-"cash" by johnny cash
-"valley of the dolls" by jacqueline susann
-"let us now praise famous men" by james agee
-"pride and prejudice" by jane austen
-tons and tons and tons of film essays. tons.
i need to finish "eat pray love" first, however.
1. the communist manifesto (hahaha)
1 alternate: jim morrison biography
2. the stranger by albert camus
3. gone with the wind
4. one flew over the cuckoo's nest
5. steal this book by abbie hoffman
6. love in the time of cholera
7. the lovely bones by alice sebold
what do you kids think?
i really love how this account is called "clawmachines." i just got it. like the claw machines. at perkins. duh. i don't know why it took me so long to make that connection. ANYWAY, i figured that i should probably post something since i was the only one (of three) who hadn't yet. i'm not really sure that i have anything of any real significance to write, but i'm about 150-ish pages or so into twilight and...i secretly adore it. today i watched the trailer. O.M.G. still, i hate to admit how much i'm enjoying it. these last few sentences were oh-so-hard to type. you want to know the truth? i just want to lay in my bed for a day with a cup of tea (make that a POT of tea) and read the entire thing. damn straight. also, once is not enough is going pretty good as well -- what do you guys think? oh, and what night are we book clubbing this week? wednesday may not work out for me this time around, but i'm not sure yet.
i did make everyone a maintainer, though, which i think means that everyone has access to change the the community's icons, layout, profile, et al. i think. so have fun, do whatever you want. try it out, at least, if it doesn't work, i'll fix it.
the end. i'm going to read twilight part two some more. it really does suck, on top of making me really sad.