Sunday, November 6th, 2011

Happy Sunday!

Have you read any good books lately?  I’m always looking for things to add to my reading list, though I warn you, I only read stories with happy endings :)

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8 thoughts on “Sunday Link Love, Volume #073

  1. Missy

    I totally thought “Wear some frilly knickers for Winter” was about some new, upcoming “trend” in wearing frilly lace panties under all your Winter clothes, not nail polish! Haha, to be honest though, cute lace panties are my favourite so I got kind of excited ;) The nailpolish is gorgeous though! It reminds me of snow <3

  2. Lara

    Nice, very nice!

  3. Avatar of Kristina Kris

    A great book is ‘Rivers of London’ by Ben Aaronovitch: it’s kind of like Harry Potter for grown-ups, with as much action, more humour and a definite scientific twist to magic: you’re so precise with your reviews, I’m sure you’d love it!

  4. Oh, not only do I love makeup/beauty products but I also love, love, love to read! ;) My all time favorite book has to be “My life in France” by Julia Child. For me this book was a beautiful love story of how a woman discovers her passion and fall in love with French food and of course Paris, France. Since I live less than 2hrs from Paris the girls in my bookclub took a trip to Paris in honor of Julia and visited her apartment and some of the cooking shops she loved to visit. Here’s a link if you’d like to check out the photos.

    http://girlwithjavacurls.typepad.com/somewhere_in_the_middle/2009/09/celebrating-julia-childs-life-in-france-1.html

    I just finished “Sold” by Patricia McCormick which was short but very powerful. It reminded me a bit of the documentary, “Born into Brothels”. But I assure you the ending was a happy one at least it was for the main character. ;)

  5. Krystal

    What types of books do you usually read? I have a never-ending list of good books to recommend :)