Bridget Reads

Bridget Reads

Reader, Vlogger, Mother of two Human Boys and 2 Hamsters named Harold (Chinese),  Felix (Male Roborovski) [RIP Oreo (Hamster-Robo)]


I love to read, listen to music, watch true crime shows, WWE (yes, I know it's scripted), Grimm, Pretty Little Liars & more.

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3 Stars
What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen
What Happened to Goodbye - Sarah Dessen

To find out my thoughts, click on the title above. 

4 Stars
Our Sunday Best: A For Better or Worse Collection by Lynn Johnston
More Than a Month of Sundays: A for Better or for Worse Sunday Collection - Lynn Johnston

"Our Sunday Best" is the actual title of what I read but for some reason, I can't find it on here. Not much to say about this little bind up of comic strips except they were cute with a mix of "damn, this family is annoying" in some of them. Lol

Reading progress update: I've read 200 out of 402 pages.
What Happened to Goodbye - Sarah Dessen
2017 Year in Review

Popsugar Reading Challenge, Big Book Challenge, Cruisin' Thru the Cozies, etc

3 Stars
Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber
Mrs. Miracle - Debbie Macomber

For my thoughts on this book, go to Bridget Blogs Books 

Reading progress update: I've read 76 out of 352 pages.
Mrs. Miracle - Debbie Macomber

Needed a sweet Christmas read and or course Debbie Macomber does that! I happened to have seen this while shopping either at thriftbooks or better world books(.com) And I found Mr Miracle at my recent book shopping at Julia's cafe (used bookstore near me- through habitat for humanity) 

2.5 Stars
The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
The Upside of Unrequited - Becky Albertalli

 For my thoughts on this book, go to Bridget Blogs Books

P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
P.S. I Like You - Kasie West

Go to Bridget Blogs Books to read my thoughts on this book. It does open in a new tab/window. 

This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen
This Lullaby - Sarah Dessen

Get my thoughts @ Bridget Blogs Books

Share your favorite quote: 50 most powerful quotes from literature


Thanks to quotes readers can peek into the book just like through the keyhole. Quotes are wise, touching, inspirational, they are also powerful. A quote may become a motto, a leader's pitch, a brand. Let's appreciate the words by sharing your favorite quotes.


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Your Quotes


If you follow BookLikes blog you've noticed the Friday Follow Friday with book bloggers interviews where readers are asked to share their favorite quotes. If you've missed the reading, click here to catch up.


Charles William Eliot's quote picked by Jennifer's Books


Neil Gaiman quote picked by Momma Says to Read


Quote from Coraline - Neil Gaiman  picked by Silence in the library


Quote fromBlue Lightning by Ann Cleeves  published on Obsession with words blog.


C.S. Lewis' quote published on Obsidian Blue blog



The following graphics presents 50 Most Powerful Quotes From Literature prepared by Essay Writing. And what are your top book quotes?


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4 Stars
H.P. & The Goblet of Fire (H.P. #4) by J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré

Click Here to see my thoughts on this book. 

Reading progress update: I've read 92 out of 420 pages.
Rose Madder - Stephen King

This is my first King book and maybe my last (unless I do decide to give IT a try)

He seems to come off asshole'ish in this book and from my understanding, he has done this at least one other time in one of his more recent books (don't remember which one). He seems to be a bit too daggone comfortable with the derogatory racial slurs and calling women out their names while describing their features more sexually than anything else. But, I guess he writes more with men on his mind? Knowing more men pick up his books. And from what I generally see from the male readers I come across, men tend to gravitate more towards male authors than females (As I said, that is my experience with what I personally see)

4.5 Stars
Just Take My Heart by Mary Higgins Clark
Just Take My Heart - Mary Higgins Clark

Click Here for my thoughts on the book. 

3.5 Stars
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë

Click here~~>> Jane Eyre to see my thoughts on the book. The actual cover for the book is in the blog. 

4 Stars
Lock & Key by Sarah Dessen
Lock and Key - Sarah Dessen

Get my thoughts on this book @ Ms Bridget Reads on Blogger

4 Stars
Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare
Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy - Robin Wasserman, Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson

Click The Tales from Shadowhunter Academy for my thoughts. 

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Progress: 274/870pages