Cattrix is not currently reading any books.
I’m 57 years old, female, from the United States. I’ve been a DailyLit member since February 24, 2008. My reading interests include non fiction crime, sci fi, classics. fantasy, and.
- Robin Hood: How Robin Hood Became an Outlaw finished
- Berlitz DailyLit Spanish Lessons finished
- The Count of Monte Cristo finished
- The Five Orange Pips finished
- Telzey Amberdon finished
- Future Imperfect finished
- Burn finished
- Jane Eyre finished
- The Woman in White finished
- Madame Bovary finished
- There Will be Dragons finished
- Washington Square finished
- North and South suspended
- The Deerslayer suspended
I need a larger font size, but have been unable to figure it out. I tried to follow something in another forum area I think and that didn't work either.
Under "more" in the manage your books I see nowhere to adjust the font.
I am rereading a book that I had finished, maybe that makes a difference.. I don't know.
MaHeil lay on *her* limb of the mighty tree the Forefathers had planted long ago.
It had been selected, and MaHeils tears for it stained darker the rough bark under her smooth cheek.
The honor of it wouldn't transcend the pain of its death, at least not for her. Ever.
I thought this book dealt well with the subject of indoctrination and cultism. I was sad in the end that Spur went home and didn't go upside.. I think I would have.
WooHoo! Finished Jane Eyre last evening... Really good, other then a few places where it was a bit boggy, I enjoyed it.
Book requests, I have been wanting to read In Cold Blood by Truman Capote for the longest time... I really like Daily Lit btw... Now I just need to stop reading so much so I can get some work done!
I just started the book, I had been thinking and reading the forums for the next book and decided on Jane Eyre.
Had been thinking about the Three Musketeers which I read a long time ago and really don't remember much about.. but your comments swayed me. :)
Woo Hoo, finished The Woman In White, Very Good! But now I am not sure on whether to read The Moonstone or find something else. I think I would like to stay with the Classics for a bit. But something different.
I am enjoying this book immensely! Last night I was so tired and shut down my computer and then just lay thinking about what was going to happen next! Enjoyable characters and suspense. There was a movie made based on this novel wasn't there?
I started The Bridges of Madison County and it was so repulsively inane I actually threw it across the room... ergh.. And, American Psycho. I like horror but that was just gross, I got to the part of the animal abuse and that was that. I actually burned my copy.
OOOooo this was so good! I loved this book! Very intriguing.