Sundays with Gage & My favorite books and movies of 2012
This has been a fun year with Gage. I think the year and a half range is my favorite age 🙂 Now that he’s 2 plus a few Gage’s role on the blog will be changing in 2013. He’ll still be here, doing some book reviews, special events, showing up in Saturday Snapshots, and just to say hi. He won’t be a stranger, but Sundays with Gage will be a thing of the past. I hate to do it because Gage is much more popular that most of my book reviews, but it will be nice not to have the pressure of writing a post every Sunday. If you truly need a consistent Gage update I would be happy to be friends on Facebook where I will be updating more. Thank you all so much for your loving and kind words about my kid, I think he’s wonderful too 🙂 And expect to see him in the next week or so reviewing a very awesome book about a dog. And he might be giving something away too. See, he’ll be taking a more grown-up role around here!
As you can see, Gage refused to give me a smile when he realized this was his last Sundays with Gage.
This has been a very slow reading year for me, so I’m going to do a top 5 list instead of 10 for my favorite movies and books. Let me know if you’ve read any of them!
Top 5 Books
Beloved by Toni Morrison. Part of my Ohio tour and I am looking forward to reading more from this universally beloved author.
The Violets of March by Sarah Jio. The book was as great that sweet cover.
In the Woods by Tana French. So glad that this was the last book I read this year. Ended on a high note!
It by Stephen King. Loved taking part in my first read-along. The It-a-long rocked!
Stories I Only Tell My Friends by Rob Lowe. I can only vouch for the audio read by Lowe himself. I was charmed by it.
Favorite 5 Movies of 2012
The Hunger Games, 2012. I have not read the books but loved the movie.
Looper, 2012. Loved this time-travel thriller. I think I have a crush on Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The Hobbit:An Unexpected Journey, 2012. It’s so nice to go back to Middle Earth, disappointed it’s going to be one of three Hobbit movies.
The Secret Life of Bees, 2008. Loved the book and the movie, a rarity.
It’s Complicated, 2009. I love Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin and this movie delivered.