2/12/13

Inside Our Book Club

(via)

Besides the great book discussions we have during our book clubs each month, I always take home a sheet of notes filled with even more book titles or films to check out, plus all kinds of exciting and useful info that I've learned from the ladies in our club. 

Last Sunday, inside our book club:

  • Risotto is worth all the hassle of stirring, or whatever kind of love you have to add, because it tastes amazing every single time I eat it. 
  • A recommendation to watch Tiny Furniture after chatting about the show Girls (Lena Denham and her mother star in the movie).
  • I'm a little scared, but I hear I need to read some Agatha Christie.
  • Lip stains vs lipstick.  Lip stain wins.
  • 10 pages into White Teeth and heard it's worth a read. 
  • Another YA trilogy that I will be reading of course.

Can't say enough how much I love this group of women. 

11 comments:

  1. what a cute blog you have! i read agatha christie in school...she is different from my usual style of books, but good!
    cute blog, now following!
    XO chaseandem.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. Love your blog! Maybe we could follow each other on bloglovin or GFC? Please leave me a comment or follow me and I will follow you =)

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Le-Petit-Plastique/473640259360447

    http://lepetitplastique.blogspot.com/

    **Giveaway on my blog**

    ReplyDelete
  3. I watched tiny furniture, and liked it! Very quirky, and entertaining, but I never felt like it got anywhere.. worth a watch, though. Curious about White Teeth!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'll let you know what I think, I added it to my Netflix queue.

      Delete
  4. I started a book club with a few girlfriends last year! It's the greatest. Currently reading Every Day by David Levithan. P.S. Tiny Furniture is a great film.

    xx, E

    girlwiththestartattoo.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Book clubs are the best. What a fun excuse to get a group of women together to chat about novels.. and boys, and pop culture, and food. I love it.

      Delete
  5. I just bookmarked the Legend trilogy. I think all I read was "dark, futuristic...girl hired to hunt down boy criminal" and I was IN. I love my YA!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hahaha, at least you branched out! My list of YA novels read has outgrown my list of normal-grown-up-fiction read, by a mile.

      Delete
  6. I love my book club too! And yes to Agatha Christie. All the way.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm just getting caught up on your blog, Kendra!! This post made me so happy. WE LOVE YOU TOO!! <3 Yay!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I can't believe I didn't catch this post! I love our little book club so much too. This made me so stinkin' happy. And if you haven't read Agatha Christie yet, you SO should. :) Definitely start with "And Then There Were None". It's getting to Halloween time now, so it can be your creepy read! Love you!!

    ReplyDelete