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I Love You, Daddy (2017)

Release : 2017-09-09
Country : United States of America
Language : English
Runtime : 123
Genre : Drama,Comedy


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When a successful television writer’s daughter becomes the interest of an aging filmmaker with an appalling past, he becomes worried about how to handle the situation.

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50 comments

  1. I loved being a part of the summer reading program as a kid and think this sounds like a bunch of fun! Will we each have our own list or try to read some of the same. My NOOK is loaded and I’ve pulled several things from my shelves too, but I’m always open to reading along with others. Thanks!

    • Kumari, love my snail mail. Still write letters regularly — and have become a fan of “mail art,” where I decorate the envelopes. What can I say? 🙂

  2. Hi, friends! New to this particular format so testing the comments section. Have heard from a reader in Florida who won the club’s first prize — a hardback copy of “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand.” Stop by and say hello!

  3. carolhammack says:

    Thanks, Judy…. what a fun idea! (And very logical use of that green kitchen couch.) 🙂 First up on my summer reading list is “Return to Sullivan’s Island” by Dorothea Benton Frank. I love her tales about the beautiful, Charleston-area low-country. My to-read list is probably as large as yours, so thank you, thank you for the inspiration to get started! Good luck with your new blog… and have a happy summer! Carol

    • Brandi Fitzpatrick says:

      Hi Carol! We vacation in the Charleston area so I have loved reading Dorothea Benton Frank. Sometimes the subject matter is not so wholesome, but I really enjoy reading about a setting that I love.

      Brandi

  4. Kathy Fitzhugh says:

    I am in for the Summer Reading Club. Love, love, love to read. Will also do a reading program with the Calcaieu Parish Library. So many books, so little time.

  5. For some reason, my comment won’t post. If there is a delay in posting … there will be several from me! 😉 Looking forward to the Summer Reading Club. Love, love, love to read.

  6. Donna Bechtol says:

    I am reading Catherine Palmer’s series: The Four Seasons of Marriage. Loving it.

  7. Allison Byerley says:

    Judy, I’ll participate, but I don’t know if you really want to know what I’m reading as I prepare for the last summer of classes for my Doctor of Ministry degree. Today’s featured book is “The Theology of Hope” by Jurgen Moltmann. Not light summer reading, but more compelling than I expected!

  8. Betty Johnson says:

    Summer reading club. Love it. I’m always looking for a recommendation as to what to read next. I just finished Sarah Blake’s The Postmistress while traveling to Denver. It was great. Look forward to hearing what everyone is reading. Thanks Judy. Great idea.

  9. Lindy Anastis says:

    What a GREAT idea!! I’m currently reading a Danielle Steel novel called Betrayal (it is a different book for not a lot of romance somewhat of a mystery).

    I love writing letters and getting them in the mail!

  10. Kristin Dinda VanCleave says:

    I’ll join! My first book will be ‘The Wishing Rock Theory of Life’ by Pam Stucky. I just finished the first book, ‘Letters from Wishing Rock’, yesterday.

  11. Kathy Fitzhugh says:

    I just ordered Sixpence House on my Nook. Gotta finish a book before I get to start it. I have never heard of it and I am looking forward to losing myself in it.

    • Lynn Silvey says:

      Just looked at that one. Let me know what you think. I may pick it up next to read. It looked good! After Vacation Bible School this week, I’m going to finish reading Tolkien’s Return of the King and get that set back to one of my students.

      • Kathy Fitzhugh says:

        Sixpence House is interesting. He paints great word pictures of the town in Wales in which the story takes place. It is also very informative as to the differences of culture, government and social life. For example, his grandmother is sick in Britain and he talks of their state-funded medicine. She is 83 years old and has brain cancer and is in a facility that seems to be like a hospice center. He comments that in England if you are 83 years old and have brain cancer, you will die at 83 years of age of brain cancer. I am about 1/3 of the way through the book and enjoying it.

  12. So much fun to see what you’re reading. Even Pastor Allison’s heavy summer reading! Sorry for the hiccups with posting comments — working on those. Now I have to figure out how to give you your certificates! 🙂 I’ve already given away two signed copies of “Downtown Green” to the early “members” of our Kitchen Couch Reading Club. I think I’ll look around for more books to give away. Have a great reading weekend!

  13. Alexandra Falksen says:

    I am so excited about this!!!! I love to read and am looking forward to seeing what others are reading! I’m going to start with Tolstoy by Henri Troyat. I was named after the last Tsar and Tsarina of Russia so I’ve always had an interest in all things Russian. In high school I read War and Peace and I’m really looking forward to reading a biography on Tolstoy.

  14. Lynn Eddy says:

    I am reading ” the Sanctuary of Outcasts”. Then “Tomatoland”. So many possibilities!

  15. Danielle Woods says:

    Sounds like a great idea to me! I’m currently in the middle of “Fifty Shades Freed” by E.L James! I have plenty on my book shelf to read 🙂

  16. Dick Hooton says:

    Judy – intrigued to see who’s reading what. I’m currently halfway thru Downtown Green (go figure)! Next on my shelf is The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach, then maybe books 2 & 3 of The Hunger Games on Kindle – hard to find reading time in mid-move!

    • Kathy Fitzhugh says:

      At least the good thing about Kindle, Nook, or any eReader is that you can keep it available for when you have a bit of down time. No need to pack it away with your 1000s of other books. Praying for you and Francie as you move and transition into new places of ministry.

  17. espy302 says:

    I’m going to check on Sixpence House also. I also want to read Major Pettigrews Last Stand. I love books. I love my Kindle but I love to own books! Right now I’m reading Handle with Prayer by Charles Stanley. Incredible book.

    • Brandi Fitzpatrick says:

      Laurel, I enjoyed “Eats, Shoots and Leaves”. I’m not a keeper of books, but I had to hold on to my copy of this book. Always good for a chuckle…if you are a word nerd!

  18. Judy Gale says:

    I would like to join the Summer Couch Reading Club. Thanks for the opportunity.

    I just finished reading Harriet Beamer Takes The Bus and loved it. Also read Widow of Saunders Creek by Tracey Bateman and was blessed by that. I am now reading Waiting for Sunrise by Eva Marie Everson, Just bought a Kindle Fire so I can read “online” and just loving it.

    Waiting in the wings in Susan Mallery’s Barefoot Season so I have lots of good reading for summer.

  19. Lindy Anastis says:

    I just started reading The Help ~ enjoying it so far!! After, I finish it I think I will rent the DVD and so how the book and movie compare. I have so many books on my Kindle to keep me busy all summer.

  20. Betty Johnson says:

    Ok here is the problem…. Too many good books. I have started Sixpence House – good read

  21. Joan Berrios says:

    Hi, I am presently reading the sequel to The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw, The Greatest Generation Speaks. Loved the first one. Its so inspiring to read how brave our our armd forces were to defend our country and sacrifice or our freedom.

  22. Teresa says:

    When I was a kid in Va, I had to bribe my sisters to go with me to the library in the summer because the library limited a person to 5 books a visit, but if my sisters went along, I could check out 15! I’m currently reading my way through the Walk Longmire mystery series, having been introducted to them on my friend Jen’s website, A Garden Carried in the Pocket. I continue to slog through Once and Future King, by T. H. White for Once Upon a Time Challenge.

  23. kumarikelly says:

    I just started Shadow Divers (The True Adventure of Two Americans who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of WW II) by Robert Kurson. I found it at a thrift store. My daughter has taken up SCUBA and this is about deep wreck diving. I am finding it fascinating so far. Sticker says it was 99 cents. The cover says it was a NYT Bestseller and copyrighted in 2004. When I finish I will mail it to first person who asks if you agree to pass it on the same way.

  24. Brandi Fitzpatrick says:

    Some of my fondest memories are wrapped up in visiting the library! I always loved the summer reading programs. I’m one of those crazy readers so I always blew the contests away. Made the librarian so proud…my friends, not so much!

    Yesterday I finished Lisa Wingate’s “Blue Moon Bay” and today I am reading Sandra Byrd’s “The Secret Keeper”. “Blue Moon Bay” is set in small little Texas town called Moses Lake. I love the characters and I want to go live there. “The Secret Keeper” is set during the Tudor period and is the story of Henry VIII’s sixth wife Kateryn Parr. I’m completely enthralled with the story…but I don’t want to live there! LOL

    Judy…thanks for providing us a delightful experience over these long summer months! What a brilliant idea.

  25. rachellane79 says:

    i will try to catch up on all the books on my CBD reader on my phone. Right now I’m on Rally round green (#4), glamorous illusions, & maybe before the Scarlet dawn by Rita Gerlich. granted,i have at least 50 books there unread. this will be fun!!!

  26. Kathy Turner says:

    I just finished The Tiger’s Wife. Téa Obreht is a talented young author, but what an unusual read!

  27. Jan Ward says:

    I love Summer reading! I have wonderful memories of early childhood summers in San Antonio and getting to go to the “Book Mobile” from the San Antonio public library. I think that is where I discovered my first Lois Lenski book. Dont remember which one it was, but I read them all. Right now I am reading How to be an American Housewife”. It was recommended to me by my friend The Bookclub Cheerleader and I met the author in Jefferson, Texas at Girlfriends Weekend.. That’s where I met you!

  28. Melanie Smith says:

    What a great idea. I too love the summer reading program at the library. We have a great one here in Boise Idaho. My kids and I have done it every year for the past 21 years.I just finished the first 4 books in the green series and love them. I can’t wait to read the newest one, but first I have to read a book for my church’s book club. Thanks for putting this all together.

  29. Susan says:

    Summer reading club is a great idea! The bookmobile came to my house in Richland Parish when I was little. I loaded up on books! Now I`m loving my Kindle and all the wonderful free books for it. I recently read the 4 books in the Agnes Sparrow series by Joyce Magnin. Over the last week I have been thoroughly enjoying your Green series. I will start reading the 5th book in series today.

  30. Linda Gregg says:

    Okay….. I’m in. Sorry it took a month to get here, though!! I am SO excited to see so many recommended titles in one window. Will read Maine first….then Sixpence House. Not going to bother with #’s2 & 3 of 50 Shades…. Sorry folks, I just couldn’t find a compelling story line in all the…distractions.

  31. Pat Bolton says:

    Love the idea of a summer book club! Finished Downtown Green, and loved the series!! Also read “Leaving the Comfort Cafe” by Dawn DeAnna Wilson. Now I’m reading “Take Two” by Debra White Smith. So many choices for the next book!! Lots on my shelves and Kindle is loaded……..

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