Saturday, September 23, 2006

Who's Been Tagged

I have been tagged by Julie over at Flip this Body. She tagged me a couple days ago and I've been sick and haven't blogged. So now that I'm feeling a little better here goes...

1. One book that changed your life- hardest question first.

To Kill a Mocking Bird. I've been an avid reader all my life and I was pretty young when I read this book for the first time. It was the first book that allowed me to escape. I felt like I was a part of this book as I was reading. It covered so many different experiences and depths of emotion that I couldn't help but feel changed and a part of.

2. One Book That You've Read More Than Once.

What Looks Like Crazy On An Ordinary Day. This book just always makes me feel better. So I've read it quite a few times.

3. One Book That You'd Want On A Desert Island.

I Know This Much Is True. This is one long book so it would keep me occupied for awhile. It's also really really good!

4. One Book That Made You Laugh.

God Said Ha! Oh my I laughed so hard reading this book! I was actually reading it on an airplane and the people around me were a bit annoyed. It was way funny and I couldn't help but laugh outloud!

5. One Book That Made You Cry.

Tuesdays with Morrie. Enough Said!

6. One Book That You Wish You Had Written.

What Looks Like Crazy On An Ordinary Day. I feel like I could have written that book.

7. One Book You Wish Had Never Been Written.

I can't answer this one... I just can't think of one. I have a lot of books I don't like but I wouldn't want them to not be written. Sorry just don't know about this...

8. One Book That You Are Reading Right Now.

I'm reading Suspicion of Deceit by Barbara Parker.

9. One Book That You Have Been Meaning To Read.

90 Minutes In Heaven. Been trying to work myself up to reading... We will see if that happens soon!

10. Tag five others that you would like to do this meme. Laci, Cactus Freak, Henry, Meowkat, LaughterThoughts.


Julie said...

I heart to Kill a Mockingbird! I wanted to include it in my list, but there was no "what's the most profound, yet simple book you've ever read?" I actually read this book as an adult, while on a long weekend trip to a lakehouse. The family that owned the house had a paperback copy, and I was bored a lot of the time because we were there visiting Mike's friends, so I read it, and loved it, and then stole the book! HAHAHA I'm evil!!!

Meowkaat said...

And you were my Sunday blog for review.... how coincidental. or not.

Henry Martin said...

Though I have been an avid reader in the past, it will take a bit of thinking to answer some of these.

By the way, I have never gone by "Harry" but I would probably prefer it to "Hank." In all the years of watching TV, I only saw "Henry Martin" as a character name once. And He went by "Hank." I got "Henry" from my dad and granddad. A fine name meaning "ruler of the home" [Heinrich< Heim (home) reich (ruler)]from the German.

CactusFreek said...

I got tagged not long ago so i might have to give my visitors a rest for a while. Besides, My answers will be pretty short! lol