Book Review: PS, I Love You: A Novel by Cecelia Ahern #BookReview #PSILoveYou #Fiction

PS, I Love You: A Novel

by Cecelia Ahern

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From Goodreads:

Everyone needs a guardian angel. Some people wait their whole lives to find their soul mates. But not Holly and Gerry. Childhood sweethearts, they can finish each other’s sentences and even when they fight, they laugh. No one can imagine Holly and Gerry without each other. Until the unthinkable happens.

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October 2019 Wrap-up #Books #BookReviews #Music #ReadingChallenge #October

Is it really November already? I love the holidays, but I can’t believe there are only two months left for 2019! We’ve been enjoying the colors of fall and had an excellent Halloween despite the snow.

 

October was a very good month. I managed to post more than I have since June of last year! It started out with my very first wrap-up ever for September which included some birthday gifts I received.

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A to Z Challenge “N” Nacho Libre “Religious Man” & “Encarnación” #AtoZChallenge #NachoLibre #JackBlack

I’ve joined in for the A to Z challenge this year which runs from April 1st to the 30th. My choice of theme is Music from Favorite Films. I’ll be sharing the songs in order of film title and will write a little about my thoughts on the movie as well.

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“N” was more difficult because there were a handful of movies with great music to share besides Nacho Libre including Napoleon Dynamite and Night at the Roxbury to name a few. All are funny movies, but nothing tops Nacho Libre in my opinion. Any movie with Jack Black is at the top of the heap for me.

The film begins with Brother Ignacio (Jack Black), a monk who grew up in a Mexican orphanage and now (as an adult) cooks for the children living there. The monastery doesn’t have much money and Ignacio is forced to use the same old ingredients repeatedly,  which doesn’t please the children. As a child, Ignacio always dreamed of being a wrestler, but he’s motivated even more now to make money for the children. He secretly becomes the luchador Nacho and pairs up with a man named Steven Esquelito who hates orphans, but joins in for the money anyways.

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A to Z Challenge: Music from Favorite Films – “D” Dangerous Minds “Gangsta’s Paradise”

I’m joining in for the A to Z challenge this year which runs from April 1st to the 30th. My choice of theme is Music from Favorite Films. I’ll be sharing the songs in order of film title and will write a little about my thoughts on the movie as well.

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My choice for “D” is the movie Dangerous Minds which is one of my favorite “teachers dealing with tough students” motion pictures. Continue reading “A to Z Challenge: Music from Favorite Films – “D” Dangerous Minds “Gangsta’s Paradise””