Thursday, August 16, 2012

Settling In

Now that Rich and I are finally settling in to our new home, I'm feel ready to curl up somewhere in our new house and read. Just read until it's time to go back to work in 1.5 weeks. (How is my summer almost over already!?) --- I realize I'm not getting any sympathy from you (unless you too are a teacher).

Anyway, the house is awesome and very Pinterest-inspired as Richard would say. Hey, I can't let all of those logged-Pinterest hours go to waste. And as my brain begins to click over from being the hyper-organizer to being someone who just wants to kick back, I took some time to think about all of the books I've read so far this year. (Not nearly as much as last year -- but I was considerably more employed this year than last)... 

Know what I realized? They're all novels from different series.

That said, I feel the need to dub this the year of the series/sequels/trilogies/etc. Which means I'm left wondering what I should read next. So I'm putting it out there to you: Any good, fairly easy to read, series out there that you've particularly enjoyed?

Let me know! I'm ready to go!


Sarah said...

I started reading a "Young Adult" series called the Maze Runner series (by James Dashner). I picked it initially because it was listed as a series that you may enjoy if you enjoyed The Hunger Games. It was ok... I've only read the first two books (there are three... plus a prequel). I liked the second one a bit better than the first... I've seen a bunch of kids reading these books while I've been supply teaching.

reginag said...

Kinda tricky. It all good generally.

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