I go through so many samples while making my way to a good book. I downloaded this one, first published in 1971, last year, but am only now getting a chance to dig in. So far have found it to be good.
Here's the first line:
I ought to tell you at the beginning that i am not quite normal…
NPR wrote this:
Thirteen-year-old Jessie knows she is a born writer, and through her honest records of parents, classmates, teachers, first love and World War II in England, she reveals her talent.
Many of you mentioned Elizabeth Gilbert's latest book and I have a sample of that. Although I still have a grudge against her for Eat Pray Love which strongly displeased me. But I am willing to forgive and move on. I am hoping to do a lot of reading in the coming weeks surely one of these samples will come through for me.
While I was lolling about at the beach over Thanksgiving break I read Paris Letters by Janice MacLeod. I am on my 2nd subscription of her letters and they are such fun to get each month. If you like reading about spunky entrepreneurs living the good life in Paris, you'll like it. I did!
Another book I'm currently reading is this one:
Easy & entertaining. Like me.
Hopefully you're on to something new this month. If so, let me have it in the comments! There's no reason not to download half a dozen more samples to ipad. Is there?