Wednesday, September 13, 2006
1. One book you have read more than once:
I really don't read books twice unless it's by accident or I am trying to research something.
2. One book you would want on a desert island:
If I was stranded then something like: How to Fix (Just About) Everything : More Than 550 Step-by-Step Instructions for Everything from Fixing a Faucet to Removing Mystery Stains to Curing a Hangover by Bill Marken. Now if I was just on vacation, then I would want any mystery by either Tami Hoag or Patricia Cornwell (preferably Patricia).
3. One book that made you laugh:
I would have to agree with Annika here. It would have to be a Calvin & Hobbes book or any Gary Larson.
4. One book that made you cry:
Every Danielle Steele book I ever read. I quit reading her after about 15 books - I realized they were all the same, but I still cried.
5. One book you wish you had written:
The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale.
6. One book you wish had never been written:
Can't really think of any off-hand.
7. One book you are currently reading:
Okay, how about four:
The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease. Every parent should read this book.
Your Baby's First Year: week by week by Glade Curtis, Judith Schuler, and Lori Eining.
South Beach Diet by Arthur Agatston.
8. One book you have been meaning to read:
Not sure if this counts as reading but I open it every night so I'll count it: Sudoku Mind Benders published by Thinking Panda.
My Life by Bill Clinton.
9. One book that changed your life:
Are you there God? It's me, Margaret by Judy Blume. The subject matter of the book is not what changed my life. It is the first book I really remember reading for pleasure and I was hooked on reading ever since.
10. Now tag five people:
Holy crap, I don't think five people even read my blog. How about Jenn, Kelly, Laurie, Cindy and last but not least, Meghan. I know that's six, but like I said, I'm not sure anyone reads my blog so I added one for good measure.