Monday, April 12, 2010

Media Monday

It's that time again! For those of you just now joining, Media Monday is hosted by me, The Diva Bee. Each week is hosted with a different theme. Feel free to grab the Media Monday banner and post it on your own blog, and don't forget to link up as well!

This weeks media theme is books! Post your favorite love story and make sure you include the author and title of the book.


This week's MM was really hard for me. I am a sucker for a good love story so of course this would be a rough one for me. However, my final decision came down to James Patterson's "Sunday's at Tiffany's". I chose this one because the story is truly amazing, not quite practical, but definately something to get butterflies stirring in your tummy! Want to know more? Well, I refuse to tell you for the simple fact that I don't want to give away too much information.

Several of my other favorites:
True Believer- Nicholas Sparks
A Bend in the Road- Nicholas Sparks
Something Borrowed- Emily Giffon

I'm pretty much a sucker for anything written by Nicholas Sparks but I also highly suggest reading Something Borrowed by Emily Giffon... it will defiantely keep you on your toes.

So what's your favorite written love story?


  1. A Bend in the Road by Nicholas Sparks is one of my Favs.... I have to link up soon....I keep forgetting! I set posts to go off the night before so I am gonna have to put a sticky note on my computer LOL....

    Summer :0)

  2. I know by the time everything was revealed my eyes were open so big they probably looked like basketballs. Ha! Definately a winner in my book :) you really need to read Sundays at tiffanys and something borrowed. They're both amazing!!

  3. 1) LOVE the new layout! 2) I love Nicholas Sparks too! So hard to choose but I love "A Walk to Remember" and sounds super corny but I love the "love/romance" between Edward & Bella in the Twilight Saga ;) The Time Traveler's Wife was good too!

  4. For some reason I cannot bring myself to read twilight. Idk why but I just can't. Lol and thank you I love the layout as well I think Bailey did an awesome job!

  5. I didn't understand the whole "phenomenon" either until after my sister pestered me into reading it and then I was HOOKED! I think if you watch the movie, it'll encourage you to want to read it ;) And yes, Bailey did an awesome job!

  6. Emily Giffin is great. Something Borrowed is one of my favorite books ever.


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