I'll look it up! The cover is pretty! Happy reading sweetie!hughugs
Donna,I hope you enjoy THE HELP as much as I did..Terrific book. I'm going to be looking for The French Gardner. Thanks.
I recently read the French Gardener. Loved it! Now I am reading The Art of Mending by Elizabeth Berg.
Happy 2010, Donna! I'm probably the last person in the world to read it...but I'm reading "The Story of Edgar Sawtelle". Good book!
Hi Donna,Happy New Year! I just finished The Bostonians by Henry James...so I need a new book. I do really love Maeve Binchy so I will look for this one. Thank you!xo,annie
Donna, that is so funny I have the French Gardener on my bookcase and I was just thinking that might be the next book I read!! I loved The Help when I read it. The author came to our bookclub-she is really funny and very interesting! Enjoy!
Hi DonnaI love Rosamunde Pilcher so I will look for that book at our library. I've heard many people recommend The Help too.Hugs, Rhondi
I'm always looking for something great to read. Thanks for the ideas. Mimi
Rosamunde Pilcher's books have been made into television series in Germany and are often send in Denmark.;)Thank you for a great recommendation.;)xoxoZuzana
Oh my gosh Donna I love Maeve Binchy, I will definitely pick up this book. Thank you for the tip lady! warm hugs to you and the little four footed ones...
I see we have the same taste in books. Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy are 2 of my favorite authors. In fact I am re-reading Rosamunde's "Winter Solstice". I rarely re-read books, but this is one I really enjoy at this time of year.The Help is on my list of books to read. Glad to hear you enjoyed it so much.
I have "The Help" on my Shelfari Book Shelf wishlist! It has so many good reviews! I love both authors you mentioned, I will have to put the book on my "to read" list! I just love seeing Otis and Riley's little faces whenever I visit your blog, so cute! hugs, K
Thanks for the tip, Donna. Right now I'm reading two books. Will look for The French Gardener when I'm finished.
What a gorgeous cover~ love the title too :-)Cold & windy here today, perfect for curling up with a good book.Hope you, Otis & Riley are having a Wonderful Wednesday ♥
Hi, Donna! Happy New Year! What a lovely surprise it was to find your "hello" on my spot .... I've been in and out so very far between. Just wanted you to know that you brightened my day and I had to pay you a visit. The book sounds tempting ... I have The Help but haven't started it yet - promising that you can't put it down! I'm currently reading The Deep Blue Sea for Beginners by Luanne Rice - which is actually a sequel to The Geometry of Sisters. This is a slow one for me so far ...I need to get back on the wagon with my bloggin' - have a few paintings to share.I'll roam about to see what you have been busy with - - - you are always such an inspiration!Blessings always,Jenny
Hi Donna!That sounds like a good book --I do like both authors you mentioned...all the wonderful details they inject into their writings!You will laugh butI just finished a biography about George Washington! I really enjoyed it and I was fascinated to learn more about him and the early political system. I love when history comes alive!
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