I haven’t been following this, but here it is. Popped up in a Twitter or something. So now I know. Who won’t be Lisbeth and who will be Mikael. Will I see these movies? Not sure. Will I watch the second Swedish movie when it comes to the Wehrenberg? I think so.
How about you?
Off to read!
I’m about half done with August’s Oprah magazine! I haven’t been this caught up in the ten years I’ve been a subscriber! Crazy.
I am faithful to the O Magazine. As I said, I’ve been a subscriber for ten years and my current subscription will run out in February of 2012. I read it cover to cover and use book marks, take notes of things to look up (books, music, websites) and keep them all on a shelf. I love almost all the columnists – especially Lisa Kogen and Martha Beck.
I just started reading Eating Well and enjoy it a LOT but it doesn’t take a lot to sit down and read it – and then it ends up being kind of a reference in the recipe book cupboard. I discovered it when I received vouchers for lots of free magazine subscriptions for my Northwest Airlines points. So I get Wine Enthusiast (which costs almost $80 a year????), Travel & Leisure (who has the money for those trips?), W (a waste of paper) and Eating Well. I renewed Eating Well and will continue to enjoy it. I just put out many issues of the other magazines in the recycling this morning. I know I should have donated them somewhere, but for the sake of getting them out of the house they are now recycled.
Once I subscribed to the New Yorker. I thought it would be fun to get a literary magazine, but I found that I didn’t read it that often. The O Magazine is one that I’ve stuck with – and now have a rule that I won’t subscribe to any others because I don’t have time for any others. Now that the subscriptions to those crazy magazines are starting to expire my paper clutter will also diminish a bit, right?
I used to love reading Cricket when I was younger – about 12. I still like to go and look at them in our elementary library and I always encourage kids to check them out. They are “literary,” too, so not interesting to many. Just story geeks.
Are there magazines that you are a faithful reader of? How do you read them – cover to cover or by looking at the table of contents for what interests you? What do you do with them when you’re done? What’s the craziest magazine subscription you’ve had? Or one that you wish you were brave enough to get?
Well, off to read!
Just barely. It is almost July 2 already! Time just keeps flying…
Last night, June 30, we met to discuss “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.” I haven’t started the second book yet, but Jess was more than 2/3 done and feeling like she didn’t want to put it down! It’s definitely going to get read this weekend. I can’t wait. But I think we had a good discussion last night, even though the page numbers in the questions didn’t correlate with the paperback copies of the book, so we had to guess sometimes what they were asking. The movie comes out on DVD next week so maybe we’ll meet again and watch the movie after we’ve read all the books. Our goal is to discuss the second book by the end of July.
So since I read that first book I’ve read a few Oprah magazines (I’m so ahead of the game!) and some lighter books – which I thoroughly enjoyed! I was ripping through them quickly for a while! But then i did more magazine reading (and baseball watching) and didn’t get as much reading done. Now today I started a Jane Green book from the library (curse you, library, for your temptations!) and I’m half done. I would like to re-read the 7th Harry Potter book before the movie comes out in November – I have no memory of the plot of that book. It was the last book I read before the flood and my brain changed for a while (maybe forever?) and it is just gone. So I’ll re-do. Gladly. I loved those books.
So my pile of books to read next include: “The Girl Who Played with Fire,” “Best Friends Forever,” “The Stormchasers,” “South of Broad,” “Everything She Thought She Wanted,” and now, “Other People’s Weddings.” Hard to choose where to start. So I chose Jane Green. “The Other Woman,” about a woman’s mother-in-law from hell.
I must say, I like blogging. It’s probably boring for those who read (if anyone reads – wink wink) but I missed writing these last few weeks. No excuses… just busy with kiddo stuff. Gracie and Rees were here one Monday and last Monday I was feeling a little punky. I think it was allergies, as the meds seem to be helping.
And now I’m so excited about heading to the lake – I’m bringing three books along and if I read them all (unlikely) there is a walmart close and I can find something else! As I remember about our trip to FL in March, it’s hard to read a lot when your eyes are closed and you are worshiping the sun. So we’ll see what I get read.
I haven’t finished packing yet, but I’m going to get up early. So… off to read!