Wednesday, October 17, 2012

I'm back!

Whew! What a busy month it's been. Not so much in the blogging sense. After working at the Heartland Fall Forum earlier this month, I jumped on a plane and headed to Colorado for my brother-in-law's wedding.

We JUST got back. It was lovely! 

I didn't get much reading done because the giant chunkster I chose to bring with me was The Passage by Justin Cronin and even though I read over 100 pages, I don't feel like I got any where.

I'm sure a ton of you have read it? It's REALLY good. I am looking forward to having more time to read it once my schedule gets settled down.

As far listening pleasure, I didn't bring any audio books but I did get a new iphone so...i will have plenty of new fun things to figure out and download and listen to in the coming weeks.

Hope all is well out in blog land. I haven't stopped by ANY of your blogs at all this month and I know that. I suck. But I plan on it in the next coming weeks.


Happy Reading and as always, thanks for stopping by!

red headed book child


Anonymous said...

Missed you! Welcome back!

Tales of Whimsy said...

Welcome back! I missed you! :) Glad you had fun.

Teresa said...

Welcome back! Where in CO did you visit? We have been having some great weather, I'm so glad you got to enjoy it!

Marce said...

I did miss you, welcome back. The Passage sounds good but I put a page limit on myself which is 500, I would probably consider 550 but thats it.

I do not read fast so I can't give more than 10 days to a book just can't do it.

Lisa said...

The Passage? We won't be seeing a review from you for a while! Sounds like you've returned revived from your trip. Welcome back!

Michelle Stockard Miller said...

Welcome back! I was beginning to think my email feed wasn't working. LOL! I saw little Finn in his ring bearer role on Facebook. Cute as a button! Hope you had a good time at the wedding.

I'm reading The Passage now. We're reading it for TuesBookTalk. I love it! I think it would make a great movie (if they did it right, that is).