I'm being a huge lazy bones and haven't been running (as much... some), I've been eating like mad, and am currently drinking a Pepsi Throwback (made with real sugar, not high fructose corn syrup... Not sure I like it better but whatever. It is what is in the house.)
I've also been going through the boxes and boxes of books of mine that I have here at my folks' and picking out books I want to reread. I suppose that means this year's theme will be great re-reads. I know I've said this before. I settled upon Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende--who is, by far, my favorite author. I've seen her speak in person twice. She's brilliant and hilarious. Her first novel, The House of the Spirits, is my favorite and (in my humble opinion) her best work but I'm remembering how good Daughter of Fortune is. I guess that's why Oprah picked it for her book club...
Here is my full (so far) reread list:
Portrait in Sepia - Isabel Allende (kind of goes with DOF)
The Kitchen God's Wife - Amy Tan (I love Amy Tan and have read most, if not all of her books.)
The Book Thief - Markus Zusak
Falling Angels - Tracy Chevalier (I talked about her the other day and keep thinking how much I remember liking this one.)
Bibliophiles, what books have you read that you would love to read again?
Have a great and sunny day!