Wednesday, September 21, 2011

August / September reads

Can I just interject how much it sucks not to be able to post from work!  It is putting a damper in my blogging.  When I get home I am so tired, and my brain is fried, I can’t think.

I was looking for information on more Christmas movies that will be out this year.  And while I was surfing I came across a board that is “Year Round”. 

Pretty cool, so now I have two Christmas places, there and The True Book Addicts Christmas page

You’re never too old to love Christmas.

But the next thing on my plate is Halloween.  As I mentioned in a previous post, I plan to watch more Classic Horror films this year.  However, I’ve been taping to the DVR a lot of modern Horror movies. 

And as far as Horror reading I will read DRACULA and THE EXORCIST this year.  I’ve been trying to read DRACULA for years, and never get to it.  THE EXORCIST is a new addition, but I will read it this year.  If I only read 2 books in October, these will be them.

I’ve actually accelerated my reading the past few months.  This is how August and September (so far) re looking:


40. Angels in My Hair - Lorna Byrne
41. The Master Key System - Charles Haanel
42. Excuses Begone! - Wayne Dyer
43. The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
44. Connecting With Your Angels - Doreen Virtue
45. How to Get What you Really, Really Want - Wayne Dyer / Deepak Chopra
46. The Ultimate Happiness Perscription - Deepak Chopra
47. The Secrets of Power of Intention - Wayne Dyer
48. The Science of Being Great - Wallace Wattles
49. Michael Vey - Richard Paul Evans
50. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murphy


51. We Have Always Lived in this Castle - Shirley Jackson
52. Rodzina - Karen Cushman (YA RECOMMEND)
53. Applying the 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace - Wayne Dyer
54. Please Look After Mom - Kyung-Sook Shin
55. Crazy: Notes on and Off the Couch - Rob Dobrenski
56. The Blue Zones - Dan Buettner (RECOMMEND)
57. The Book of Secrets - Deepak Chopra
58. Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul - Deepak Chopra
59. Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins (RECOMMEND)
60. Discover Your Genius - Michael J. Gelb

As you can see, there are a lot of self-improvement books listed.  I get in my moods, and read a lot of the same type of book for weeks.  I’m just about over that now, I do have a few more books in that genre I want to read, but now other things will be read.  I put my recommendations alongside the ones I enjoyed the most.  I highly recommend THE HUNGER GAME SERIES.  I’ve only read book 1 and 2 so far.

Check back soon to see how I am doing with my Horror Books and Movies.

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Both kids are back in school.  My son has the beginnings of Carpel Tunnel Syndrome.  He’s on the computer at least 12 hours a day and hours at a time.  He is a computer major, so that doesn’t help any.

Still temping at the same job. It goes well.

The new Fall season started. I’m checking out the new shows.  I caught “Two and a Half Men” on Monday with Ashton, it was so funny. I like the show anyway, and wasn’t sure how Ashton would fit in, but he is so funny, he can fit in anywhere.

Nothing else to report.


Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

Hey there! I didn't know that Christmas Talk had its own site (I've bookmarked it and I'm going to sign up). I'm a member of Have been for about five years now! I love those Christmas sites. Here's another good one: Thanks for mentioning The Christmas Spirit too. =O)

I know you've been busy with work and all, but I was wondering if you had checked out my new horror review blog? I just launched it at the end of August and I'm hosting a month long launch event with giveaways this month. I'm also hosting my Fall read-a-thon from that blog because it's a spooky themed read-a-thon this time in honor of Halloween. The new blog is called Castle Macabre. Hope you will get a chance to check it out.

Sorry to hear about your son's carpal tunnel. That's bad for a computer major!

I need to read The Exorcist too. I read Dracula several years ago. It's great! You have a great list planned there.

Hope all is well with you. Haven't spoken to you in awhile!

Wall-to-wall books said...

Oh my gosh, The Exorcist was the scariest book I ever read!!!