Saturday, March 6, 2010
Posted by Patty Magyar at 12:58 PM
Thursday, March 4, 2010
I believe that Lucy is actually proud of what she has done to her cat puppet. It is barely recognizable and is so severely damaged that she cannot play with it unsupervised any more...so sad...every once in a while I pull him out and let her hold him...what will she do when my plan to get her a baby brother...whom is already named Winston Cooper Kitty...is fulfilled...will she want him or will she do to him what she has done to her puppet...hmmm...she has been the only kitty for a while now...and is loving and sweet but very very spoiled...
Not yet into Blue Is For Nightmares but I think that is only because I just started it and I always have a difficult time transitioning to new characters after a series...so...I should know how much I love it soon enough. Although it is sunny out...the melting snow is covering much muddiness. Even my jaunt to the bird feeder left my UGGS a disastrous mess...hmm...can they be washed?
I really just want to read my book and read blogs and watch CSI...not a work out day...not a walking day...a sort of restful day...sushi for dinner and a nice glass of wine...
Posted by Patty Magyar at 7:25 AM
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
I whispernetted House Of Dark Shadows and Watcher In The Woods both by Robert Liparulo and it was my intention to begin with the first book in that series but...I am leaning more toward Holly Black or Melissa Marr or Lesley Livingston...I will decide later today. I have them all I am just not sure what I am in the mood for. It is always sad for me to leave a series. I am so connected with the writing and the characters so choosing the next book is a challenging task. I also have an interest in the Blue Is For Nightmare Series by Laurie Faria Stolarz...so...that might be at the top of my list...
Posted by Patty Magyar at 9:18 AM
Sunday, February 28, 2010
Hmm...I thought I might be but now I do not...I just finished Evernight...really loved it...I have a review on Goodreads and I am beginning Stargazer as well as preordering the third book in this series. The author is Claudia Gray ( I just found out that this is a psuedonym ) and she has a totally different view of vampires. They are developed quite uniquely. One of my favorite parts of the first book is when the vampires at Evernight Academy are required to take a class called Modern Technology...to learn how to use Ipods and microwaves...so funny...and this is not a book with a comedic theme...
Posted by Patty Magyar at 11:31 AM