What I’m Into (December 2012)

I feel like life just blows past me these days and one of my new blogosphere friends, Adele (hi from the US, Adele!) linked up to a blog she reads that has a monthly what-I’m-into wrap-up. Um, LOVE! So this will be something I do monthly… Let’s recap December, shall we?

Read and Reading
I’m pretty sure this will always be my longest category. Hah. I’m okay with that!

Collateral by Ellen Hopkins (a good transition to adult lit but not something I’d ever read again)
The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler (loved the concept, hated some/most of the characters)
Unlocked by Karen Kingsbury (typical cheesy Christian fiction)
The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling (really well-written but terribly dark)
Every Woman’s Battle by Shannon Ethridge (not loving this but it’s okay)
The Secrets of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen (historical fiction based on a true story — love love it so far!)

Gilmore Girls. Won’t finish it before the new year as hoped but that’s okay. Have about a season and a half left.

The Hobit. It. was. so. long.

MusicMostly just listening to Christmas music. Nothing new, just a few new Christmas songs. Oh! I downloaded Babel, the new album by Mumford and Sons, and like it. My favorite track is their version of “The Boxer.” They nail it and I love listening to it! I’ve also downloaded a few new-to-me Christian songs.

And there you go! That’s what I’m into this final month of 2012. Check out more things people are into at What I’m Into at HopefulLeigh!

4 thoughts on “What I’m Into (December 2012)

    • Krista says:

      I like Babel enough to recommend buying the entire CD, and I rarely purchase whole discs these days! The Hobit was ok, but I’ve never seen any of the other movies and was not expecting to see a movie on a short book that had been turned into a trilogy — seriously, how does Peter Jackson get 9 hours out of a book that short? It wasn’t awful, but it was SO LONG.

    • Krista says:

      Thanks! It seriously is an awesome show, although I hear that season 7 is pretty different than the rest because of the different writers and I’m kind of dreading it.

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