Monday, January 11, 2010

Ruby Tuesday

Lots to do tomorrow...Ruby Tuesday starts early.

Mary T, our host, challenged us to red books this week.  I looked at the one I was reading and it was not red.  Anne's was, though.



So, I give you books past, present and future.  I have just finished A Ricepaper Airplane which is an interesting account of the Koreans who emigrated to Hawaii after WW1.   In progress, on Anne's table is the Patterson.  And, on my table, waiting in the pile is a mystery which is set, I hope, in Martha's Vineyard.

For more books, and other ruby things, look here.

15 comments:

Marites said...

The ricepaper airplane looks quite interesting read. I'd like to read James Patterson again.

eden said...

Roses Are Red looks like an interesting to read.

thanks for the visit

Leora said...

Roses are Red sounds like the perfect title for a Ruby Red post on books. Enjoy!

Rudee said...

I loved those old Patterson books, and though it may be the perfect color, it was a creepy story. All of those books were. Still, they are page turners. I love that you promise yourself just one more chapter. They're short. Next thing you know, it's 3 am and you have to get up at 5 to go to work.

Lindy MacDuff said...

I would definitely read "A Ricepaper Airplane." Great covers for RT!

chubskulit said...

I am interested about the roses are Red book.

Great Find Ruby

hip chick said...

those books certainly are red. One of them even has red in the title.

ilanadavita said...

The more I visit the red books theme, the more I enjoy it.

Coffeedoff said...

I am getting lots of ideas for titles from this meme today.

Mimi said...

Lovely selection you have here, Stephanie.
Ricepaper Airplane is intriguing, I think I'll be in the bookshop looking for it before the day is out.

Dianne said...

I keep adding titles to my list!
you have given me more

I love your MYM shot!!

Jew Wishes said...

Great titles, especially Roses re Red. Nice shot.

Ginny said...

The books look interesting! I've always wanted to go to Martha's Vineyard.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

All three look and sound interesting!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Patterson’s thrillers
make my spine tingle up to
the very last word.

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