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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Thursday Interpretation #16 & Library Uneviled #6

Thursday Interpretations is a "meme," which means that you may participate in this on your blog, but I won't be advertising it nor adding a Linky for links to your post/s.

Anyway, Thursday Interpretation will be a weekly post where I post a motivational quote (and/or a book quote) and tell you my feelings about it. You are more than welcome to post a comment telling how you feel about the quote.

*Remember that these are only my opinions. They are not influenced by anyone else.*

This week's motivational quote:

"The shortest distance between a problem and a solution is the distance between your knees and the floor." ~Unknown

My Thoughts: When you have a problem, and don't know what to do, pray about it! Jesus (or whomever you worship) will be there to help you.

This meme was started by my good 'ole blogging friend, The Mad Scientist @ Steampunkery & Book Reviews; every Thursday, you are supposed to post 5 books from your shelf and maybe give a snippet of your thoughts about the book. You can use physical books, ebooks, audios, whatever you have that makes up your library :). This week I'm unveiling:

Wild Child by Mike Wells:
Mike asked me to review this novel, and I finished read it last week. I loved it! I believe what I read was only a sample, but it was still awesome :D

Her Dear and Loving Husband by Meredith Allard:
Will be reading this one for a book tour. Love the cover! Can't wait to start it :)

Tower of Parlen Min by Matt Xell:
Matt asked me to read this not too long ago; I will be starting it hopefully in July.

Dreamwalk by Sarah MacManus:
For the L♥ve of Reading was asked to read this, and I, in turn, passed it along to Leanne. Lee loved it, so I'm looking forward to starting it!

Solid (Solid, #1) by Shelley Workinger:
Shelley asked me to read this a little while ago, and, sadly with this beuatiful cover, I still haven't started it. I plan on starting by mid-July at the latest, though. I really do luhv the cover! :D

What's in your library?


Nay said...

Hi there:) Do we use the quote you used or any quote that would inspire us?

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