Happy Friday everyone! Did you have a great Christmas? Did Santa leave you anything extra special under the tree? He left me ... a Kindle Fire! I'm super excited and still just messing around with it, figuring out how it works, but I was really happy that I got one. Tablets are a blessing when I travel because they can carry so many books, movies, TV shows, etc., without having to weigh me down. It won't replace normal, old-fashioned, printed books, but it will definitely get some use. Now, onto the Friday fun ...
Jen at Crazy For Books asks:
What is your chosen book to start the new year with?
Great question! I've been in a bit of a reading slump this month (too much to get done!), so I have a few library books that I wanted to read but haven't had the time for. So maybe one of those will start off the year.
WHAT BOOK DO YOU THINK EVERYONE SHOULD READ? IF YOU COULD GIFT THE ENTIRE POPULATION WITH ONE BOOK?
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I believe it's a novel that resonates with basically everyone on some level, regardless of your age, gender, or background.
So, what book do you plan to start the New Year with? What book do you think everyone should read? Let me know and have a great weekend and a wonderful (and safe) New Year!