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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Rereading mini-challenge

The mini-challenge this hour asks about rereading books. The instructions:

1. Go back to your blog, and tell us about the books you’re rereading during the mini-challenge. Maybe post a picture of each book and describe why you love it enough to reread it.

OR

2. Go back to your blog, and give us a list of your top favorite rereads of all time. You know, those books that you can go to time and time again for comfort and escape. Again, pictures are good. :)

I'm not currently rereading anything, so I'll do #2.



Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: I've read it so many times that I can say the dialogue with the characters. I picked the picture for the DVD and not the book because, come on, it's Colin Firth (yum).





Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell: I actually haven't read this one in several years, but I used to read it at least once, sometimes twice a year.






To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee: simply one of the best books ever written

5 comments:

Nise' said...

We have some of the same favorites. Yep, can quote P & P too.

Icedream said...

I had to re-read To Kill A Mockingbird for my book club and I am so glad I did. I had forgotten more than I thought. Fantastic book!

Kailana said...

I am not a big fan of any of them... I am so 'uncultured'

Care said...

These are classics! good for you.

thebluestockingsociety said...

Tammy, thanks for participating in my mini-challenge. Your rereads seem to be popular rereads. I could read Pride and Prejudice and then start over from the beginning. I love it!! I just read Gone with the Wind for the first time and know that I'll read it again.