Tuesday Tales – Mid-Winter Break

Tuesday Tales

Kids in a lot of the country have mid-winter break this week. Both of my boys are home. Thanks to this, we are trying to figure out things to do to keep busy during the day (my writing work gets pushed to the night). We will be going to the local library to play, read, and catch up with some friends. Of course, when the boys are busy playing games I try to catch a few pages of the book I am currently reading. Yes, I am actually reading a book and not listening to it. It has been a while, but this one is oh so worth it. Here is a preview:

Friendship Bread

More coming soon about Friendship Bread – along with some places to go for delicious recipes. This book has been a quick and is making me crave the friendship bread that my mother made years ago when I was in elementary school. Hmmm…..

On that note I am off to do some crafts, play games, read books, and spend time with my boys.

So what have you read recently? Please be sure to link up to your Tuesday Tales, Book Posts, and/or leave a comment below. Include something you read on your own, with a child or someone else. Tuesday Tales are all about spreading the love for books.


Disclosure:I received an advanced copy of Friendship Bread by Darien Gee (aka Mia King) to facilitate an upcoming review. No other compensation was given and all current and future views are 100% mine.

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  • Hi….you love the audio books? I’m such a visual person that I’ve never tried one. I wonder if I could do it? LOL
    Debra @ A FRugal Friend´s last blog post ..Free Yogi Tea – perfect for this time of year!

  • TheAngelForever says:

    Debra – I like the audio books for a few reasons. I can listen while doing other things. You know while taking a walk, knitting, or driving. Helps to get a lot of other items done while also catching up on good books. Of course, it really depends on the person reading the book. I have listened to several that were amazing, but others that I had to stop. Oh, I also used an audio book in my classroom for listening comprehension.