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We've got a fun read for a lucky month!

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Luck O' The Irish To You!

We all need a healthy dose of luck, magic, and happy endings now and again, so this month 

we'll be reading The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks!  I've read many of this popular author's books, and this one is my favorite by far (Safe Haven, just out this year, coming in a close second)!  

 

His website is at http://www.nicholassparks.com/ and has lots more books and movies of his to choose from.  I always like authors who write prolifically because then I can enjoy them for many weeks to come (or as fast as I can read their books cover-to-cover!).  

 

I think you'll fall in love with the lucky characters in this month's book!  Enjoy!

 

Sarah

 

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Comment by Kathaleen Berhiet on February 1, 2012 at 12:59pm

Hey ya'll! I recently joined this group and was hoping someone could give me the 411. (A.K.A- I know I'm jumping in in the middle and I'm trying to play catch up. LOL!) Are ya'll still reading "The Lucky One"? If so, how was it? It's on my list of "Gotta Reads". Sadly, I'm a book worm and as I read one book, I add 5 more! Currently I'm reading "Confessions of a Military Wife" by Mollie Gross. I was first introduced to her at a SpouseBuzz event and her stand-up routine (she's a comedienne by trade) had me rolling! It's all based on her experiences as a military wife. If you enjoy seeing the humor in our crazy life, I highly recommend it. 

Comment by Susan Oliver Nelson on August 18, 2011 at 8:43am
Hi! My book, Trips of Daisy: a journey through a thousand days of deployment was recently released. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Fisher House Foundation. If you guys want an easy read- check it out at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books A Million or go to my site at www.susanolivernelson.com
Comment by Gretta Radbill on February 16, 2011 at 1:35pm
I have read the Five Love Languages. The book was very insightful. I refer back to the book to help be a better partner.
Comment by Telandria Boyd-Johnson on February 6, 2011 at 10:15am

Hi Everyone,

 

Thank you for the warm welcome.  I have read the Five Love Languages and it was wonderful.  It helped me pinpoint what made me feel most loved and it helped me discover what made my husband feel most loved.  It's amazing once you know what good buttons to push how much it helps in making your loved one feel loved.

I can't wait to check out the other two books.

 

Telly

Comment by Marti Knoll on February 5, 2011 at 11:37pm
Hey Telly!  I hope you were able to go to the daddy doll link I posted!  Welcome to this group!  Sarah has some awesome books for reading posted here.
Comment by Tiffany Stinar on February 3, 2011 at 7:50pm
"The Five Love Languages" is a great book, we discussed it at our last Marriage retreat and I think it made my Husband understand me a little better...can't wait to check the other two books out.
Comment by Marti Knoll on January 19, 2011 at 7:36pm

Sarah-

I have to go on the M.A.R.P.-- the "Marti's Appetite Rehabilitation Program" and drop the 4 c's--chips, cookies, candy and cream-comma-ice!  I hate the word DIEt...because it has the word DIE in it, and it makes you think you have to give everything up in order to lose weight or be healthy.  I too have tried every diet known to man, and nothing works but making healthier choices and exercise.  I have a hundred pounds to lose according to my doctor......so we shall see how my plan works.  I have also gone to eating only fresh healthy foods, raw almonds, dried cherries, fresh lettuce, and seasonal fruits and veggies--no preservatives, additives or growth hormones....I certainly feel healthier just since dropping those things!  I will check out Bittmans book....because I too am a foodie!!!!

Comment by Tiffany Stinar on January 4, 2011 at 4:50pm
I just ordered our next book choice and I think it looks great! I have to admit I put myself last in our household, maybe this book will help me :)
Comment by Allison Gygi on December 6, 2010 at 5:23pm
If anyone is interested in young adult/teen fiction or has teens, there's a book that just came out last week and it is awesome! It's called Matched and the author is Ally Condie. I was able to read it before it came out and I have just been waiting anxiously for it to finally come out. So if you like the young adult genre, you should definitely check this one out.
Comment by Sarah Joy Twiford on November 3, 2010 at 4:31pm
Welcome to the Book Club, Shamara!!!!
 

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