Thursday, June 11, 2015

What I'm Reading Right Now (6)


Quote of the day:
I read; I travel; I become. -Derek Walcott


My very first book for the month of June is by Crotian author Natasa Dragnic and titled 'Every day, every hour'.  


image: Amazon
Its a story about two young people with a bond who become inseparable from a young age. And over the years they wander off to separate places only for a chance encounter to bring them back together.

So what books are you reading at the moment?

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28 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good one. Still editing at my sea

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  2. @Pat Hatt: Hello, many thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Now I'm reading "Secrets of Gaudi". Described by you book promises to be interesting. Regards.

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  4. @Giga: Hello, nice of you to share that. Thanks for visiting!

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  5. froebelsternchen Susi: Hopefully it turns out to be a good read. Thank you for coming by!

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  6. Hello. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a note. I love new visitors. I see you are a peruser of deviant art too. Love that place. I've gotten some of my covers from artists there, and 'met' the gentleman that disigned my Black Lake and several of my SF covers. Hope to see you back. Cheers -Mac

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  7. Hey dude,

    I'm reading "My First Bark" by Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar! It's all about her "pawceptions" of humans during her time as a puppy.

    Kind regards,

    Gary

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  8. i've honestly not read a whole lot of books these past few years - guess i spend too much time reading blogs! :)

    thanks for stopping by today!

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  9. Sounds interesting. I will check it out...thank you.

    I just finished reading the true story/adventure..."Wake of the Green Storm" by Marlin Bree...truly a spellbinding story of his adventure on his wooden sailboat on Lake Superior in July of 1999, when the "storm of the century" hit!!! Winds were clocked at 100 miles per hour!!! Did I mention that Marlin Bree was alone in that chaos??? Terrifyingly real to me while sitting in the safety of my living room :}

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  10. I'm reading the new Stephen King book-Finders Keepers. And I LOVE your quote today. That is me all the way!

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  11. Sounds like a wonderful love story.

    I am reading some old Travis McGee books over the summer.

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  12. Your June pick reminds me of the Persian folklore about Majnu and Laila. I just might add it to my growing summer reads.
    I rarely read one book at a time. These are the books I am reading right now;
    Growing up social by Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane : This book is about raising relational kids in a screen driven world.
    In His keeping by Maya Banks: This is the 2nd book in the slow burn series. This is romance with a touch of telekinetic powers
    My name is Memory by Ann Brashares: This is a story about reincarnation.

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  13. sounds pretty good! Not reading anything at the moment.

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  14. Rite now am on 48laws of power..am actually re-reading the book

    www.glowyshoe.blogspot.com

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  15. Looks interesting. I'm reading "There was a country" by Chinua Achebe. It's a personal history about the Biafra war

    Molola's Blog

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  16. **covers face** I am not done reading the last book I got...I even dumped it last week...I will try to pick it up on Sunday...

    TGIF Papi!

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  17. Sounds like an interesting book :) xoxo

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  18. @ Author R. Mac Wheeler: Greetings, and I do enjoy seeing new visitors too. Yes, I am a fan of deviant art -and I am impressed that those book titles of yours were specially designed by an artist you met there. Good stuff. Thanks and hope to see you around!

    @klahanie: Hey man, that sounds like a really interesting read, hope its a good one for you. Thanks for stopping by!

    @TexWisGirl: Reading blogs will do, as there are loads of stories in there too. Nice seeing you on here!

    @Jan: My goodness that sounds like a terrifying encounter, enough to give one goosebumps. I should check that out, thank you for that brief summary, and nice of you to stop by!

    @My name is Erika.: I heard about that new title, I'll surely check it out sometime. Thanks for that, enjoy your weekend!

    @ilola: That's a wonderful read, thanks for sharing and stopping by!

    @X: Great choice for the summer, thanks and best wishes!

    @jamie sebuc: Thank you!

    @Okeoghene: Hello, and thanks for sharing all those titles, I'm sure they are all good reads. Nice of you to stop by!

    @Christine: It surely does, thanks a lot!

    @Weekend-Windup: Nice of you to stop by!

    @Mihaela: Hello lovely, appreciate that indeed..thank you for visiting!

    @glowy shoe: Its a great book to read all over again, very nice and thanks or coming by!

    @Tomi 'Molola: I have heard about the book, you will let know how it goes. Best wishes!

    @Erniesha Tibs: Hope you get around to do just that, thank you!

    @La Joie de Vivre!: It sure does, nice of you to come by!

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  19. Sounds interesting and I don't think I've read anythnig by a Croatian author. RIght now I'm finishing up Pat Conroy's "South of Broad" and abook about the MIssissippi River

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  20. I like stories like that. Sounds like a good one. :)

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  21. "I read; I travel; I become."

    Stumbled upon your blog today, and I'm so glad I did! Looking forward to catching up on your posts.

    xo,
    Janna

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