Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Spring Reading Thing 2009

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.


  1. I have to read Dekker during the day! LOL. Kate Gosslin is coming to town, but the tickets are too expensive for me!

  2. I'd love to hear more about Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat? I read Walsh's book, It's All Too Much, and thought it was fantastic. I wasn't aware he had another one out. What did you think of it?