Our Lives in Books

Our good friend Simon of Stuck in a Book has been running a series on his blog called My Life in Books, and he was kind enough to ask both Jenny and I to join in the fun this week. Each day, a pair of bloggers share a few favorite books from various points in their lives and then comment on each other’s choices.

On Monday, I had the pleasure of sharing the stage with the always lively and passionate Rachel of Book Snob. And today, Jenny shares the spotlight with another favorite blogger, Kim of Reading Matters. The series is lots of fun, so do go check it out.

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5 Responses to Our Lives in Books

  1. Simon T says:

    Thanks so much for participating, ladies! It was lovely to find out more about your reading lives.

  2. thanks… heading there

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  4. helen says:

    Hello Jenny and Teresa, I have found your blog via Stuck in a Book and Jenny’s love of ‘The Night They Stole the Alphabet’ – I’ve had my cup of tea and lie-down now but am still delighted to have met someone else who’s read it. Why don’t more people love it?

    Anyway, your blog looks fascinating and I am looking forward to exploring it, Ford Madox Ford and Italo Calvino are just up my street!

  5. boardinginmyforties says:

    I learned of this feature from Danielle’s blog and read all of the interviews so far. Thank you for linking us to your interview and letting everybody know about this interesting feature on Simon’s blog. I also discovered Simon’s blog this way!

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