Next on my bookshelf:
1) Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna- Normally, I stick to books that are either recommended to me or that show up on several bestseller lists. This one, however, I bought solely because of the reviews online.
2) Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte- I read this back in high school and loved it. Years later, I can't remember as much of it as I'd like, so I'm reading it again. It's a great classic novel!
3) Mother Teresa: Her Essential Wisdom by Carol Kelly-Gangi - This is actually a collection of quotes by Mother Teresa. I have always looked up to her, and I'm excited to have this collection. I plan on reading a few a day, any more than that, and it will be hard to remember them.
4) For One More Day by Mitch Albom- I think Albom's reading is among the best of the modern day. It's inspirational to say the least. After reading Have A Little Faith and Tuesdays With Morrie, I'm excited to see what lies within the binding of this one.
5) The Bourne Objective by Eric Van Lustbader- Yes, as in Jason Bourne. I'm not that far into it, but it's good so far. Great for reading on a car ride. Definitely not a classic, but still entertaining.
1) At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks- I read this one in about 3 days, and during those few days, it was like an appendage. I was completely attached. The book follows Jeremy and Lexie through their whirlwind love story after a chance meeting. I laughed, but I cried even more. Talk about a tear-jerker! This is a great book for the beach, and great to read before bed if you don't mind staying awake a few more hours than you expected because you just can't put it down!Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde- This is one of my favorite books of all time. I was completely hooked from the moment I started the book. I'm not sure how many times I've read my copy, but the pages are getting a little worn, let's put it that way. This book features all the edge-of-your-seat drama and heartbreaking love story features as books of today, but with a bonus: Wilde writes eloquently, in a way that is hard to find these days.