The Rosie Project

18015965So for one of my book clubs this month, we read The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. I gave it five stars on Goodreads. I really liked this one. It reminds me of chick lit. That was nice. It’s been awhile since I read chick lit. Makes me want to read some more.

The book follows Don, who is a professor at a college in Australia. He is working on the Wife Project. He’s looking for the woman he will marry. Along the way, he meets Rosie who has her own mission. She wants to find out who her real father is. With Don’s genetic experience, the two start the Father Project.

I was hooked from the beginning. I did not want to put the book down. I honestly can’t find fault with this one. Don and Rosie were likable.

If you like chick lit, humor, and even science. I think you would like this book.  I could go into more detail, but it’s one of those I’m going to say. Read it. Enjoy it.

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Tuesday 11/29/2016

nanowrimo_2016_webbadge_winnerHey everyone! How is everyone today? November is almost over and I completed NaNoWriMo. I’m feeling proud of myself. It was stressful, but a good experience. It was definitely good practice for future deadlines. Now, I just have to figure out how to put editing into that. Shouldn’t be too hard…I hope. I’m one of those who edit as they go along. Maybe I could save editing for one day a week. That way I can focus on writing. Any writers out there have any great tips for that?

I’m looking at going back to my story, maybe in a couple months? I need to focus on the sequel for Forbidden Love first.

Nothing else to talk about. December is a day away. I’ll soon be thirty-seven. Hoping thirty-seven will be my year.

Ooh, I’m going to be working on a Christmas story that I hope to post on Saturdays. The conclusion will be on Christmas Eve.

Did you participate in NaNoWriMo? How did it go? Looking forward to 2017?

Until next time.

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