THE POWER OF A “GOOD READ” | Jennifer Probst


  1. You seduced me. Now I want to read all of those books. And I don’t have time. Unless of course I don’t do the laundry or dishes for a few days. Hmmm. Books? Laundry? Books? Laundry? which will I choose? 😉

  2. jennifer121 says:

    OH my dear friend, I would always choose the book!!! Laundry is always there, dirty, in piles, a thankless, endless job of boredom. How about we compromise? Read something really good first, Then do the laundry because you will be in a better mood! Of course, your children may need to weigh in on this decision if they have nothing to wear….

  3. Nancy Chaudhry says:

    I just got the girl with the dragon tatoo and i’m having a hard time getting into it. does it get better?

    • jennifer121 says:

      Yes! Stick with it, I was kind of bored the first solid quarter, towards the halfway mark things start picking up and then you will not be able to put it down. And book 2 moves fast. Let me know what you think!

  4. Liz says:

    Hi Jennifer:

    I’m reading a sci-fi novel called Vellum – not sure I’m going to stick with it – it is a little strange.

  5. Hi Jen!
    I took Simply Irresistible out of the library but returned it without reading it. I was busy and knew I would want to read the book from start to finish if I picked it up. I will try again. The Emily Griffin book sounds like one I’d like. I’ll have to check it out. (Thanks for adding to my TBR pile!)

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