Tag: comedy

I Shouldn’t Drink While I Read

Love in a Nutshell—Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly Guys, I’m so far behind this from last summer. Yeesh. Which means, that I also kind of don’t remember it because during the summer I have a tendency to read books that are lighthearted and silly,…

sTori Telling–Tori Spelling

Okay look…I can’t explain why I picked this one up. I had zero interest in Tori Spelling, her career, or anything that’s ever happened to her. I bought this at a thrift store because I like to read incredibly random biographies now. And this…

Why Not Me?–Mindy Kaling

As I’ve said before: Mindy is my spirit animal. I had a theme going for a short time where I was reading books by thoughtful but filthy minded and mouthed women who tell it like it is and actually connected with me on a…

The Short Stack.

Good morning everyone! I’m clearing house of the tiny reviews. So here’s four to take a gander at. Summer of My Amazing Luck—Miriam Toews Literally only picked this up because I knew it was set in the summer. (Book challenge #14-A Book Set in…

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?–Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling is my spirit animal. She’s my Patronus. And that voice that sits at the side of my brain like a peanut gallery. She’s the person that makes me stand up for myself, say what I’m thinking, and generally acts as the beacon…

Happy Accidents–Jane Lynch

This was a surprise find in a thrift store. I had wanted to read it for a while but I do not have the monetary means to be purchasing a zillion books at full price. I’ve always admired Jane Lynch and how funny she…

The Sweet Spot–Stephanie Evanovich

This book is hard to judge just because it’s not what I thought it was going to be like when I first met these characters. They’ve appeared in another novel I read “Big Girl Panties” and they seemed like the more realistic of the…

Storm Front–Jim Butcher

My brother suggested this series, saying that I would love this guy just from his sheer sassy wit. He was right. Unlike most novels about wizards or magical lands, this one is a cut below (that’s right, I said “below” and meant it as…

Seriously…I’m Kidding–Ellen Degeneres

I love how real Ellen is. I remember watching her as a kid and thinking I wanted to be just like her. She’s funny in a way that’s lovely and kind and not brash and rude like most comics and I appreciate her lightheartedness…

Mr. Beans Diary–Robin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson

This book gave me a good chuckle. It was very easy to read and covered in drawings, which made it even easier. This isn’t his diary like a journal, it was his diary like his daily planner. So it had things relating to how…

Plum Lovin’–Janet Evanovich

I forgot you guys yesterday! I’m so sorry! If it makes you feel any better, I was eating at a cute little french-ish cafe and had a sub-par sandwich. But the macarons made up for it. Anywho! A Between-the-Numbers book with Stephanie Plum looking…

Smokin’ Seventeen–Janet Evanovich

Since the business was blown up the gang has been using Mooner’s RV as their main headquarters for the bonds agency.  Which causes some serious stress for everyone involved. Especially Connie. The biggest problem? Dead bodies are showing up in shallow graves in the…