there comes a time when you just want to say it's quite ducky, dear.
- dr. dog, thanks to k. super furry animals. andrew bird. senseless chattering of my teeth.
Read, past tense (2004 and 2005):
- Speak, Memory Vladmir Nabakov.
- Bookends, Jane Green.
- White Oleander, Janet Fitch.
- Dreams of the Solo Trapeze: Offstage with the Cirque du Soleil, Mark Schreiber. A terribly written book.
- A Walk to Remember, Nicholas Sparks. An utter waste of time.
- I am Charlotte Simmons, Tom Wolfe. Ugh! Written for 60-year olds who want to shake their heads about the "kids these days".
- Long Walk to Freedom, Nelson Mandela.
- No Touch Monkey!, Ayun Halliday.
- The Nanny Chronicles, Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus
- Wind Up Bird Chronicle, Haruki Murakami
- A Star Called Henry, Roddy Doyle
- Runaway, Alice Munro
- Stanley Park, Timothy Taylor
- McSweeny's 15
2004, I think:
- Great Expectations, Charles Dickens
- To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
- The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell
- Reading Lolita in Tehran, Azar Nafisi
- Good in Bed, Jennifer Weiner.
- Stiff: the curious lives of human cadavers, Mary Roach.
- Dude, where's my country?, Michael Moore
- The Quiet American, Graham Greene
- The DaVinci Code, Dan Brown
- While I was Gone, Sue Miller
- The Color of Water, James McBride
- Madame Secretary, Madeleine Albright
- Generation X, Douglas Coupland
- Oracle Night, Paul Auster
- Living History, Hillary Rodham Clinton
- In Her Shoes, Jennifer Weiner
Ring of Fire
| Reech! | Ange | P.fort | Elena | Charlie | Amber's pita | Amy
Librarians of Note:
Archival preservation, resting place for olde souls