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This week’s Top Ten
What are the top ten books you have lied about?
1. The Harry Potter series = When this series came out and was all the rage, I was working
at Barnes and Noble as the Children’s section supervisor. Of course, I felt that I had to read
the series. At times I was wondering why at my age I was reading these “children’s” books. I
haven’t made it through the entire series yet, but I will someday!
2. Origin of Species by Charles Darwin = This book was assigned reading during a class in
my freshman year of college. I tried and tried and tried to get through the book, but the best I
did was fumble through. Of course, when it came time to class discussion I pretended to sound
3. Working by Studs Terkel = Again, this was assigned reading during a class in grad
school. I had an assignment to do a small class presentation/discussion on a chapter of the
book. Ugh, not my kind of reading. I do remember reading my assigned chapter during class
and alas I was ready for the discussion 🙂
4. Some of my cozies = I do love my cozy mysteries, but I have to admit sometimes I feel
guilty reading this genre. I will not feel guilty – they are fun!!!
5. A Celine Dion biography = Yes, you heard me right, a biography about Celine Dion. I will
completely own the fact that I love Celine Dion. If I had a voice like hers, I would be a very happy
camper – and a little richer 🙂
Ok, I could only come up with 5, but it’s a good start!
Books Are Life,