From Danielle’s blog:
We all leave our “footprint” on the world, in one way or another. We each, individually, do something or are someone that makes the world a little better just by being here. I created this weekly meme to get to know the blogging community I love just a bit better. To know what makes them tick, outside of books, that is. Each week I will post a question to be answered in the following week’s “A Bit of Me(Me)”. Check back each Saturday to get the info for next week’s post and link up with your current post right here.
This week’s question: What’s your favorite color? Or maybe you have multiple favorites, which ones? Be creative with how you tell us if you have time.
As far as my wardrobe, it consists mainly of black, can’t go wrong and easy to accessorize. The rest is jeans and colorful tops.
From Yvonne’s site:
I’ve wanted to start a meme like this for a long time. It’s “Anything Goes on Saturday”. It’s a chance to choose any topic you want and talk about it on Saturday – it can be about a book, TV show, movie, a recipe or just an update on your week. Whatever you choose.
Today’s Topic: Rereading Books
I have seen where many bloggers enjoy rereading books. Have you? I never have and quite honestly not sure if I understand why. There are so many books just waiting to be read, I know that I have such an extensive personal tbr bucket list (notably named because of my age) I don’t think I will ever be able to read them all. I was talking with Julie from Reading Without Restraint about this the other night on the phone. I read the first 4 books of the Women’s Murder Club by James Patterson many, many years ago and can’t remember what they were about and recently have won some of the latest in the series. I have some GC so was thinking I would purchase the earlier ones and start from the beginning. But this will be the first time I have ever reread a book.
Would love to hear your thoughts on rereading books. Do you? Is it as enjoyable knowing how the story plays out? What makes you want to reread a book? Or do you feel that there are too many other books to be read?