I'm jumping on the bandwagon and joining the Spring Reading Thing for 2009. You can check out the details by clicking on the button in the sidebar. Here's what I have read (since Spring started a little over a week ago now) or am planning on reading by the end of Spring:
Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat? by Peter Walsh (finished 3/23)
ScreamFree Parenting by Hal Edward Runkel (finished 3/29)
It's All Too Much by Peter Walsh (finished 4/7)
The Great Brain Suck by Eugene Halton (decided to just skim this one. too many really big words, made me feel like I was back in college. clearly the premise is correct.)
Hot, Flat, and Crowded by Thomas L Friedman (decided not to read this one. My husband is listening to it during his commute time and filling me in. I love the executive summary!)
Adam by Ted Dekker (finished 4/2 - typical Dekker, I finished it in a day)
The Shack by William P. Young
Sex God by Rob Bell
Multiple Bles8ings by Jon & Kate Gosselin (finished 4/14 - really glad I read this. gave me a whole new perspective on why someone might end up with multiples.)
The 8th Confession by James Patterson (finished 5/6)
Boneman's Daughters by Ted Dekker (finished 5/10)
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan (finished 5/24) - fun children's series. Movie due out 2010.
Crave by Cynthia M. Bulik, Ph.D. (finished 5/26)
I think I'll start with this list and see if I can make it through. I'm sure to add something as I go along. I can't resist the bookstore or the library.