I have a million books on my reading list this season.... Here are a few....
by Scott Weiland's ex-wife (& mostly a ghost writer). A memoir about modeling & the rocker lifestyle. I am a huge Weiland fan but I expect her book (released around the same time as his) to be much like Scott's, skimming the surface & for publicity purposes. I will still read it though.
"One year and one arduous home-renovation into their marriage, Ken and Bing head to the French countryside to celebrate their long-delayed honeymoon, swearing they're getting out of the home-fixing business for good. When they fall in love with the village of La Montagne Noire, they find themselves buying a fixer-upper and starting all over again-but this time, in French! McAdams recounts their mishaps and misadventures with humor, capturing the essence of French village life, the awkwardness of being foreigners in a close-knit town, the couple's hilarious linguistic pratfalls, and how the mammoth undertaking that threatens to tear their new marriage apart ultimately brings them closer together and helps them find a place in the community they have grown to love."
A little humor.
Could be entertaining.....
"We learn that Marie Curie used to provoke jealousy in colleagues' wives when she'd invite them into closets to see her glow-in-the-dark experiments. And that Lewis and Clark swallowed mercury capsules across the country and their campsites are still detectable by the poison in the ground. Why did Gandhi hate iodine? Why did the Japanese kill Godzilla with missiles made of cadmium? And why did tellurium lead to the most bizarre gold rush in history? "
& the great Hunter, of course. I squealed for joy. A couple I haven't read. YAY.
sources: everything from AMAZON.COM