What are we talking about today?

Some days have themes. I don't necessarily post something in each of these topic areas every week.

Sunday: Church-related or spiritual things.
Monday: Running.
Tuesday: Books.
Wednesday: Transportation.
Friday: Green living.

01 April 2014

A is for Anne. And Across.

Geez, the first day of A to Z and I already have a tie! So not cool!

So, this A to Z series is all about my favourite book, or series of books, that begins with the letter of the day. I couldn't decide between:

Anne of Green Gables, series, L.M. Montgomery


Across the Universe, series, Beth Revis

Images from Goodreads.

So! Two fairly different genres to kick us off. What's your favourite 'A' book?

Runners up: Anna and the French Kiss, As the Waltz Was Ending


Anonymous said...

Love the Anne series...can't go wrong with that.

Chadwick said...

All Creatures Great and Small
- I guess because it is one of my memories with my Grandpa that stands at the heart of his world and the world he raised me in.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

I like the Anne of Green Gables series, too. Anne of the Island is my favorite.

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J E Oneil said...

Oh, don't make me choose. If I don't totally hate a book, then it's one of my favorites.

Su Wilcox said...

@Delores: So true!

@Chadwick: Nice.

@Su-sieee: Excellent spelling choice on your username! Not sure which Anne is my favourite. Not the last one, which is more about the kids. Other than that... dunno.

@JE: Tell me about it. Not sure what turmoil I've set myself up for here!

Gwen Gardner said...

I didn't read Anne until I was an adult, then I devoured the whole series. I loved it! From the A-Z http://untetheredrealms.blogspot.com

Su Wilcox said...

Gwen: Yep, me too. Just read them for the first time a couple of years ago.

Anna K. Stewart said...

Oh I love Anne of Green Gables! I read the entire series when I was a kid! Haven't read the other one. May have to check it out.

I have a terrible time picking favorites...and how do you top Anne?

Su Wilcox said...

I know! So hard!