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    Everytime I take my mom to the library, I end up getting some books too, and I havent even finished the ones I got last time I went..its a sickness lol but I had to get Change Of heart by jodi Picoult, because everytime I looked for it it was always out..so I was afraid if I didnt get it I would miss out for awhile lol
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    I am so happy I got 2 books I wanted. American Lion, the new Andrew Jackson bio. My husband had to go to 3 stores to get it as it's apparantly pretty popular. Jon Meachum the Editor of Newsweek is the author.

    And I got Belle Weather: Mostly Sunny with a Chance of Scattered Hissy Fits, by Celia Rivenbark. I LOVE her books.
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    I just got Nicholas Sparks "the rescue" I love Nicholas Sparks, Im glad i found one of his I hadnt read.
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    I'm just finishing up Sedaris' Holidays on Ice. I love him and I finally bought this one after wanting it for many years. It's hilarious and sufficiently cynical.
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    I'm reading "J Is For Judgment" by Sue Grafton. I haven't read any of the others in the series, other than "A", but I'm enjoying it. May need to go to the library or find a used book store to get the others...
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    Right now I'm reading Beauty and the Beast by Ed McBain. I've read most of his books, but this is one that I somehow missed. After I'm finished with it, I'm going on to The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling.
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    Just started Scarpetta, the latest in Patricia Cornwell's series. I'm curious to see where else she can possible take Kay Scarpetta.
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    I'm in the middle of "Dark Tort" by Diane Mott Davidson, 1/4 of the way through The Bride Finder by Susan Carroll and I am about to start "The Last Lecture" by Randy Pausch.
    I'm off for the next week so I shouldn't have too much trouble finishing them off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3257516;
    I got Belle Weather: Mostly Sunny with a Chance of Scattered Hissy Fits, by Celia Rivenbark. I LOVE her books.
    If you are from the South, you will laugh your butt off. If you are from the North you will laugh too and shake your head saying: "yep, those Southerners".
    I agree! I bought that book yesterday and have already read it. Celia Rivenbark is hysterically funny.

    I'm going to read "The Memory of Water" by Karen White next. Several friends have suggested it to me so I picked it up yesterday during my spending spree at the bookstore.
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