Sunday, June 25, 2006

Reading Challenge....

My goodness the weeks are just flying by....... I want the time to slow down so I can have a long lazy summer. It looks like that won't happen though. Anywho, what ya been reading?


At 2:31 PM , Blogger fivetimemom said...

This week I actually read a lot. Two cheesy romance novels and I finished Mary Mary by Julia Parsons. Its about a lady whos daughter gets murdered, and how the killer taunts her...I give it three stars. It was ok but not great.....(8)

At 8:12 PM , Blogger Roy said...

I see you have resorted to a little bit of cheating using these romance novels, so I think I am going to start counting movies. This week I read:

Silent Joe by T. Jefferson Parker about a man whose father gets murdered and he has to figure out who of all his fathers political and personal enemies killed him. *** It was pretty good.

Killer Dreams by Iris Johansen about a doctor who discovers a medicine to help rid people of night terrors but soon realizes the head of the company she worked for is using it to create assasins and is going to sell the drug to the highest bidder. ** The book jacket made this seem like it was another book entirely. I was disappointed.

I also wathched the break-up and the family stone. (6) books (2) movies. Both movies recieve ***.

At 3:20 PM , Blogger fivetimemom said...

Roy, if you would like to start a movie club we can do that, but this here club is for book reading only....Thank you for your cooperation.

As to the romance novels. If you will notice, I did not bore anyone with the details. I realize my love for the romance is my love alone, but if I go through the time to read them they should count as books read.

At 7:55 PM , Blogger Roy said...

Whatever, if it actually took you time to read them, one book; one hour. The point in my adding movies to this contest was me watching a movie is equal to you reading a romance novel.

Also, this was meant to be a challenge not only to read more, but to share with others books to read. As far as I can tell, two cheesy romance novels, is not an endorsement of what you read.


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