I really didn’t mean to. I didn’t know what would happen. I am so sorry beloved, little blog for abandoning you for so long and allowing myself to get trapped in the holi-daze. But I’m back now. The holidays are over. And while they were lovely, it is also nice to have a bit of structure back to my days.
This new year is all sorts of exciting to me, as every new year is. Sure, according to some calendars, the world is ending and all, but let’s not worry about that just now and look on what we have in front of us.
For me, there are so many books coming out this year that have been compiled on a list, and every day that brings those release dates closer is a cause for celebration. At the top of that list are Radiant Shadows by Melissa Marr (in April), Linger by Maggie Stiefvater (in July), Gone by Lisa McMann (February), and, last but certainly not least, the third book in the Hunger Games series (The Victors). But my adventures in reading are taking me in another direction and I could really use some help.
So, the classics. Yeah, we’ve all read some, some of us at the barrel of a mom-related rage storm during the high school years. And others that we came upon and loved without educational dictates to get us there.
But now I want to push further into the world of classics for one of my resolutions for the year and would love to know which classics you loved, so that I start with the best of them. So, let me know your favorite classics and I will add them to my list.
And in exciting holiday news, for Christmas, I got a new book shelf (that is dreamy) and I currently linger in front of the shelves to see my beautiful books that I read this year more prodigiously displayed.
All my best in this wonderful new year and I really look forward to adding more books to my list.
Quote for the Day from The Mountain is Young by Han Suyin
“Your duty is to do, and thus to revere life.”