Books for Aurora

I came across a post I’d published on April 28, 2014 on Jodie titled “A Girl’s Got to Dream, Right?’ I had bought over a 100 books that year and had my sister, Jackie, take this cheesy photo of me. PS: I still fit into those black shorts.

Back then I was so in love with 11 books that I believed if ever I had kids, they’d have to read them, and the eleven were:

  1. Of Marriageable AgeΒ byΒ Sharon Maas
  2. In the Kitchen by Monica Ali
  3. The Poet by Michael Connelly
  4. The Line of Beauty by Alan Hollinghurst
  5. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
  6. Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier
  7. A French Affair by Susan Lewis
  8. The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh
  9. Dreams of Rivers and Seas by Tim Parks
  10. An Invisible Sign of My Own by Aimee Bender

And lastly…”A Father’s Portrait.”

It’s been three years and I’ve bought and read many more books that I have safely stored in my collection hoping that someday, I’ll have the chance to pick one and say “you should read this,” because who knows what would be popular then.

I’d probably shove my whole collection into her face but only time will tell. So, here goes something and I am glad that Sharon Maas is still on that list!

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4 thoughts on “Books for Aurora”

  1. HEYYY!! 😊 All these books look SOOOOOOO pretty! 😍😍😍 uhhh….I am JEALOUS of you now! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    And that pic with piles of books and you in the middle – SOO CUTE!! 😍

    Looove your blog and you just made my tbr for the next month wayyyyyy longer. πŸ˜†

    Anyway, HAVE A GORGEOUS DAY and you have an amazing blog. I hope to read more. 😊😊

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