Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read - Groucho Marx

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Since I still can't string a sentence into an original post, I give you my reading wish list. Well, part of it. I keep a running list of books I want to read in my PDA. Here are a few. Click on the book title to go to a synopsis. If you've read any of the titles, let me know!

Why Girls Are Weird, Pamela Ribon


The Senator's Wife, Sue Miller

The Rest of Her Life, Laura Moriarty

Mermaids in the Basement, Michael Lee West


The Heroines, Eileen Favorite

Don't You Forget About Me, Jancee Dunn


The Grift, Debra Ginsberg


(Book covers from Google Images and Amazon)

10 comments:

  1. Me likey your list.

    See? I can't make sentences either.

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  2. I've read Why Girls are Weird, and it was kind of weird, to tell the truth!

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  3. Haven't read any of those, but now I have some ideas for my own bookshelves. Thanks!

    BTW, I'm reading Songs without words by Anne Packer right now and it's quite good.

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  4. I haven't read any of these yet, but if I was judging books by their covers, I'd say these all look like winners. I'm especially interested in the one with the cassette tape. Let us know if you like them! :)

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  5. I read Why Girls Are Weird. I remember liking it, but truthfully I couldn't tell you why. :) The others look like really good ones, I'll have to check them out. :)

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  6. Did you know the Girls are Weird author has a hilarious website? I think it's pamie.com. But you knew that prob.

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  7. San Diego Momma- No, actually I didn't. Thank you!

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  8. Wow - thanks for a great list of books to read! I tend to read the same trashy kind of stuff over and over. I need to expand my horizons!

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  9. Damn your excellent list. Now I have to add those titles to my ever growing book queue.

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