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Kiss a Girl in the Rain 2. I'm in for 50 Kindle books. Dec 05, AM. Since I plan on reading books from my shelf anyways, I will be joinning this. Physical: 1. Crazy 2. Firefight 3. Hold Me Closer, Necromancer 4. Necromancing the Stone 5. Pollyanna 2. Catching Fire 3. The Da Vinci Code. I hope this is a good incentive. My books are mainly audio and ebooks. Clear the Shelves Duration: January 1st - December 31st, Physical books which are either passed on to family or friends or donated.
Wonder by R. Dec 05, PM. I don't really do audiobooks so haven't counted them in this. What a great challenge! Physical Ebooks Will update later. Refuge 2. The Three-Body Problem 3. The Dark Forest 4. Death's End 5. The Magicians 7. The Magician's Land 8. Barkskins 9. Arcadia Planetfall After Atlas Seveneves The Nightingale Mann: The afterlife and times of the Devil's Acquisitor ad Infinitum Children of God The Sparrow The Name of the Rose The Name of the Wind Beach Music The Invisible Bridge.
Dec 06, AM. Dec 06, PM. I know that this to-read list will get bigger as these are off the top of my head I've recently moved house some of these books are still in boxes! I'm in for 15! Dec 07, AM. Dec 07, PM. I'm in for 30! I'm in for 24 books! Dec 08, AM. I have a huge owned-but-not-read pile. I'll aim for 20 physical and 5 e-books. Please sign me up for 40 books - love this challenge, it is much needed! Clear the Shelves Duration: January 1 - December 31, This challenge is a way to clean out all of your bookshelves: your physical, your electric, and your audible ones!
I'm going to sign up for reading 40 books that I already owned prior to December 31st My backlist is huge so this should be a doddle! I'll fill in the books as I go. Dec 08, PM. So I have a lot of books that I already own that I have to read. Then things got out of control!
High Fidelity 2. A Brief History of Time 3. Belief In Allah 4. Marvel, Vol. Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China 6. Tafsir Ibn Kathir 7. Tuesdays with Morrie 9. The Road The Big Sleep 2. Beauty 3. Goldilocks 4. Briar Rose 5. Rapunzel 6. Close to Home 7. Red 8. A Study in Scarlet 3. The Sign of Four 4.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 5. Stumbling on Happiness 7. Not Dead Yet: The Memoir 9. See the updated web link for your updates! Welcome to the challenge everyone! Dec 09, PM. I'm in for 50 books. I'm in for 10 books, but I think the number will go up as the year progresses.
Middengard Sagas Omninbus: Books 1 to 3 - set aside and finally finished it! Cinder - Counts toward yearly challenge 3. And so true! Dec 10, AM. Kadijah, I've finally got the right number of books on 24! Just thought I'd write another message in case you miss it! If anyone wants to know which books I'm using, here's the shelf for this challenge!
The Ersatz Elevator 2. The Vile Village 3. The Hostile Hospital 4. The Carnivorous Carnival 5. Dust 6. The City of Mirrors 7. In the Company of Cheerful Ladies 8. A Brief History of Seven Killings The Night Circus The Dark Lake The Lying Game The Windup Girl Night Film Whistling Past the Graveyard Coming Clean The Devil's Star Kindle Books 1.
Passenger 19 2. The Boy on the Bridge 4. Fractured 5. Triptych 6. Dawn Girl 8. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Between Before He Kills The Colony The Cat Who Saw Red Becoming Human. Just the challenge for me. Sign me up for 75 please.
I'll mix paperbacks with kindle as I go. Hope that's ok. Physical books read: 1. Beard Science The Falcons of Montabard The Duke and I The Graveyard Book The Last Wish Boy's Life Archangel Angel-Seeker Fool's Assassin Fool's Quest The Heroes Best Served Cold Kindle books read: 1. The Frog Prince 3. A romance novel written by a man, and I loved it. Just Remember to Breathe was my fourth novel, and it was both the easiest and the hardest I'd ever written.
Easiest because the writing flowed quicker than anything I'd ever written before. But hardest, because it hit home in a lot of ways. The novel was inspired by my own first love, in a foreign country thousands of miles away a lifetime ago. About the Author Charles Sheehan-Miles has been a soldier, computer programmer, short-order cook and non-profit executive, and is the author of several fiction and non-fiction books, including the indie bestsellers Just Remember to Breathe and Republic: A Novel of America's Future.
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There is a cliched line there somewhere, but I won't use it! I think I inadvertedly left the best until last. Just Remember to Breathe was a gem, an eye opener and one hell of a story. I didn't realize at the time, but this book is written by a man. Forgive my obvious sexist retort, but the title alone is beautiful, and I'm not saying a man can write romance, it just isn't something I think about when I think about romance books.
That said, I think it gave it an edge, and edge you son't usually get from the genre. There was a gritty realism to the story and that only enhanced the whole story. I loved Alex, the broken, yet "I will still get up in the morning" heroine. A few years previous she had been an exchange student to Tel Aviv and had fallen madly, passionately and whole heartedly in love with Dylan.
Dylan wasn't only broken, he was flawed and fragile. He came from a completely different background than Alex and never quite felt he was somehow good enough for her. Because of that he kept his feelings inside and that had caused a split between them, one full of misunderstandings and regret. Something that would change their lives forever, as well as the people around them. So, Dylan is out of the army and Afghanistan.
Recovering from a bomb attack on his humvee he is nursing wounds that go deeper than the scars on his leg. He is now in New York, back at the same school as Alex, hoping and praying he doesn't meet her. But their paths are to cross I also loved the slow, deliberate way the story unfolded. It would be in the present, then flash back to the past explaining why Alex and Dylan were the way they were.
Dylan's story brought a lump to my throat on more than several occasions. I was so involved with them I was rooting for them all the way. The one night, a party was to change everything. A frat boy from Alex's past was to set Dylan on a course of down would spiral to soul redemption.
I had a lump in my throat. The subject matter I think maybe a little too adult for the book to be considered YA, but it was refreshing to have a romance set around the realities of war and sexual assault I know that sounds weird. That's what gave it it's edge. When Dylan finally came to his senses and realized his only hope of a future was to confront and accept the past I was cheering, his "I thought I'd stop by" line to Alex when he showed up on her doorstep in San Francisco from New York had tears in my eyes.
This story was truly wonderful. Any romance lover should read this book. I loved it Read more of my reviews at Never Judge a Book by its Movie [ One person found this helpful. So for the past few months I've found myself immersed in the world of YA -- a slippery slope which has been a lot of fun but also on occasion given me some pause. As a 43 year-old mother, wife, etc. Additionally, many of the books I've read all eBooks have been written by storytellers but NOT by writers.
I'm not merely complaining about the poor syntax, grammar, typos, but the actual story construction. It was simply wonderful. I like that the main characters think, are motivated, are aware of the world around them in both the parochial and catholic senses are intelligent and not merely in an academic way, although that's a plus, too , that our lead female, Alex, has a spine, a heart, a brain.
Our male lead, Dylan, feels really fleshed-out to me -- granted, I'm not a young man, never been in war, but he didn't feel at all stereotypical to me, what someone would imagine a teen reader would dream of in a young man because I doubt it would be Dylan. I also liked that many of the supporting characters have issues, seem real, felt developed but not in a steal-the-spotlight kind of way; they left me wanting me more, curious how their stories would unfold.
There were some exceptions, notably Alex's parents, to whom characteristics were ascribed which didn't feel quite genuine to me. But that's it, that's my quibble. I'm clearly not writing much about the story itself as there are other wonderful reviews here which do just that. But for readers like me, erudite, exacting while wanting to be lulled into a different world, "Just Remember to Breathe" is a fine book, and I look forward to reading more from this author.
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Bought July ! Tried to read now. Gave up. This was one of my early indiscriminate kindle purchases. Amazon page format has changed since then as shows its N. I bought when under military romance. It's a very strange book.
Very choppy. Jumps around from now to before and back again. Characters very young and act so immature. Some questionably racist language. Very unappealing so gave up and deleted from kindle. Report abuse. The story is about Alex and Dylan. They have history together that ended with a fight via Skype whilst Dylan was serving in Afghanistan and Alex was at college in New York.
After the fight Dylan deleted his social network and Skype accounts and disappeared from Alex's life. They end up in the same place at the say time and The story is about them connecting again whilst dealing with the heart break from before and Dylan's problems surrounding his injury.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. Once I started reading I didn't want to put it down. The author did a very good job of getting you to see how much they were still in love and the heartbreak between them. I loved the fact for the first part of the book you were left wondering what the argument could have been about and why Dylan acted like that, but are slowly fed this information, building a bit at a time.
The book is told in both perspectives, which is great because you get both sides of what happened in the past and what they are going through now. Dylan's story was different and it was interesting to see how this had shaped him. I liked both characters a lot usually one of the characters in a book will irritate me! This book has been in my "to be read" folder on my kindle for a while now but I finally decided to give it a go and I'm very glad I did.
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Rosemary Stimola, thank you for your agenting superpowers and your faith in the story from the start. Thank you to Lauren Strasnick, writing buddy extraordinaire, for your friendship and your invaluable help with this book. Thank you to my mother, Jane Finn, for more things than I have room to list here… but especially for all those magical Pennsylvania summers.
While this book was primarily written in Los Angeles, it was revised all over the place, and I owe a great deal of thanks to those who made that possible: Thank you to Susan MacTavish-Best, for the use of her beautiful, artbedecked Mill Valley home.
To Eric Berlow, for the use of his cabins in the Sierra Nevada—revising has never had such a gorgeous setting. And thank you to Nancy Quinn and Ginger Boyle, who made the house-renting process in the Poconos so easy. Finally, and above all, I must gratefully acknowledge Alex MacDonald. Thank you so much for finding us revising cabins, making scrambles, cheering me on, and always knowing when ice cream was needed.
I could never have done this without your support and encouragement. When I was sure that it was, I shouldered my purse and closed the door behind me quietly, then took the stairs down to the kitchen two at a time. It was nine a. I tried to ignore these as I headed across the kitchen, aiming for the back door.
Even though she was still wearing her pajamas, an ancient set decorated with glittery pointe shoes, her hair was up in a perfect bun. She frowned at me, eyes resting on my purse before traveling back to my face. Did you take it? Then she pivoted on her toe and stomped out of the kitchen, yelling as she went. My older brother, Warren, was struggling through it, laden with a bakery box and a tray of to-go coffees. Even though at nineteen he was only two years older than me, he was dressed, as usual, in khakis and a polo shirt, as though he might at any moment be called upon to chair a board meeting or play a round of golf.
He nodded and took another sip, as though he had all the time in the world. Warren headed toward the door, then stopped and turned back to me. But only few weeks ago, the idea of my father still being asleep at this hour—or for that matter, still home—would have been unthinkable. Warren nodded again and headed out of the kitchen. As soon as he was gone, I bolted for the door. I hurried down our driveway and, when I made it to the sidewalk, let out a long breath.
Then I started speed-walking down Greenleaf Road as quickly as possible. I could feel myself start to calm down the farther I walked. My heart sank a little as I saw Connie from the white house across the street, walking her dog and waving at me. There was no avoiding Connie without blatantly ignoring her or turning and running into the woods. And I had a feeling either of these options was behavior that might make it back to my mother immediately. I sighed and made myself smile at her as she got closer.
Her dog, a big, dumb-looking golden retriever, strained against his leash toward me, panting, tail wagging. I looked at him and took a small step away. User icon An illustration of a person's head and chest.
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