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cheryl keyes Posted - May 09 2016 : 05:50:13 AM
hi all im in need of some reading material would love to hear some suggestions.. thanks

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JeanP Posted - Sep 12 2021 : 11:46:35 AM
Recently learned how to use the library app called Libby -- Awesome. My first "borrowed" Kindle book was "The Little Paris Book Store" by Nina George. What a great read -- part love story, self help book, cookbook, French travelogue and grief counselor all rolled into one delightful novel. Check it out.
jean

"However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at."
. . . .Stephen Hawking
AndreaPA Posted - Sep 12 2021 : 09:51:38 AM
Hi Linda, I would like to read more from this author too. I will be checking the book store next time I am out.

Not sure if this is the right place for this comment. The latest issue of MaryJanes Farm mentions the movie The Biggest Little Farm. I watched this movie on a plane. A local farm sponsored this movie at the local theatre and I wasn't able to go so I was happy to find it on a flight that actually had movies. This is a great movie. While I was watching it the woman next to me started asking questions about it. Had to take the ear buds out to tell her what was going on. LOL


Andrea
Farmgirl# 8166
Granny of 10 Posted - Sep 03 2021 : 09:49:45 AM
Andrea,I read Churchills Secret Messenger last year. It was a good book and I enjoyed it so much.I want to read more from this author


We live by Faith,not by Sight 2Corinthians5:7
YellowRose Posted - Jul 22 2021 : 12:24:55 PM
I'm reading two books. Ancient Remedies by Dr. Josh Axe for my body and The Book of Mysteries by Jonathan Cahn for my spiritual life.

FarmGirl Hugs, Sara
FarmGirl Sister #6034 Aug 2014
FarmGirl of the Month Sept 2015 & Feb 2019

Lord put your arm around my shoulders & your hand over my mouth.
MBurns Posted - Jul 22 2021 : 12:13:22 PM
Just finished Fannie flagged book the wonder boy for book club, and now the book of lost names for book club. Happy reading.

Farmgirl friends are fun.
katmom Posted - Jul 21 2021 : 2:16:09 PM
I just finished reading the label on my Aloe~mango juice jar!!!
snorks-n-giggles!


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Happiness is being a katmom and Glamping Diva!

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AndreaPA Posted - Jul 19 2021 : 4:52:41 PM
Finished Churchills Secret Messenger a few weeks ago. Started The Moonshiners Daughter last night. Other than that, going through some canning books.


Andrea
Farmgirl# 8166
Dreamer42 Posted - May 29 2021 : 11:48:23 AM
Just finished: Recipes for a sacred life! Great collection of recipes for love, life, and lessons learned! Witty, too!

Dreamer42
Farmgirl Sister #7038
Dreamer42 Posted - May 14 2021 : 8:56:31 PM
Just finished the Guernsey literary and potato Peel pie society, great read. Just read the letters, don't try and focus too much on who each letter was to and from like I did at first, the story will flow!

My new book Im starting today is titled: recipe for a sacred life. Includes true stories and a few miracles!

Dreamer42
Farmgirl Sister #7038
JeanP Posted - Mar 11 2021 : 08:55:53 AM
I have read all of her books. I consider her one of my all-time favorite authors. I had recommended "Four Winds" on the FEED SACK swaps pages and hope several Farmgirls read it. She really captures the resilience of women under the harshest of circumstances, doesn't she . . .
jean

"However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at."
. . . .Stephen Hawking
MBurns Posted - Mar 11 2021 : 07:12:04 AM
Just finished excellent book by Kristen Hannah "Four Winds". It was a wonderful read and I recommend it highly. Love reading and luckily have a nearby library open. Also found a thrift store that sells books for 25cents. Happy reading.

Farmgirl friends are fun.
JeanP Posted - Mar 10 2021 : 6:35:47 PM
I am just starting a new book by one of my all time favorite authors -- Isabel Allende. The book is "The Soul of a Woman". Sounds like it will be very inspiring. I'll let you know.
jean

"However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at."
. . . .Stephen Hawking
Audra Rose Posted - Mar 10 2021 : 3:38:08 PM
I enjoy reading Nora Ephron. When I was in a thrift store recently I found a copy of my favorite book, "I Feel Bad About My Neck." I gave my last copy to my daughter.


Vanessa
Farmgirl Sister #6754
Killarney Posted - Sep 07 2020 : 4:14:53 PM
Barbara, I love Fannie Flag! I have read all of her books. I own one signed copy!
Connie#3392
HollerGirl56 Posted - Nov 27 2019 : 2:38:35 PM
Well ladies---I grew tired of Lizzie Borden and have moved on to Christmas stories and Fannie Flagg. always reading---sometimes two books at once. My love of reading may be a curse---I read everything I see.

Old Age Ain't No Place For Sissies!------Bette Davis
loribeck Posted - Oct 22 2019 : 7:39:48 PM
That is freaky, Barbara. I will have to check into the new Lizzie Borden book. I have watched the movie a couple of times.

Farmgirl 7774

Never miss a sunset

Lori Beck
HollerGirl56 Posted - Oct 22 2019 : 10:17:44 AM
Ladies--- I am reading the new 2019 book about Lizzie Borden. I finally understand how she did it---I think---all us college girls loved the Elizabeth Montgomery movie in college---and I got hooked. OMG--- I hope I wasn't Lizzie in a past life---LOL> It turns out Elizabeth Montgomery was a distant cousin to Lizzie---freaky or what? Happy Halloween!

Old Age Ain't No Place For Sissies!------Bette Davis
loribeck Posted - Jun 26 2019 : 7:37:45 PM
I'm a huge fan of James Patterson. I love the Alex Cross series. I'm hooked on his books.

Lori Beck
etcharb Posted - Jun 26 2019 : 1:57:42 PM
Kim,

I read Lost Roses. It was great. I liked it even better than Lilac Girls. Last month I attended a talk given by the author, Martha Hall Kelley, and was able to meet her and have her sign my book afterwards. She's a very gracious person. It was a real treat!

Eileen

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Nanniekim Posted - Apr 25 2019 : 7:59:51 PM
Nora I love the Greenvalley book fair. I always go there when I visit my daughter in Virginia. Last time I wished I had an extra suitcase!

Right now I'm reading Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly. A gift from my kids. Enjoying it so far.

Kim
nubidane Posted - Apr 21 2019 : 7:51:29 PM
All of Barbara Kingsolver books are compelling. I am particularly drawn to The Poisonwood Bible, bit all of her reads are worth it.
etcharb Posted - Apr 21 2019 : 6:29:15 PM
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle is one of my favorite books. I've read it twice and will probably read it again someday.

Eileen

https://www.eileenofinlan.com/
JennyBryant7807 Posted - Mar 15 2019 : 7:36:55 PM
I'm reading Animal, vegetable, miracle for one of my badges and love it! It fits my lifestyle of self sufficiency and inspiring at the same time!

Mom-wife-teacher of littles-Farmgirl
firecatinc Posted - Mar 15 2019 : 1:17:41 PM
I went to Greenvalley Bookfair and got an Amish Quilting Trilagy which Inam enjoying on these Spring like days.

Nora
Farmgirl Sister #7131
Farmgirl of the Month, January 2017
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ddmashayekhi Posted - Mar 15 2019 : 11:03:34 AM
I have been fortunate enough to read many wonderful books this winter. Two stand out because of their superb stories that made me smile, think, laugh and cry. Both books were the authors first ones, "The Lido" by Libby Page (England) and "The Red Address Book" by Sofia Lundberg (Sweden).

I hope you can find these books at your library. They tell the story of elderly women who's life stories are told and entwined with the young women who become a part of their life. Please take the time out to look them up! Both authors are amazing and I hope their next books will come out soon.

"Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts." - Winston Churchill

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