Posts Tagged ‘thirteen thursday’

1. The sun rises in the morning despite the world changing

2. There is comfort in the familiar

3. I have a lot of grey shirts — I discovered this upon doing laundry. I’d worn grey or black, without thinking about it, every day for 2 weeks

4. I have good friends (You know who you are. Thank you for keeping my head above water.. oh and J, also for the kick in the pants.)

5. I am a writer

6. I’m stronger than I thought I was.

7. I’m weaker than I thought I was.

8. You won’t win the lottery just because now would be a really good time.

9. My family loves me just the way I am.

10. I have great kids… really great kids so I must be doing an ok job raising them.

11. You can laugh when you’re crying or cry when you’re laughing.

12. I can drive across Nevada on I80 by myself (with five kids–all of whom survived. Barely)  

13.  I will be okay.

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Thirteen books I have read in the last two months:

1. Dark Lover by JR Ward

2.Lover Eternal by JR Ward

3.Lover Awakened by JR Ward

4.Lover Revealed by JR Ward

5.Lover Unbound by JR Ward

6.Lover Enshrined by JR Ward

 7.Lover Avenged by (guess who) JR Ward

Do you detect a theme here? What can I say? When I get into a series, I devour it. Some of these are really, really good and, um, hot.

8. Legend Hunter by Jennifer McKenzie (awesome read)

 9. Morrigan’s Cross by Nora Roberts. And this, folks, is the very first Nora Roberts I’ve ever read. It was good… and the first in a trilogy so of course next I read:

10. Dance of the Gods by Nora Roberts

11.Valley of Silence by Nora Roberts

 12. On the Prowl by Patricia Briggs, Eileen Wilks, Karen Chance and Sunny. (loved the Briggs… not so much the others)

13.  Northern Lights by Nora Roberts. 

Well, that’s it.  I think there might be one or two more I can’t remember. And of course there are about 50 children’s books that I’ve read to the kids. ; )

Now that I’m at the end of my Black Dagger Brotherhood series, do you have any suggestions what I should read next?

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