I read an average of two books a week, not all of them are great. Gone by Mo Hayder
is the kind of book that is difficult to put down.
The story pulled me in and kept me reading well past bedtime.
I'd love to see this book turned into a movie.
Well, since this blog is about reading, I am sharing a link to an article my daughter found and shared with me.
I've shared this link on FaceBook, Twitter and StumbleUpon, so if you follow me there too, then you already know about this amazing article written by Allison Tate.
As a mother and grandmother, I highly recommend reading
Another review on Amazon now live.
This time for Adobe Illustrator CS6 Classroom in a book Kindle edition.
I open the book on one screen and do the lessons on the other.
No pressure to follow the rest of the class, and I can work in my pj's
I can also read the book on my iPad, no Kindle required.
Years ago, I started to avoid books with violent scenes.
Certain authors include them more than others, and I stopped reading them.
I read to distract me from my daily routine and to escape for a short while, not for getting nightmares.
Reading a negative review about a certain author made me curious enough to read a preview chapter on her latest book.
I am now reading a fourth book by Mo Hayder, Skin
She doesn't pull the punches.
At the end of the previous book, Ritual, the author shares her reasons for creating DI Jack Caffery and police diver Flea Marley.
She also introduces us to The Walking Man, an interesting character with a violent past.
She puts into words the thoughts you might have in the same situation and hopefully never act on them.