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  • Heidi Pitlor: The Birthdays

    Heidi Pitlor: The Birthdays
    I'm loving this story about 3 siblings who gather to celebrate their dad's 75th birthday. It's frightening how many similarities there are with the Millers in the novel, and the Denise real-life siblings.

  • Susan Choi: American Woman

    Susan Choi: American Woman
    I'm reading this because I saw it on SuperSpecialK's bookshelf once and she told me I should read it. I'm having a bit of a hard time getting into it, but I think I'm supposed to.

  • Ayelet Waldman: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits

    Ayelet Waldman: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits
    Maybe it's because I like this author's husband's writing so much--but I've lapped up both of Ayelet Waldman's novels eagerly.

  • Martha Sherrill: The Ruins of California

    Martha Sherrill: The Ruins of California
    I loved this book, and burned through it in a day. A good read for many reasons, but particularly if you have a soft spot for San Francisco or California in general.

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March 08, 2007

Comments

superspecialk

I have a new guilty pleasure - The search for the next Pussycat Doll!!! It's even better than ANTM.

islaygirl

omg, special k is right. i can't watch it when the wee one is there, it's just too trashy, but it's great.

Chicken&Waffles

Any interest in the new Bravo hair show? What's it called...Top Hair? Shear Madness? Another bad Project Runway spinoff from Bravo? You know hairdressers can be the worst kind of bitches, so I expect diva like behavior and possible flinging of hair bleach, maybe some misue of extensions and a bad weave or two.

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