Friday, November 11, 2011

Book Review on Indie Foxx

Anyone that knows me knows that I have a slight addiction to books.  When my husband and I moved across the country, we brought 42 boxes of books with us.  And that was after selling back a truck load of books to a used bookstore before we left.  In our little house in the woods, we have a weird little room in the middle of our house that goes between two hallways.  While not all of our books fit in this one room, this centrally located spot has made the perfect little library.  I would be the happiest girl in the world if my house was wall-to-wall built in bookcases filled with a plethora of books.

One of my favorite places to be is in a good bookstore, and one of the things I most miss about living in Seattle is the Edmonds Bookshop, the best little bookstore in the world that also happens to be independently owned by one of the smartest, genuinely nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and working for.  I love this place!  And I loved being a bookseller for such a great bookstore.  Talking books, meeting fellow book lovers, and learning about books other people love...who could ask for more?   Oh, how I miss those days!

When the opportunity to put together a book review for Indie Fixx, I jumped at the chance!  Sharing with other book junkies about some of my favorite reads was such a fun, fun thing.  Picking out five books to write about was, let's just say, quite difficult.  But I managed and now you can read all about the five that were chosen by going over to Indie Fixx.  Leave a comment there about your favorite books if you get a chance!

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