August 21, 2009

Crazy (Book) Love

I just bought Crazy Love, a recommendation of Angie Smith's and the focus of her blog's upcoming book club. If you're interested in joining, swing by Bring the Rain to take a peek.

(Or you can let me know and I'll share my copy with you once I'm finished!)

I also grabbed Babywise and The Happiest Baby on the Block while I was Amazon-ing. Don't those saved credit card numbers and shipping addresses just making click-click-clicking your way through checkout the easiest thing ever?

I had J. Crew delete my credit card number from their virtual website memory, but until I delete it from my own, it's way too easy to just tippity-type those sweet sixteen digits and find myself clicking BUY before I know it.

Anyway, that's not what this post was about, was it? Back to books. My sweet friend Heather shared a few great books with me last week in the most delicious FedEx package stacked with novels. First up is The Time Traveler's Wife (saw the movie already, but we'll chat about that later), then two others that look equally enticing.

What's on your reading list these days? Can you tell I'm trying to get super-prepared for Grapenut by stocking up on my reading material? Surely that's all you need to be a good mom, right? (Someone told me that if Jamie Lynn Spears can do this, I can do it. It's almost become a mantra...)

Forgive the pregnancy brain - back to the topic at hand. Will you be buying Crazy Love and reading along with Angie and her "Sundays" this fall?

What's on your nightstand these days? (Book-wise, that is. A glass of water and your trusty tube of Burt's Bees is a given.)


MatersandMelons said...

I say don't do Babywise...but that is just my opinion. I also suggest Your Baby's First Year Week-by-Week by Glade Curtis. It is a great one!

Mary Douglass said...

Um, I don't really know anything about "baby books," but I just read "Water For Elephants" and loved it. And a series is always good. Harry Potter or Twilight if you haven't already read them. Right now I'm reading Kathy Reichs' books that the show "Bones" is based on. Very CSI-y.


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