Tuesday, February 19, 2008



After finishing this book yesterday, I can tell you The Color of Water will rock your world! I literally could not put it down. Full of tragedy and triumph, mystery and candor, The Color of Water is a book of delicious paradox. Well-written and honest. Definitely a must-read! If you have been wanting to read a book dealing with racial issues for Black History Month, this one is a winner. Five Stars. See the Amazon.com reviews for more info.



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Tami for the heads up!

Blessings,
Karen
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Stacy said...

Okay, you've convinced me to read this one next. I'm off to check my library catalog. P.S. When do you read? Just curious. Sometimes I find it hard to fit it in and then when the kids finally get to bed I just want to veg in front of the TV for a while.
Stacy :-)

Tami, part-time blogger - full time scrapbooker said...

Hi Stacy!

Truth be told, I have been sick all week. When I am sick, I try to lay down, drink lots of fluids and read. This week, I didn't have much of a choice - this cold/flu thing is really kicking my butt. I also credit my current virus with giving me enough time to get my lunch menu done!

I try to get my chores done early in the am so I will have some time to read here and there during the day, while dd is doing her CLE. Most afternoons I have commitments, but I like to read in the evening unless "Idol" or "House" is on! I'm not a big tv person, but my dh is.

: )
Tami