I love books, but am easily distracted
  1. Great Expectations -Charles Dickens, probably 5 or 6 times. I don't know why I revel in Pip's misery, but I do.
  2. The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath, I can really relate.
  3. Sacre Blue - Christopher Moore, because it's fun.
  4. I'll Never Be French (no matter what I do) - Mark Greenside, because I want to be french and move to France.
  5. Where is the Green Sheep - Mem Fox and Judy Horacek, because it made my daughter laugh.
  6. The monster at the end of this book, I don't know who wrote it but it made my son laugh, and I really love Grover.
  7. Paris - Edward Rutherford. Seriously, I love France and historical fiction.
  8. The glass books of the dream eaters - Gordon Dahlquist, historical science fiction need I say more.