In this book I write a lot about romance, female friendships, unfair situations that now seem funny in retrospect, unfair situations that I still don't think are funny, Hollywood, heartache, and my childhood. Just that really hard-core, masculine stuff men love to read about.I take that as a personal challenge to be a complete dude and read this book. I might even snort coffee this morning and say to my coworkers "Bro, this chick is so funny, but she's got frenemies."
This book will take you two days to read. Did you even see the cover? It's mostly pink. If you're reading this book every night for months, something is not right.I love this woman.
I had no idea that Blood Red Road was optioned as a movie already. This is what happens when you don't read the news, watch TV, or go to the movies, or care for Ridley Scott at all.
I finished The Future of Us last night and will write about it tonight while I get my weekend wine-buzz going. I started reading it because I thought the premise was neat but read this line of dialogue:
"Do you like your new computer?" she asks. "Are you two surfing the World Wide Web with all those free hours?"Of course, this is a character's mom from 1996 talking, and she is referring to AOL, so maybe she's suppose to talk like that? I don't know.