Good job, radio stations!
I've been going through my books and I have a few that would not be amiss at a new home. So if anyone wants 'em, they're free. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like any of these titles:
Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner
Animal Husbandry by Laura Zigman
How to Be Good by Nick Hornby
Dreamcatcher by Stephen King
American Gods by Neil Gaiman - notice: this copy, is, how should I say? Very used. It's not ripped, but it has a lot of wear, thanks to my dad, who borrowed it and kept it in his toolbox. Yeah. The story has a happy ending though. He later bought me a new copy when I went to the Gaiman book signing last summer. So I have a sexy, signed copy now. *g*
By this list, my reading habits do not at all match up to what I'm usually reading. I read a lot of stuff before the 1800s (*hugs Shakespeare*) and I'm terribly behind in 'modern' novels. I blame that on James Joyce.
Hell, let me blame me not finishing the next part of Go Out Swinging on Joyce. Frelling A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man