August 9, 2016

30 Days of Books :: Day 2

Hello, my lovelies! I'm back for more bookish fun. Yay! :) I like this meme, even if I have trouble narrowing my choice down to one book. Let's see how I do today, yes?

{joining Jenni}

Day 2 :: A book you've read more than three times

Aaaaahhhh! Okay, seriously, HOW am I supposed to only pick one?! Jenni, did you make these questions hard on purpose? *sigh* I keep trying to be reasonable and logical, but I'm a reader. I reread a lot. It's why I have my own library basically, so I can reread all the bookish goodness to my hearts content. Therefore, asking me to pick only ONE that I've reread more than three times....I don't wanna choose! Humph. Okay, okay, let me think on it.....

990165So I'm going to go with Splitting Harriet by Tamara Leigh. I have reread this one countless times. I'm not sure what it is about Harri that I connect with, her life has been way different than mine. But I do understand her fears and how staying safe and comfortable is so much easier than being bold and stepping out in faith! And her antics always make me laugh. I think the reason I reread this one so often is because it's simply a feel good story. The drama is quite understated and the romance is pretty adorable. It simply makes me smile every time I read it, which is exactly what I need sometimes. (Maybe a lot of times...)

But just so you know, I totally coulda chosen at least three or four more books! I'll just save them for another post, but still...! ;)

What book(s) have you read more than three times? Or do you reread at all? (I know some people don't.)


  1. I don't reread nearly as much as I used to but I want to. Especially because everything new I read lately is mediocre as best. I feel like reteading an old favorite because I know I'll love it!

    1. Jenny: Whatwith all the new books constantly being published, I totally understand when people say they don't have time to reread old favorites. I sometimes struggle with that as well. But there always seems to be a moment where I need a comfort read. So I'll pull out whatever sounds good and only read my favorite chapters or moments. It helps to read something I know I'm going to love when I'm needing a pick me up.

      There's definitely something about starting a book knowing you're going to love it, isn't there? :)

  2. I know how you feel. I chose my books ahead of time so I wouldn't repeat. It also helped me choose because I knew other books would fit other clues. ;)

    1. Jenni: I should've done that! What a great idea. I'm not too far into the 30 days yet, perhaps I should go ahead and do it... Because yes! So many books fit so many of the categories! :)


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