My Latest Reading List

Now and then Mom and I fill you in on what we have been reading.  Since I was able to actually sit down and read when Yankee and I were on vacation, I thought I would share with you what I have been reading lately.  Now, let me just say that it is light and fluffy reading.  There’s nothing heavy or intense, and I am all over the place in my book selections.

 

 

Seinfeldia

 

I loved Seinfeld when it was on television, and I still love it.  Many times if Yankee and I want to watch a quick show, we pick a Seinfeld episode because it’s a show we can both agree on, and  it is still to this day so funny.  This book is a fun read about the “behind the scenes” and how the show came together.  The thing that surprised me most is that every episode was based on something that truly happened to one of the writers.  Each story line came from real life.  Those are the kinds of things I learned.  Now I want to go back and start from the pilot after reading this book.

 

The Kind Worth Killing

 

Next up is a suspense book. I never thought I would be a fan, but after really enjoying Girl on a Train and Gone Girl, I thought I would give this one a try.  It was a page turner and if you like a good mystery, suspense novel, you might want to give this book a try.

 

How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids

 

I read about this book in People magazine, and I was laughing when I saw the title.  It was funny, had some good points, and I enjoyed the read.  I do have to say I do not hate Yankee after Little Miss came along, and I think he kept wondering why I was reading this book.  For sure, things are different after children, but we think we have slowly figured out this thing called parenting and enjoy our we time.

 

 

Turning the Tables

 

I bought this book and had it on my Kindle a while but never read it till our trip.  I do love me some Housewives shows, and of course, I wanted to read all about prison life for Teresa.  If you love the Housewives, then you know what I’m talking about.  Again, it was nothing heavy, but I enjoyed reading it because I felt like a fly on the wall.

 

 

The Happiest Kids in the World

 

Next up on my reading list is  The Happiest Kids in the World.  I can’t wait to dive into this book.  Let’s hope I can read more than a few pages at night before falling asleep.  The Netherlands is my mom’s favorite country, and she wants to read this book, too.

 

I am always looking for book suggestions.  Please leave a comment and share some books you have read.

 

Cheers!

 

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