week!
Have you read some of this books?
What are your most-loved short reads?
Hi there! I’ve been absent for more than a month now (aw!) and I am sorry for that. So let me give a SUPER UPDATE for my 2015 Reading Challenge.
So here it goes:
A book a friend recommended (14th): Girl Missing by Tess Gerritsen
This book was recommended by my friend Ping. We both love mystery/crime novels so I am quite excited to read this. But to be honest, I was quite disappointed. Don’t get me wrong this book isn’t that bad. It’s just that I am used to novels by James Patterson, Michael Crichton and recently, Agatha Christie which were all able to thrill me and engross me. So there.
A book you mom loves (15th): Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back by Todd Burpo, Sonja Burpo, Colton Burpo
I am quite vocal that me and my family are all Christian so for the book that my mom would love, I picked Heaven is for Real. My mom haven’t read this book but I just thought that she would love it. Why? Because I absolutely loved this book. Not because I am a Christian and that I believe in God, it is because the story is really moving.
A book set in a different country (16th): Paper Towns by John Green
This book is set in Florida and New York and I am from the Philippines so this is definitely a book set in a different country.
I have been vocal that I am not a John-Green-fanatic, neither I am crazy of The Fault in our Stars. But that does not mean I don’t like it. Reading this Paper Towns, I come to realize how good John Green really is. I was engrossed because of Margo’s mysterious personality. This is a book worth reading before watching its movie version.
So there! More updates soon!