- Besides school books, about 80% of my reads last year were romance.
- Out of that 80%, I would honestly say 60% were really bad, 20% were passably decent, 5% were good enough to recommend and another 5% might have made my shelf.
- I need to get my butt 100% in the campaign. I need to think politics, practice politics, breathe politics and dream politics; my life, from now until May, has to be nothing but politics. Romance has always been a welcomed distraction, hence, I should stay away from it and anything else that distracts me. *wink*
- The first genre I fell in love with was historical fiction. I’ve been neglecting it the last couple of years and want to catch up on all the wonderful titles I’ve missed out on.
- My Life by Bill Clinton
- Winning Elections: Political Campaign Management, Strategy and Tactics by Ronald A. Faucheux
- The Campaign Manager: Running and Winning Local Elections by Catherine M. Shaw
- I, Mona Lisa by Jeanne Kalogridis
- Living History by Hillary Rodham Clinton
- The Spiral of Silence: Public Opinion, Our Social Skin by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann
- Readings in Latin American Politics: Challenges to Democratization by Peter Kingston
- Katherine by Anya Seton
I’ve already Started My Life. I’ve been in love with Bill Clinton from the time I was twelve years old so I put him first. I’ve been loving going to bed with him. *wink*
Anyone want to join me in some of these reads? If not, what’s in your TBR?