New York! New York!

Everyday Gratitude

I did it! I visited New York ~ indulged myself in the beauty and uniqueness of this city, breathed the expensive air on the Fifth Avenue, locked my love for life on the Brooklyn Bridge, danced on Broadway Street, kissed on Time Square, lost myself in the magnitude of man-made beauty right on top of the Empire Stare Building… Yes – I almost shook hands with Miss Liberty and camped 🙂 on the Rockefeller Plaza. I cried all my tears by the memories of Twin Towers and left a white rose on the weeping fountain… Yes – I did it all!

I am so so happy! Life is a dream if we chose to dream 🙂

And here are my memories – I am grateful for every single one of them and more 🙂

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Beautiful and Damned: On Growing Up with F. Scott Fitzgerald

Cody Delistraty

With the writers we read again and again, our interpretation of their stories and legacies tends to change over time.

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UK’s & US’s Bestselling Books: Week ending June 6, 2015

cup of tea with that book, please finally updated their website so the links for UK books have been updated linking back to their website. I am shocked to see that The Girl On The Train has been knocked out of the top ten in the UK but you can see that it is still holding strong in the US.

UK’s Bestsellers:

  1. American Sniper [Movie Tie-In Edition] The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History -Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen, Jim DeFelice
  2. The Sunrise – Victoria Hislop
  3. Us – David Nicholls
  4. The Woman Who Stole My Life – Marian Keyes
  5. The Good Life – Martina Cole
  6. Twisted – Lynda La Plante
  7. Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites – Mary Berry
  8. Personal – Lee Child
  9. Burn – James Patterson
  10. Millie Marotta’s Animal Kingdom – Millie Marotta

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