My first thought when I read this post by Janet on Aunt Beulah’s blog was, “What a great idea! I will reblog!” Then I thought, “How in the world will I be able to remember the books I’ve read from way back then?” Instead, when specific titles elude me, I’ve included the authors.
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“Janet,” a friend said, “I just finished a great book, and I think you’d like it.” Few words rivet my attention like those; though recently “You won’t need another colonoscopy for ten years” came close.
I smiled when she told me the book’s title and author: A Tangled Web written in 1931 by L.M. Montgomery, the author who brightened my childhood with Anne of Green Gables. I devoured Anne and its sequels, but soon abandoned the plucky orphan for Jo of Little Women. Still, I remember Anne: a talkative youngster with hair accidentally dyed green who lived on a wooded island surrounded by the sea.
Some books I enjoy in the moment; some I remember; some I treasure.
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