Let's take a look at all the books I've checked out of the library that I haven't even started yet, shall we?
Swan for the Money by Donna Andrews, number 11 in the Meg Langslow mysteries. You know it's bad when I don't even have time to pick up one of these light-hearted reads.
Groundswell by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. I hear this is a good book for learning the underpinnings of social media, not just "how you put an ad on Facebook."
Assassination Vacation by Sarah Vowell. I would like to think that with my obsession with obituaries and Sarah's obsession with political assassins, we could be friends.
Life by Keith Richards. I heard him being interviewed on Fresh Air, and he sounded interesting. Plus he called Terry Gross "darlin'" in an off-hand way.
The Bucolic Plague by Josh Kilmer-Purcell. Recommended by a friend and it sounds like a blast. May want to follow up with Kilmer-Purcell's first memoir about his days as a drug-addicted drag queen. But first, the part where he and his partner leave Manhattan to become gentlemen farmers.
Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style by Kate Betts. Lots of pretty pictures. I'll probably start here first.
What's piled up on your bedside table?