Book Babbles Vol. 1




Do you have one of those friends that you can get together with and it always feels like you saw them yesterday?  It could have been months since you last saw them, but you are able to pick up right where you left off and talk like you were never apart.  My friend Erin is like that.

I don't get to see Erin very often, but when I do we always have a great time.  We talk about everything under the sun, from husbands and babies, to taxes and politics, to TV shows and books.  Especially books.  Erin and I both read a lot, and we have similar tastes - I love visiting bookstores with her.  We'll walk along the Christian book section and point out different ones that we have read, and explain why we liked them or didn't like them.

Last time on one such visit, as Erin and I were haunting the back wall at Barnes and Noble, I realized I really like to talk about books.  

Then another dear friend, Felicia, (who I've never actually met, but we've known each other since we were 12 years old), started a book YouTube channel.  I have so enjoyed watching her talk about all her favorites.

And so I thought, why not?  I am going to do a book vlog.

I am hoping to do vlogs on all things bookish once a month or so - I love reading other people's thoughts on books, but there is something fun about hearing someone talk about a book they liked.  I am excited about this series!  This is the first installment.

(Also, I said the first book in the series I'm reading was called "Table For Two" in this video.  Strike that. It's actually called "A Table By The Window" by Hillary Manton Lodge).





What is a book you are excited about reading in the near future?
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Michelle said...

Great idea : ) Love it! I enjoyed this book!

Kelsey said...

What a fun idea! I love this. I too am a book lover! I read a little bit of everything from about every genre [except sci fi]. I just finished "UNoffendable" by Brant Hansen. Really great challenge to my faith. I'm actually reading a Grisham novel now [my husband's 88 year old grandma loves to talk Grisham novels with me, so I keep reading them], and an Anne Lammot book [which I'm not loving yet]. Looking forward to this series of your.

Callie Nicole said...

Oh, I always love law fiction! I read a Grisham novel several years ago, maybe I need to pick up another one - have you heard of Randy Singer? He writes Grisham-esque novels too that I enjoy! I've heard of "Unoffendable" - it sounds good!

Callie Nicole said...

I finally finished all the other books I had to read, so now I'm sitting down with this one - I love it so far!

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