Thursday, November 22, 2007

Thursday Thirteen 18~ 13 More Books I Want To Read

Thirteen Things about RAE

***I am sure I have done this one before but I can't help it I love to read so here are 12 more books I want to read..I left number 13 blank because I want recommendations about a book you have liked that you read I like reading a wide variety of things so let me know what you like***

1. Beowolf
2. The Golden Compass
3. The Witches' Craft: The Roots of Witchcraft and Magical Transformation
4. Getting Started Knitting Socks
5. At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much
6. One-Skein Wonders: 101 Yarn-Shop Favorites
7. 200 Knitted Blocks: Traditional and Contemporary Designs to Mix and Match
8. Diabetic Slow Cooker Recipes
9. Diabetes for Dummies
10.Wrestling Babylon: Piledriving Tales of Drugs, Sex, Death, and Scandal
11.WWE Legends
12.Favre: For the Record
13 ???
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17 comments:

No Nonsense Girl said...

Great TT!!!! and happy thanksgiving BTW!!! :)

Sassy Lucy said...

You might find something interesting on my Book review blog ~> http://bookwormsballroom.blogspot.com/
Personally the very last one I read was wonderful, as was The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield.
Interesting you read a book about Brett Favre, I'm a cheesehead. Great list and I hope you have a grand holiday.

Nicholas said...

Interesting list. I'd recommend anything by Dickens, and my favourite of his is Great Expectations.

Wacky Mommy said...

I have lots of book reviews over on my blog, if you're interested. I love A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith, and Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon -- two of my all-time favorites.

Happy Thursday!

Yen said...

I love that #1!!! Love your TT:)
Mine is up here;
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Happy TT!

damozel said...

It's nice to see Beowulf on someone's list. I was made to read it in high school and you know how that puts you off anything. But the film (with Ray Winstone!) might give me a new appreciation for it....

Tink said...

I can recommend Beowulf, both the book and the movie. They aren't very much alike though...
Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for visiting my random TT!

The Mocha Mom said...

Considering we homeschool, my book recommendations are geared more for kids my childrens age. But there are lots of good books out there. Best wishes and thanks for visiting my blog.

Nap Warden said...

Great list! I will be of no help on the what to read next question...currently the book I am reading is Extreme Photoshop CS. It's great for learning!

Lori said...

great list...many different types of stories there:) Happy TT and thanks for stopping by.

Mommychicky said...

Looks like you'll have plenty to read this winter.

Thanks for stopping by!

TeaMouse said...

One Skein wonders sounds interesting as does a meditation book for knitters, I could use that about now. Happy Thanksgiving!

Holly said...

I haven't read any of them - but would like to see the movies Beowolf and the Golden Compass.

Happy TT-13 and Happy Thanksgiving!

Smiles,
Holly
http://theabundanceplace.com

Mar said...

Oh, I have a long list myself ::wink::
Happy TT and happy Thanksgiving :)

Greatfullivin said...

I can't wait to see Golden Compass. I recently finished The secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. It was avery good novel, and a short easy read. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for stopping by!

Janet said...

Great list!

Candy Minx said...

13. Here are a couple of recommendations going by your fiction choices on this list...

The Once and Future King by White
The Mists of Avalon
The Tombs of Atuan by Ursusla K. Le Guin


I love book lists and sorry for being slow to get around to commenting for TT. I was swamped on thursday as you can imagine cooking etc.

Hope you are having a great weekend!