Wouldn’t you love to be in the audience for Oprah’s “Favorite Things Show”?  If someone--anyone (they don’t even have to be famous) gave me an all expenses paid 7 day Royal Caribbean cruise, a $3,600 Sony Television, and a $700 Nikon Digital Camera, well, whatever their favorite thing was, it would now be my favorite thing.

 

 

 

 


So – there you have it – I’m not giving away Oprah type prizes today,but I am giving my two cents on books I really enjoyed this year. 

Wishing you a very happy holiday season of joy, happiness, health and lots of reading.  What were some of your favorites in 2010?

Maria Lokken is an avid romance reader and an award winning television producer

 

Comments
by Moderator dhaupt on ‎12-23-2010 10:00 AM

Happy Holidays Maria,

I had so many favorites this year, Susan Wiggs is always at the top of my list and The Ocean Between Us lived up to that title, also some very good paranormal by Jennifer Ashley, Deborah Cooke and Jennifer Estep, Jessica Anderson, Larissa Ione. And some I'm sure I forgot to mention.

 

Deb

by Blogger Maria_Lokken on ‎12-23-2010 10:30 AM

Hi Deb!

 

Happy holidays to you.  You've mentioned some good ones - It's always tough to list one's favorites, because you inevitably leave something out.

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