Friday, January 15, 2010

Words Move Me Sony Reader Giveaway...





Thanks to SONY I get to give one lucky
winner a SONY Reader Pocket Edition
!!!
The Reader Pocket Edition lets you access up to 350 of your favorite books from anywhere. Its elegant, lightweight design is small enough to slip into a purse or jacket pocket, and features a 5″ display with E Ink® Vizplex paper-like screen technology for easy reading, even in direct sunlight. For added versatility, it supports multiple file formats including ePub and PDF, offering access to more books from more places, including The eBook Store from Sony and over one million free public domain titles from Google Books.

About Words Move Me...

"Words move me" was created by Sony to celebrate the words that move us and to share our reading experiences with others. Connecting with readers around literary moments enables us to express our individuality, share our own stories, and find commonalities with others.



Thanks to SONY I get to give one lucky
winner a SONY Reader Pocket Edition!!!


To win...

Mandatory Entry:
Leave a comment telling me your favorite book or quote and why it moved you! You can enter twice daily! (different quotes and books each entry please)

More chances to win...
Blog about this and leave me a link 5 entries
Tweet about this daily with your favorite book or quote 1 entry each tweet

Register at WordsMoveMe.com. After you've registered, click on submit words that move you and enter a quote or brief words that moved you from a book. In one of the tags please put staycalm. (leave me a link so I can see your entry). 5 entries
(please leave a comment for each entry)

Giveaway ends on Tues. Jan.
26th, 2010!

SONY has empowered me to participate in this campaign and I have been compensated with a SONY Reader Pocket Edition™ valued at $199.99

No purchase necessary to enter or win. Odds of winning are not increased by a purchase.

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Annette said...

To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favorite books of all time.
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Annette said...

Another favorite book is Anne of Green Gables. I am rereading it now!

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elaing8 said...

Catcher in the Rye is one of my favorites.Read it in high school.
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elaing8 said...

Another more recent one is Red Headed Step Child by Jaye Wells,loved that book.
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SewCalGal said...

Funny, as one of my favorite book was "Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone". It was just so much fun to read. Great visualization and entertainment!

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The Gosfam said...

Tuesdays With Morrie is one of my favorite books.

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casey aubut said...

My favorite book is My Sisters Keeper. I cried all the way through. It really demostrated the love of family.
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The Gosfam said...

I am going to admit it: The Twilight Series--I really enjoyed reading it.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

My very favorite book is Pride and Prejudice. I never tire reading the love story of Elizabeth and Mr Darcy.
I've read it through at least three times.

Micki said...

One of my favorite books is Wuthering Heights.I just loved Heathcliffe and Catherine.
Micki

Sakimori_X said...

Though I had seen the old 80's film many times over, I had never actually *read* The Neverending Story until I was well into adulthood (mid-20's). It felt incredible to realize that -- even after years of working through college and paying bills and generally burying myself in responsibilities and bills and ''grown-up worries'' -- I could still be transported to a far-off land and see the world as a young boy again. And all it took was the simple opening of a book on a rainy afternoon.

kado! said...

She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb....it was such an interesting book...written so well you felt as if you were the character and could feel her pain.

kado! said...

Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk ...wow..it was a fantastic book...interesting angle...i couldn't put it down!

Dede said...

One favorite of mine is "The Host" by Stephanie Meyer. Such a creative book!

Dede said...

A favorite quote: "There is no substitute under the heavens for productive labor. It is the process by which dreams become realities. It is the process by which idle visions become dynamic achievements."
-Gordon B. Hinckley

It moves me to want to be a harder worker, and to put my ALL in everything that I do!

Sondra said...

No One Can Take Your Place by Sheri Dew. Quote: The challenge of all latter-day women of God is to rise to the responsibility of being mothers in these perilous times, though doing so may test the last ounce of our endurance and courange and faith. Our challenge is to stand steadfast and immovable and unflinching as mothers in Israel and women of God. Our Father and His Only Begotten Son have given us a sacred stewardship and a holy crown in Their kingdom. May we rejoice in it. An dmay we be worthy of Their trust.

I love being motivated as a mother and a woman. Sheri Dew is awesome and I love her books!

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Sondra said...

Stand for Something by Godon B Hinckley.

Quote: My plea is that we stop seeking out the storms and enjoy more fully the sunlight. I am suggesting that as we go through life, we "accentuate the positive.". I am asking that we look a little deeper for good, that we still our voices of insult and sarcasm, that we more generously compliment and endorse virtue and effort.

admin said...

The Water is Wide by Pat Conroy - inspired me to be a teacher.

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Book Dragon said...

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Rosa Robichaud said...

The Little Prince or Le Petit Prince, by Antoine Saint-Exupéry.

EXCELLENT book, IMHO!!! Can be read and understood on a simple level, for a child... but as an adult, this book has SOOOO many meanings!!!

Tks for adding my name in your contest!

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Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada
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Brimful Curiosities said...

One book I've always loved is The Land Remembers by Ben Logan. Farming is in my family's history, and I have such wonderful memories of spending summers on my grandparent's farm. Here's a quote from the book:
"Once you have lived on the land, been a partner with its moods, secrets, and seasons, you cannot leave. This living land remembers, touching you in unguarded moments, saying, "I am here. You are part of me."

Le blog du tigre said...

The Holy Bible.

Thank you.

Gilbert's wife.

Roberta said...

My favorite book(s) are "The Raj Quartet" by Paul Scott. I read them in my late teens, and they showed me in dramatic fashion how various people can see the same event from many points of view. Also gave me my first look at how colonization changes a country's destiny, usually not for the better.

Roberta said...

I never tire of reading "Jane Eyre." I reread it every year and find something new in it everytime!

free indeed said...

It's so easy to love all the classics! I reread them every so often. I like the Count of Monte Cristo, Anne of green Gables, and the George McDonald books. Because of him, I so want to go to Scotland!

free indeed said...

C.S. Lewis: "God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is His megaphone to rouse a deaf world."

--The Problem of Pain

casey aubut said...

I also loved the Twilight Series!
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Judy said...

Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson. Wow, what a debut novel about love..

Eileen said...

I love the Four Laws of Debt Free Prosperity. Even though I was pretty good at budgeting, it helped me be better.
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Rebekah said...

i have sssoooo many favorites, the shakespeare reader has to be among the top!!!

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Tulsi said...

I'm not sure on a regular a book. But I love the author Mary Higgins Clark.

Barbaloot said...

How did I not know you had a book giveaway blog?

One of my all-time favorite books is To Kill a Mockingbird.

Barbaloot said...

Favorite quote from that book?

"I was to be the ham." Always cracked me and my brothers up:)

Robin said...

One of my most favorite books is "The Lightening and the Storm by Marsha Newman. The main Character goes through trials finding out who she is. We all have to do this but the results are great. It was one of the first books that got me hooked on reading.

Emme Toaye said...

Michelangelo said "I hope that I may always desire more than I can accomplish". That is sooo true, without the desire there would be no want or need to go further on our chosen path. Desire to do better, go farther and create more unique items for my little shop and without reading my books I would have no inspiration to go with that desire.

Chad.Megan.Ben said...

My favorite book of all time, the one I always go back to, is Pride and Prejudice. It just seems like it was such a...simpler...time. I always tell my mom that I was born in the wrong time period-- I just love the language and the manners and the imagery Jane Austen weaves with her elegant storytelling. Ah... I just LOVE P&P.

Pam said...

Be happy. It's one way of being wise.

Pam said...

Love doesn't make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.

Franklin P. Jones

Love 2 Quilt said...

"The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order" by Alfred North Whitehead.....because I am not an organized person and this always seems to help me slow down and bring order to my life.

Love 2 Quilt said...

My favorite book is "The Last Lecture" by Randy Pausch. It is so inspiring! I read it over and over.

DarcyO said...

One of my favorite books is Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons by Lorna Landvik.

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Linda Kish said...

Favorite quote is from Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land "Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own". I read that 35+ years ago and it is the best definition of love I have ever found.


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Danetta said...

My favorite book is The Book of Reuben by Tabitha King. It focuses on a tragic event that brings two opposites together who try to help each other deal with the negative parts of their lives.
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Bombtastic Belle said...

I love "Good in Bed"
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I also like "Certain Girls"
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Cecile said...

My favorite book... Tortured by Amanda McIntyre. The heroine in this story is a very strong woman, she is the tortured one. Ms. McIntyre's story is amazing, the passion, the strength, the love, the devotion... it is all there!
Please enter me in for this one.
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Linda Kish said...

My favorite book is In the Shadow of Man by Jane Goodall.

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Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Favorite book I read recently is The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

I loved the camaraderie between the ladies in spite of the racial divide.

Here is my favorite quote from the book:

Wasn't that the point of the book? For women to realize, We are just two people. Not that much separates us. Not nearly as much as I'd thought.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

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Sherry Hogan said...

I like all of the James Patterson books.

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Queenie Jeannie said...

Oh my gosh! I so need this!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

The Bible:

"For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven:"

Tami said...

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. - Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

But if you tell my senior English teacher I will deny every single word!

Tami

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little bird said...

my favorite book is Rain of Gold by Victor Villasenor.

It's hard for me to explain why i love this book so much.

It just has every emotion in it. And brings out every emotion in me.

LV said...

I love the quote: People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." -George Orwell
It has a special meaning to me because many of the Spec Forces soldiers use this as a "moto" type quote... my late husband was one.

little bird said...

i like this quote because very few of us demonstrate true love.


TRUE LOVE BEGINS WHEN NOTHING IS LOOKED FOR IN RETURN

ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPERY

LV said...

Another favorite quote is:
Our first duty is to remember. I don't know who said it, but yes, we must remember our fallen heroes!! I do it everyday, I hope everyone else does too.

Becky said...

The Notebook is one of my favorite books!!!

Becky said...

"Just breathing isn't living!"~Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter

I have loved this book since I was 10 years old!!!

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Nicole said...

I love the Wedding by Nicholas Sparks because it's a beautiful love story.

Nicole said...

I also really like eat, pray, love because it is inspirational.

Midday Escapades said...

So many great books, but I would have to pick Little Women for its inspirational story for women. Thanks for this giveaway!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky is a favorite that moved me b/c I find something new all the time when I re-read it and it deals with such intense, yet realistic issues and I love that.

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Nora said...

I have loved anything by Catherine Cookson or Mary Higgins Clark
My favourite book is The Upstart
and by Mary Higgind Clark, I like
Stillwatch
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terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

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littlepurpleroom said...

In 10th grade we read "The Canterbury Tales" and I loved it. Probably because of the naughtiness in it.

Then in my younger hippy days,'The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test'was a favorite. Probably because I would have liked to of been on that bus.

A favorite quote:
"Methinks you need a gulp of grass and so it quickly came to pass.
You fell to earth with eely shrieking, Wooing my heart,
freely freaking!"
Then of course later on a fave is "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe"
Quote:
"The secrets in the sauce".

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Nanbon44 said...

I just love Little Women, and Gone with the Wind.

Pam said...

My favorite book is My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult.

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Debbie said...

I know this may sound old but my favorite book is the bible. It is a great comfort to me when I am down. I do hope I win!

Wendyburd1 said...

One of my favorite books is You are Special. Ironically my brother (yuck) sent it to me years ago.

It is one of Max Lucado's children's books. It is about Punchinello who does not fit in and learns that God made him as he is so he IS special. Everyone was made by God so to say he is ugly or wrong is an insult to God. He made us be different and have flaws that others don't to BE special. LOVE this.

Wendyburd1 said...

Gone with the Wind is another favorite. One of the reasons is I read that book in THREE days!! I was amazed with myself! LOL! It was a small paperback so it was like 2500 pages but I was so hooked. I read the "sequel" but obviously, it wasn't Margaret Mitchell and was not as good. Really quite interesting though.

Cheryl said...

My favorite book changes so right now I am still loving Lovely Bones. It is my all time favorite for now.

thetruebookaddict said...

Favorite quote of all time..."Medicine for the Soul" which was an inscription over the door of the library at Thebes. This quote speaks to me because books are my life and they truly are medicine for my soul.

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thetruebookaddict said...

Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice is my favorite book. I've read it three times and will be reading it again very soon via audiobook! The reason I love it the most of all the Vampire Chronicle books is because of it's rich historical detail and that it tells the entire story of the history of Rice's vampires and how they came into existence.

Tabitha said...

Jane Eyre is my favorite! I think I was around 12 when I first read it (unabridged and all...I've always been quite book-ish).

To me, it's just the ultimate love story! I've read it so many times in the last 15 years, that I had to buy a new copy!

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Tabitha said...

It's a sharp 180 from Jane Eyre, but I do LOVE the Vampire Chronicles. I've read the entire series twice.
There's just something about the way Anne Rice romanticizes the lives of soul-less, blood-sucking immortals...

creative gal said...

I love Redeeming Love! Great book!

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Mystica said...

My favourite is Pride and Prejudice.


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Anonymous said...

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Debbie said...

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Debbie said...

I loved The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson. The way he crafted a seemingly horrific protagonist and made me care about him was masterful.
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Vodka Mom said...

I adore Stephen King's On Writing- and i think there was a line in there about "death to adverbs" that I ADORE.



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Becky said...

Any Nicholas Spark books, The Choice is one of the best though!

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Tammy said...

I am an "old" reader. I LVOE the classics. Austen can make my heart swoon any time. As for me and my own personal Mr. Darcy Pride & Prejuidice is a personal favorite.

Rabbit said...

"Sometimes you meet yourself on the road before you have a chance to learn the appropriate greeting. Faced with your own possibilities, the hard part is knowing a speech is not required. All you have to say is yes."
— Pearl Cleage (What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day)

This quote and this book touched me in so many way. It's a journey I know well. Took me a long time to learn how to say "yes."

Theresa said...

Hard to say what my favorite book is, usually it's the bok I'm currently reading! But if I have to pick one, I'll pick Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Or Sense and Sensibility. Or Little Women. Okay, Pride and Prejudice :)

shabjoon said...

A recent favorite is pretty dark, but a good one, Jose Saramago's Blindness
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Girly said...

A hug is like a boomerang - you get it back right away.
Bil Keane

Girly said...

At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.
Plato

Lynn Parsons said...

"Night" by Eli Wiesel is one of my favorite books because it is about the triumph of the human spirit over terrible circumstances.

Lynn Parsons

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cherio1 said...

My favorite book of all time is 'GONE WITH THE WIND'. I have read that book at least 6 or 7 times. It feeds the romance lover in me.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Favorite book that I read recently, Same Kind of Different as Me.

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kittyism said...

My favorite book would have to be Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. What a gorgeous mess we all are, and so funny.

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Sherry Hogan said...

I like James Patterson books so I'd have to say "First to Die"

etirv said...

One of my all-time favorite zen parenting books: Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting by Myla Kabat-zinn and Jon Kabat-zinn! It kept me calm and mindful as a parent!

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etirv said...

I also like Jon Kabat-Zin's Wherever You Go, There You Are. It was the first book that introduced me to mindfulness!

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exotic1 said...

I just love to read and have tons of favorites some that I read as a child and passed them titles to my children. One of my favorites was "The Green Mile" my 17 year old just read that one. I'm lucky to have two children that also love to read.
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exotic1 said...

Another favorite of mine that I read as a young girl is "Of Men and Mice" by John Steinbeck. I have reread it twice as an adult. You forget over the years just what made you love a book so much so you just have to go back and reread it again. I can't imagine having all my favorites with me at all times~! Thanks for Sharing such a wonderful giveaway~!

Fred said...

A friend is one who knows you and loves you just the same.
Elbert Hubbard

Fred said...

A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down.
Arnold H. Glasow

Fred said...

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Fred said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered some. Here is the link: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/profile/?userid=8417867580806469199

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Fred said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered some. Here is the link: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/profile/?userid=8417867580806469199

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Fred said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered some. Here is the link: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/profile/?userid=8417867580806469199

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Fred said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered some. Here is the link: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/profile/?userid=8417867580806469199

Entry 5

MoziEsmé said...

“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” Edith Wharton

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2nd blog entry. I just love extra entries. Thanks
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Amy said...

"Crossing to Safety" by Wallace Stegner is one of my favorite books because it's about the resiliency of the human spirit, about believing in yourself and loving yourself through difficulties and challenges. It's also about the love shared by two people, how that love can strengthen and sustain when life sends an unexpected curveball our way.

Thank you!

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Charity said...

My favorite book of all time is Anne Of Green Gables!! I have always loved that girl:) For some reason I always felt a "kindred spirit" with her. Please enter me. I would love to win this giveaway. Been wanting one of these e-readers for a while:) Thanks!!

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Joanna Jenkins said...

This is an awesome giveaway. I heard about it through Chocolate covered Daydreams.

My fave...

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran - "And leet your best be for your friend".

THANK YOU!

jj

Joanna Jenkins said...

2nd fave is from the book I am currently reading...

"A Mind At A Time" by Mel Levine

"I should never try to understand and deal with the differences in learning until I know how learning works when it's working."

THANK YOU!

Missy said...

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Missy said...

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sunnymum said...

The Agony And the Ecstasy is one book that moves me. I 1st read it in high school and it made me want to be a prolific artist. When I reread it now, Michelangelo's passion still inspires me.
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Charlene Wehrle said...

I loved the Note Book. It makes you think about what is in front of you in the future. A real love story.

Coordination Queen said...

One of my favorite books is Pride and Prejudice. It is just such a good love story that makes me happy.

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throuthehaze said...

One of my faves is The Giver. Very interesting book.
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throuthehaze said...

Another of my faves is Jane Eyre. One of the first classics I ever read.
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Becky said...

I love reading. It's as natural to my day as eating or breathing. I love the Mitford series by Jan Karon. At Home in Mitford is perhaps my favorite. Take care!

supertee said...

"Be kind--everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle."

supertee said...

Recently, I read and enjoyed The Help, by Kathryn Stockett. It really made me think.

Dede said...

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Dede said...

One book I love is Become a Better You by Joel Osteen...it's so motivational and makes me want to do better.

happyenchilada said...

Another one of my favorites has to be "Still Life With Woodpecker" by Tom Robbins. One of my favorite quotes in it is "Love is the ultimate outlaw".
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happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

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entry 1

happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

kessandcrystal@aol**com
entry 2

happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

kessandcrystal@aol**com
entry 3

happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

kessandcrystal@aol**com
entry 3

happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

kessandcrystal@aol**com
entry 4

happyenchilada said...

I registered at Words Move me and entered a quote: http://www.wordsmoveme.com/reader/entry/?id=8215549613564876805&success=true

kessandcrystal@aol**com
entry 5

happyenchilada said...

tweeted: http://twitter.com/happyenchilada2/status/7849475983
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happyenchilada said...

My first "favorite" book ever was Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger. I was 14 and everything Holden Caulifield said made complete sense..still does!
I still hate Phonies!

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Lydia A. said...

I was really moved by the story of Michael Oher in The Blind Side. I read the book a couple years ago and I thought it was a very inspirational story.

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