Title: Beowulf
Author: Anonymous
Pages: 114
Publisher: –
Publish Year: 8th and 11th Century
Notes: read through Daily Lit. I had always been interested in reading it and a few friends enjoyed it a lot, plus the movie just came out so I wanted to know a little bit more about the story.

Title: It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken
Author: Greg Behrendt
Pages: 208
Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment
Publish Year: 2006
ISBN: 141694740X
Notes: Was a gift from a friend and have been trying to read it for over a year.
I started this book over a year ago so I’m glad to finally have it off my shelf of unfinished books. It is actually quite humorous and you don’t necessarily have to be going through a breakup in order to read it. The author is also co-author to He’s Just Not That Into You with the story editors for Sex and the City, so you can imagine the kinds of stuff just waiting to be said and the stories within.

Title: A Short Guide to a Happy Life
Author: Anna Quindlen
Pages: 64
Publisher: Random House
Publish Year: 2000
ISBN: 0375504613
Notes: A extremely short read but being in the middle of three larger books I didn’t want to get discouraged that I wasn’t finishing anything very quickly. It’s a cute little book. Took me about ten minutes to read.

Title: P.S. I Love You
Author: Cecilia Ahern
Pages: 512
Publisher: Hyperion
Publish Year: 2007
ISBN: 140130916X
Notes: I saw the movie and absolutely loved it so I thought I would read the book.
Now I’m not sure which I liked better, the book or the movie. The book is drastically different, includes a lot of more family interaction and less men in Holly’s life. Of course the book is more detailed and you are given more time to digest what Holly is feeling and how much time is actually passing. Overall, I really enjoyed it.