is there ever such a thing as too many books? not in my world. I have books on every flat surface; books in the kitchen, books in the living room, books on my nightstand & my kitchen table & my front room table & in the closets & in the 2 spare rooms & probably a few in the garage even =P my problem with books is that I love my books, get attached & then I don't want to give them up. in my world, there is no such thing as reading a book once & giving it away or taking it to the book trade. the only books I give up are ones I don't like, LOL. I am an avid rereader & will often go back to reread my favorites, as I look upon them as old friends. I'm currently on a mission to find more bookshelves & make the 1 spare room into my reading sanctuary. I've always wanted a window seat & while I don't think it's doable in the room right now, I vow to one day have one!
I am currently toting 4 books back & forth to work with me. I am rarely without a book in the car or in my purse. you never know when you might get stuck in a traffic jam or an endless 2 hour wait in the doctor's office. the books are listed under 'right now I have my nose in'. if you are questioning the logic behind toting all 4 around with me, I'll try to explain.
I'm mostly reading Undone right now, which is a historical romance. I quite like Virginia Henley, I've read quite a few of her books & she's good at hot sex even in times where people were probably having sex through a hole in the sheet.
I'm randomly rereading Rhage's book, Lover Eternal. I had it loaned out to the new girl in billing. I am quite proud to say that I have pimped the BDB to all the girls at work & have hooked 7 girls & am working on an 8th! it's so nice not to be the only one ripping my hair out over how long the wait is for John Matthew's book, Lover Mine. (APRIL?!?!?!) I had intended to just reread the hot sex parts of Rhage's book =P but as usual, JR's fabulous writing just yanked me back in. it's so cool to see how much her writing style has evolved since the beginning with Wrath's book. I can NEVER get enough of the BDB.
Rosie Dunne is written by Cecelia Ahern, who wrote P.S. I Love You. if you have not read it, I strongly encourage you to do so. while the movie was good (how can anything with Gerard Butler in it be bad, I ask you?), the book was 10 times better. I alternated between howling crying & howling laughing in the book. it is truly brilliant, a very insightful look on how people try to move on after losing someone they love more than anything. I haven't started Rosie Dunne yet but am anxious to because the tag line is: 'an enchanting novel about what happens when two people who are meant to be together just can't seem to get it right. Rosie and Alex are destined for each other, and everyone seems to know it but them.' we'll see how I like it.
Last but not least, Hungry Girl's Cookbook, which is fabulous. lots of yummy delicious recipes, most of which are not "diet" food & make you think you are eating your favorite comfort foods but you are saving yourself MEGA calories & fat grams. a very helpful thing for a girl like me, who wants to lose weight but has a severe sloth problem coupled with a gym/exercise allergy =P.
that's about it from my end at the moment, I'm now off to add more pics of hot men to my blog (always a pleasurable undertaking =D)