>That’s never a good sign. I need to find something new to read. Someone lent me Little Earthquakes by Jennifer Wiener, but it’s too stimulating for evening reading. I’m looking for something quasi-mindless. Fiction, of course. I can’t read non-ficiton without falling asleep. Hmmm. Maybe I should bust out an old text book to help ease me into a gentle slumber.
>read your mortgage. that always works for me!
>crazy i LOVE non fiction i have to remind myself how many non fiction books i’ve read so that i know it is time for a fiction one. i don’t know what it is i just love non bloody fiction. holy. i think i love it more than i realized.
something mindless….anything by sophie kinsella would do….
im dying for the last harry potter. if it takes much longer i might be dead for real when it comes out.
>We just finished The Book of Joe in our Super Fantastic Reading Group. It was an enjoyable, quick read.
>Oh, and I just finished the Uglies trilogy by Scott Westerfeld. It is teen fiction, but well written and very good.
>Thanks for the suggestions.
I don’t have a mortgage, but I do have a lease agreement!