A V-formation flock of geese seems to have one member of the group as the leader, but each member takes its turn at the point of the V, leading the way as the others in the formation honk in encouragement. The geese stay together, even when one becomes sick or injured; the group stays with it until it is well enough to continue the journey at its regular pace.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
TOP TEN (Plus a few)
Since my turn to blog falls on New Year's Day, I decided to post my blog a little early.
Each year at this time of year there is a flood of top ten
lists published; top ten movies, books, news events, etc. Once more I'm joining
in the game, listing my favorite novels of 2014.The only problem is I can't narrow my list
down to ten so I'll call it My Top Baker's Dozen.I can't place them in numerical order either
so just consider them all number one.
I read many other enjoyable books as well.This has been a great year for LDS themed
adult novels.There are a few Young
Adult novels I hope to read eventually and one Middle Grade novel, Rebel Princess, by my daughter Janice
Sperry I enjoyed.Unfortunately there
are still about a dozen adult LDS novels in my "to read" stack I
haven't gotten to yet and some of them may turn out to be favorites too.I've reviewed all of my top novels listed
above on Meridian though some of the reviews aren't out yet, but will be posted
soon. If you would like to read any of the reviews go here.