Book Glee

I like new books more than warm cookies straight from the oven. This past Sunday we picked up the following books from the UUSS bookstore.

Umberto Eco : Baudolino
Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child : Riptide and Dance of Death
Kate Jacobs : The Friday Night Knitting Club
Kaya McClaren : On the Divinity of Second Chances
Elizabeth Gilbert : Eat, Pray, Love
E. M. Broner : A Weave of Women
Wally Lamb : She’s Come Undone
Margaret Atwood : The Robber Bride
Mark Haddon : The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Deborah Moggach : Tulip Fever
Earth Works Action : 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Fight the Right

Twelve books, mostly trade paperbacks, for $9.25. I wish I had known earlier how cheap those crazy Unitarian Universalists are selling used books. This gives me another good reason to go to "the Society" services regularly.

Right now I’m finishing up Carl Hiaasen’s Nature Girl. Damn that man writes zany characters! I love them all and I love him. And I have every intention of reading every word he will ever write.

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