Saturday, February 17, 2018

Weekly Book Wrap Up

It Started With A TweetIt Started With A Tweet by Anna Bell
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Cute, sometimes funny story. Perfect to read when you don't want to have to think when reading. Does make you start to think how long you actually spend on social media tho, which is probably too much time for most of us lol

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2018 Reading Challenge

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6 comments:

wisps of words said...

I saw your comment elsewhere, saying you can't walk much anymore. And sadly, it caught my eye. I was never a great walker, but did do some... Regularly. And haven't in some time. Knee problems and generally, being 80. LOL.

But I'd really like to at least stroll around some, when winter in the upper NE finally goes away.

wisps of words said...

"Perfect to read when you don't want to have to think when reading."

Yes, that sounds like a good book. And a good idea. There is so much, in our world, clamoring for us to think about. A book, which happily does not, sounds like a *life-saver*! ,-)

And I always love to find reading suggestions! Thank you.

Christine said...

the book sounds interesting.

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

It sounds like an interesting book. Definitely I spend too much time online at times...

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

wisps of word, i wasn't too much of a hiker, but did like walking around new towns :) The MS put a stop to that, not the best walker now. I think at 80 you are allowed to take it a little slower, but if you still wanted to go out walking there are things to help, even things that might help your knees :) and the book was a good break from all the heavy sci fi I have been reading lately :)

Christine, it was a good book to probably read on vacation on the beach :)

Lisa, I def spend way too much time online lol

2paw said...

My GP said one you get to a certain age, if you ave two of something, one of them will hurt, mainly knees I think. I try not to spend too much time on social media, sometimes I fail. I like a book that makes me think, and then maybe a wisp of a book!