[DWJ] Books to avoid
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Thu Sep 6 18:37:53 EDT 2007
On Wed, 5 Sep 2007 22:16:50 +0100, Hallie O'Donovan wrote:
>>*Daddy Drinks Because You Cry*
>>(Note: one of my relatives did not realize that this was by way of being
>>humorous and not real. It's not real. Just in case anyone tries to order
>>one of these from Amazon or something. :)
>Heh. I would be *very* tempted by 'Daddy Drinks Because You Cry'.
>That's pure twisted genius.
I think they're HILARIOUS. I am warped.
>(it's been a really dull day)
>Would it do anything to share vicariously in my discovery that the
>next - and last - Casson family book is out already? (At least over
>This Side.) Just wandered into a bookshop and found it sitting there.
>I thought there'd be much more of a wait before it was out.
Seriously? I have to see about getting it. I wasn't satisfied with _Caddy
Ever After_, and I'm eager for more. I need something to read.
I should NEVER say that my day is dull again. Wednesday afternoon, while
dragging my eldest through a horrible grammar lesson, I was interrupted by
some neighbor children shouting that they'd brought us a kitten they'd
rescued. It turned out to be two weeks old and terrified and tiny, and now
I am involved (since these kids are the "parents" of our youngest cat and
they were confident I could figure out what to do, ha, let's hope so) in
what has a fifty percent chance, according to the vet, of turning out very
badly indeed. On the plus side, he's a strong little critter and eats very
well and purrs like crazy; unfortunately, he seems to be developing an eye
infection, which is the biggest obstacle we have to overcome.
Oh yeah. Not dull at all.
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