I tried reading books on my to-read list in the order of purchase but it doesn’t look like this is gonna work. My mood isn’t cooperating. Out of 20 books on my to-read stack, so far 9 of them have me stoked.
Between the premise (contained in the title and or by-line), and that first page, I so look forward to sinking into the books listed below and adding them to my library.
Stranger Here ‘how weight-loss surgery transformed my body and messed with my head’ by Jen Larsen I bought from the library. It’s a traditionally pubbed book that snagged my interest going by that by-line.
best lesbian love stories 2005, edited by Angela Brown, I also bought from the library. Yeah, I’m curious. The fact that these are short stories is turning me on.
Whiteout ‘Lost in Aspen’, by Ted Conover, is another library purchase. And yes, the mountainous mountaineer adventures grab me too.
The Wendy Williams Experience has me really going. I’ve of course heard of this woman, but have never listened to her ...and guessing by the cover… it's on the radio where I missed hearing her. And taking another guess, this time based on the table of contents, I expect this one to be stuffed with some really juicy stories. I mean really? Negroidian?
Kristin Henderson’s opening page in Driving by Moonlight grabbed me straightaway. It’s a memoir and though I suspect much surplus drama, I’m already rooting for the memoirist.
Nowhere To Goa by Doug E. Jones is a Indie, but WOW, that first page was another good one.
Easy Like Sunday Mourning by Jennie Marts was a pleasant surprise to peek in on. Looking forward to reading it.
Same goes for Desperate to Be a Housewife by Meg Bortin.
And the only reason I haven’t yet cracked open Michael Moore’s Here Comes Trouble is due to something like saving what I expect to be the best, for last… except… that was before peeking in on those other 8 titles.