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37 Things I Love Things I Wish I'd Known Before My Divorce Introducing a must have guidebook for anyone thinking about getting divorced right in the thick of a divorce or dealing with post divorce issues It's a powerful insight filled little book that Things I Sold on eBay YouTube These are the LED panel lights I use affiiliate link com Customer reviews THINGS I LOVE Things I Love in no particular order is an emotional story and Magoon digs deep into the difficulties of grief and hope Ellis's character is explored through her fading friendship with her best friend Abby who has been treating Ellis poorly for months When Abby pushes Ellis too much Ellis is forced to take a hard look at her relationships and the sort of friends she wants in her Things I Love eBook ↠ Things PDF or Things I Love eBook ↠ Things PDF or things book love epub particular epub order free Things pdf Things I Love in No Particular Order Things I Love PDFEllis only has four days of her sopho year left and summer is so close that she can almost taste it But even with vacation just within reach Ellis isn t exactly relaxed Her father has been in a coma for years the result Books similar to Things I Love in No Particular Things I Love in No Particular Order by Kekla Magoon avg rating Ratings Ellis only has four days of her sopho year left and summer is so close that she can almost taste it But even with vacation just within reach Ellis isn’t exactly relaxed Her father has been More Want to Read Shelving menu Shelve Things I Love in No Particular Order Want to Read things I love in no particular order Book Get this from a library things I love in no particular order Kekla Magoon Fifteen year old Ellis recalls her favorite things as her mother's desire to turn off the machines that have kept Ellis's father alive for two years fill the last four days of her sopho year with Things I've Learned We're going on an adventure Home Things I’ve Learned Colette March Personal Things I’ve Learned It’s my birthday Whoo I’m thirty flipping seven years old today A good friend of mine from primary school turned last Friday and when I wished her Happy Birthday she replied with “We’re nearly now“ No No we’re not Wash your mouth out love Except we kind of are is not that Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Recently I retired from full time ministry after years Here are some things I learned over the years They are not in any particular order Most are pretty obvious but I still needed to learn them Most would apply not just to pastors but to every Christian I’m still learning and Jesus still has lots to do in me I hope these Top Things I Love About As Good as It Gets Top Things I Love About As Good as It Gets that no one talks about James L Brooks’ As Good as it Gets is one of my go to films I can go to it anytime for any reason If I’m down it brings me up If I’m up it makes me feel even better I watch it at least once a year marveling at its perfect acting tight script and fluid narrative It’s just a damn entertaining film неща които искам да кажа на света и на себе си Някои неща може и да ги разбереш а други не Някои може да ги тълкуваш по много начини а други са си достатъчно директни С някои неща може да се съгласиш а Things I Learned This Year burntspaghetticom Things I Learned This Year December December How to make it through your little sister’s wedding without ugly crying you don’t Pride and Prejudice Zombies art I now know why people want to hold babies so much And I used to be scared that I would drop babies or something while I was holding them I’ve realized that a stampede of elephants will Things I've Learned Anna Grace Taylor Things I’ve Learned With only a few days until my th birthday I thought I’d continue the almost yearly tradition and share things I’ve learned or been reminded of this past year Since we’re all human I hope you can perhaps learn relate to or even smile about some of these too Everything can change in a year Things I Love by Kekla Magoon Buy Things I Love by Kekla Magoon on Booksforueerscom the UK's ONLY online specialist LGBT bookshop things I'm happy I learned by | Emily Pereira Things I’m Happy I Learned By Age Two years ago on my th birthday I compiled a list of the most valuable wisdom I’ve amassed on my journey so far Two very growth inducing and transitional years later my life looks absolutely NOTHING like I thought it would but an interesting thing has unfolded I’ve become even grateful for this wild journey called life than ever Children's Book Review Things I Love in No Things I Love in No Particular Order Kekla Magoon Holt p ISBN More By and About This Author ARTICLES A with Kekla Magoon; OTHER BOOKS How It Things I Know for Sure Fitness Evolution Things I Know for Sure By Melanie Leave a Comment Birthdays are a gift As I celebrate my th birthday this month my gift to you is to share some of what I have learned along the way In no particular order here are things I have learned since becoming a Personal Trainer I hope you find some of them helpful Walking is one of the most underrated forms of exercise Willpower will things I have learned in years things I have learned in years Tuesday was my birthday I turned which seems old and not old at the same time weird I think I have learned a lot in my years on this earth and even though I know I still have a lot to learn these are things I know to be true so far Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Recently I retired from full time ministry after years Here are some things I learned over the years They are not in any particular order Most are pretty obvious but I still needed to learn them Most would apply not just to pastors but to every Christian I’m still learning and Jesus still has lots to do in me I hope these Top Things I Love About Somewhere that no Top Things I Love About Somewhere that no one talks about Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere is one of my all time favorite films It’s subtlety its minimalism its restraint its isolation – few films from the past several years have had such a profound emotional effect on me Moreover than simply loving the film I’m indebted to everything неща които искам да кажа на света и на себе си Някои неща може и да ги разбереш а други не Някои може да ги тълкуваш по много начини а други са си достатъчно директни С някои неща може да се съгласиш а Things I Wish I'd Known Before My Divorce Introducing a must have guidebook for anyone thinking about getting divorced right in the thick of a divorce or dealing with post divorce issues It's a powerful insight filled little book that Things I Sold on eBay YouTube These are the LED panel lights I use affiiliate link com Customer reviews THINGS I Things I Love in no particular order is an emotional story and Magoon digs deep into the difficulties of grief and hope Ellis's character is explored through her fading friendship with her best friend Abby who has been treating Ellis poorly for months When Abby pushes Ellis too much Ellis is forced to take a hard look at her relationships and the sort of friends she wants in her Things I Love eBook ↠ Things PDF or Things I Love eBook ↠ Things PDF or things book love epub particular epub order free Things pdf Things I Love in No Particular Order Things I Love PDFEllis only has four days of her sopho year left and summer is so close that she can almost taste it But even with vacation just within reach Ellis isn t exactly relaxed Her father has been in a coma for years the result Books similar to Things I Love in No Things I Love in No Particular Order by Kekla Magoon avg rating Ratings Ellis only has four days of her sopho year left and summer is so close that she can almost taste it But even with vacation just within reach Ellis isn’t exactly relaxed Her father has been More Want to Read Shelving menu Shelve Things I Love in No Particular Order Want to Read things I love in no particular order Book Get this from a library things I love in no particular order Kekla Magoon Fifteen year old Ellis recalls her favorite things as her mother's desire to turn off the machines that have kept Ellis's father alive for two years fill the last four days of her sopho year with Things I've Learned We're going on an Home Things I’ve Learned Colette March Personal Things I’ve Learned It’s my birthday Whoo I’m thirty flipping seven years old today A good friend of mine from primary school turned last Friday and when I wished her Happy Birthday she replied with “We’re nearly now“ No No we’re not Wash your mouth out love Except we kind of are is not that Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Things I Learned in Years of Ministry Part Recently I retired from full time ministry after years Here are some things I learned over the years They are not in any particular order Most are pretty obvious but I still needed to learn them Most would apply not just to pastors but to every Christian I’m still learning and Jesus still has lots to do in me I hope these Top Things I Love About As Good as It Gets Top Things I Love About As Good as It Gets that no one talks about James L Brooks’ As Good as it Gets is one of my go to films I can go to it anytime for any reason If I’m down it brings me up If I’m up it makes me feel even better I watch it at least once a year marveling at its perfect acting tight script and fluid narrative It’s just a damn entertaining film неща които искам да кажа на света и на себе си Някои неща може и да ги разбереш а други не Някои може да ги тълкуваш по много начини а други са си достатъчно директни С някои неща може да се съгласиш а

  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • 37 Things I Love
  • Kekla Magoon
  • English
  • 07 October 2014
  • 9780805094657

10 thoughts on “37 Things I Love

  1. Lillian Lillian says:

    I imagine it could've been a good book but I was deceived by the cover The one I had had a cool pic of her on the swings at night and I thought hey this looks cool I never really believed in the saying you can't judge a book by its cover literal now I know to do some research before I grab a random book If I'd seen the other cover I may not have been as interested just because of the type of books i like to read But i'm a young rather 'innocent minded' teen and I was not expecting or mentally prepared for something this explicit I had to put it down after reading about the party they snuck out for because I didn't like reading about people relatively my age doing things I would never think about doing but decided to give the book another chance Bad idea The last straw was when her newold friend started doing some things to her that I really Didn't want to read it's not the fact that they were both girls that bugged me I wouldn't want to read it even if it was with a guy I feel pretty scarred my mind I guess was a little innocent then I thought I like the writing I may try a different book of hers that's why I gave it 2 stars but I didn't like the details Don't get mad at me for this critiue I'm just not ready for stuff like this and I don't think it's appropriate for the crowd it's angled towards

  2. Jennifer Marie Jennifer Marie says:

    A beautiful teen novel that leads the reader through an accurate portrayal of how a fifteen year old experiences loss emotional turmoil friendship and betrayal first loves uestions of sexuality and the pressures of high school in a neat 240 pages Once I started reading I had to be forced to put it down we were Christmas shopping and I'd wasted over an hour of my friends' time and finished it the moment I had time aka the moment I returned to campus I curled up in my favorite chair and devoured the last half of the novel Initially I'd been planning to just read it in the store and not buy it but once I was halfway through I realized that I needed to own it That's pretty high praise from me; it means I liked it enough at the halfway point to want to finish it and to want to give the author my money and to want to potentially share it later on All in all? Great story

  3. Shay Dawn Shay Dawn says:

    I found this in the college library and read it I liked the plot about her dad and the prose but the actions in the story made me uncomfortable starting with the party scene and leading up to the point I uit which was shortly after a hang out session gone wrong I wish I'd known it was going to get sexual I'm not putting this on the DNF because I did read it mostly It's a chick on chick romance without much foreshadowing I had the book with the other cover with the swing on the front Probably the most obvious foreshadowing would've been that cover it looks like a romanceBut romantic it is notCan we talk about how Cara takes advantage of Ellis' emotional distress? And when confronted she acts like being un friended is eual to having a dad in a coma about to die? Worse than about to die our MC is supposed to decide if she wants him taken off life support Cara is like yeah we've pretty much been through the same situation And we're supposed to like her?I mean seriously Ellis goes over at a time of emotional hardship and Cara starts putting moves on her without even knowing if she's gay It was disturbing I didn't like Cara and I put the book down Ellis and Cara were friends as kids for some reason Ellis and Cara stopped hanging out About midway through the book they've just started talking again Ellis' dad is in a coma about to die Ellis asks to come over They go swimming and talk about a few things The cover of the book ensues where in order to not float apart they hang onto each other in a very platonic wayThen they watch a movie together and Cara starts fondling Ellis very intimately without any previous indication that she liked her other than the platonically holding each other's hand in the pool to keep from drifting apart And Ellis is NOT cool with itShe's like Back off I came over here for emotional support because my dad's in a coma and they're thinking of cutting his life line but only with my permission and my life is a horrible wreck Cara is like but you guys unfriended me That's about the same Ellis does not agree and runs off but eventually decides she likes Cara anyway in one of the most confused decisions I've seen a character make It put a bad taste in my mouth Even the idea of going to a friend's house in a time of tragedy and them feeling you up without permission AND WITHOUT previous indication of romantic interest that's actually very scary for meI feel like if you champion a cause you're suddenly free from critiue Well here's some critiue I didn't like it

  4. Jordan Kuehl Jordan Kuehl says:

    37 Things I Love in no particular order by Kekla Magoon is about a girl named Ellis She is just finishing her sopho year in high school and is ready for summer Her dad has been in a coma due to a construction accident that happened 2 years ago Ellis has been struggling to keep a healthy relationship with her mother due to the fact they are deciding if they still want to keep him on life support I relate to most of the teenage characters in this book based on how they handle different scenarios throughout the book Throughout this book it has kept me on my toes as many of the characters pulled out a twist within the book Many times while I was reading I had laughed and felt sad as a variety of events occured Something I didn’t like about this book was the main character mostly focused on the people around her instead of getting help when she needed it most I would highly suggest this book to anyone who is interested in drama This book has its fair share of characters and their problems along the way A book like this can really affect how you see the way you treat people in your life as you compare the people in your life to the characters in the book In the book Ellis states 37 things she loves that are not in any particular order She loves her friends Abby Cara and Colin She loves her mom even though they get into many fights She adores her dad as to why she is fighting her mom to keep him on life support in the hospital Ellis has a love for many things in her life but she has a no particular way of choosing what she loves than others that’s why they are in no particular order throughout chapters of the book

  5. Adrienne Adrienne says:

    I felt sorry for the protagonist for what happened to her father who was one of the most important people in her life but other than that I felt detached from her and I couldn't care less about all the decisions she made in the book which in addition I couldn't understand even when I tried to Her friends were insipid characters who didn't undergo any sort of personal growth over the course of the story Other than that brief moment where she mourned for her father this book failed to get a reaction out of meThere were also a lot of things left unresolved like her relationship with her mom and her friendship with Abby as well as her romantic involvement with Cara Honestly I did NOT see that one coming Would she and her mother ever grow closer after everything that happened? Was Abby still her best friend despite all that had gone down between them? There was no closure whatsoeverOverall this was a little bit sad but doesn't really hit you right in the feels

  6. Lillian Lillian says:

    Loved how at the ending the number 37 was tied in that was cool Otherwise this was an easy read with 37 short chapters with not a whole lot of thinking involved except for that twist in chapter 23 hay carumba I also noticed that the reading level on the back said ages 14 and up but I thought this was for a middle school level even though the characters are in high school

  7. Monique Maggiore Monique Maggiore says:

    There were many things I felt were unresolved in this book This book seemed uneven to me I did felt that their was no plot and if there was a plot it was very disorganized I also felt that there was no character development I greatly disliked Ellis's best friend Abby and felt that she ruined the book I believe the ending did not fit the story at all Unfortunately this book did not grab my attention

  8. LeAnn Streeter LeAnn Streeter says:

    This book is a story put together with 37 things the narrator loves each chapter is a different thing but the story is tied together by each one The story is about the main characters life and how she goes through some major changes Her dad had a terrible accident a few years ago and he never woke up from the coma so her mother decided it was time to let him go But that was only her mothers decision she didn't to let him go she still had hope he would wake up She had a very strong connection with her father even after the accident She would visit him in the hospital and talk to him as if he's listening On top of that she becomes friends with an old friend again and finds the truth on how their friendship was lost But as this is going on she still finds 37 things she loves in everything around her I admire the main character and her strength and decisions she makes throughout the book We actually share some of the same love for things and i thought that was very interesting She is a very brave and courageous girl and the things she goes through are very life changing but she handles them well Her thought process throughout the book is what really interested me The way she portrays her thoughts and emotions was very fascinating

  9. Sydney Jacob Sydney Jacob says:

    In the book 37 Things I love In no Particular Order Ellis the main character has had a rough two years Her father was in a construction accident and has been in a coma for two years now Her relationship with her mother and her “best friend” are not exactly in the best shape Ellis and her mom rarely ever see each other because her mom works nights at the radio station and Ellis is at school during the day and when they are finally together they do not know what to say to each other and have little to no communication Her “best friend” Abby cares about herself and who is going to ask her out this week than how Ellis is doing The only thing Ellis actually enjoys doing is visiting and talking with her father She feels he is the only one who could truly understand and be there for her although he is not fully there She spends a lot of the book attempting to reconnect with her old friend who was pushed away after her dad's accident She is being forced to make some tough decisions involving her father and her friends She learns how to let go and do what is best for all involved an important lesson we all need to learn I enjoyed the story of the book but the setup of it not so much It had potential to be so much better I recommend it to high school and even middle school students I give 37 Things I love by Kekla Magoon 3 out of 5 stars

  10. Ashley Ashley says:

    45 StarsEllis’ father has been in a coma for years now after a construction accident in hopes that he still might wake up one day There are only 4 days left of her sopho year before summer vacation starts and Ellis is ready for it Our main character goes to visit her father freuently after school which adds strain to her already troubled relationship with her mother Ellis is also fighting with her best friend or at least on her end she is Often passive aggressive Ellis has a hard time dealing with all the stresses in her life On top of everything she recently started talking to a friend she hasn’t spoken to since middle school Follow her journey as she comes of age and comes to terms with love loss and relationshipsOkay confession time I picked up this book for no other reason than hot dayum look at that cover I was browsing the young adult section of the Library and couldn’t pass this one byI’m so glad that I picked it up because I ended up loving this book way than I thought I would based on the description I don’t even know where to start since there’s so much I want to sayI guess I’ll start with the plotstoryatmosphere This felt very The Perks of Being a Wallflower to me but not in a bad way I’ve read uite a few books trying to emulate the passive aggressive tone of that rapidly becoming a classic book Most I’ve been disappointed with This one I wasn’tI really enjoyed this plot I thought it was strong believable and mostly realistic Most young adults don’t have to come of age while their father is confined to a hospital bed in a coma but I found the storyline to be relatable regardless I was interested to find out how everything was going to play out and watch Ellis come into her ownSpeaking of Ellis I really did like her character She can be kind of whiney and woe is me all alone but it comes across in a very un idealistic way I felt myself really relating to her and where she was coming My father was never in a coma but I understand the way in which she displayed her emotions and tried to deal with stress and griefI also didn’t mind the fact that she had a strained relationship with her mother because they still loved each other and fought over practical issues Their relationship isn’t strong but it’s written strong I found this to be like everything else believable and appropriate to the storyThe other characters held their own too They all had depth and uniue highly believable personalities and character traits The development of them was highly satisfactory especially Ellis and her close friends as well as Ellis’ relationship with her mother The set up of this story is also something to note It’s creative and fresh I loved the fact that each chapter was Ellis talking about something she loved and how it affects her life and then how it also actually tells the narrative and moves the story along I thought the execution of it all was near perfect The writing increased this book’s strength It’s not exceptionally special but instead is uick to read with short chapters This works in the book’s favor though as it makes it compulsively readable and easy to finish in a few sittings or only one sitting if you’re feeling particularly determinedNow it says in the title that these 37 things are in no particular order but we as readers know better don’t we? As I said the 37 things are not just random but are actually telling the story as new events unfold And of course it all comes together in the end which I really likedI’m going to warn you though; this is a tear jerker I found myself shedding a few as I finished the last couple chaptersThe last thing I want to talk about is the way sexuality is tackled When I picked this book up I had no idea this fell into the LGBT category so I was pleasantly surprised to find that creep up in the story My favorite part about it is that Magoon does not feel the need to justify and explain the ueer aspects of this book She writes it like any other contemporary story with a love interest and I gave much silent applause to that factWe don’t need books about being ueer; we need books with people that are ueerOr any other type of identity that respectively falls into the LGBT categorySo all in all if you like contemporaries or are looking for something similar to The Perks of Being a Wallflower except female driven definitely pick up a copy of this book It didn’t uite make it to the 5 star rating for me but 4 stars is still an unbelievably good bookReview originally published on my Wordpress blog Dreaming Through Literature

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