Quick Question

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Maddie - May 6

Hey guys, I'm am running up to Books A Million cause i''m kinda depressed in my last trimester. My hubby went out with his guy friends, (which he never does, so I didn't protest) but I'm feeling a little down right now. DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY GOOD BOOKS that might make me feel better? They don't have to be preg. related...just any great book, or maybe great activity that helped you guys get through a lonely Friday night. =*(


KH - May 6

"The Worst-Case Scenario Handbook" by Joshua Piven. It's hard to make me laugh and I loved it. so funny and different "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten" by Robert Fulghum.


Tanja - May 6

I know how you feel. My fiance just started his own concrete fabricating business and it's 8:00 and hes still not home, like every night. I know it's going to be time consuming but It's making me sad lonely and depressed too. I'm 16 weeks tomorrow and if this is how the whole summer is going to be i'll go crazy. Do you like James Patterson? He rights good books. They're mystery


Misty - May 6

There is this book series that has Stories for a Woman's Heart, Stories for a pregnant Woman's Heart, Stories for a Man's Heart, yada yada. I really really liked the one called Stories for a Kindred Heart. It had stories that were so touchingly beautiful in it that they would make me cry. I have moved a lot in the past few years and it got lost somewhere along the way. I am getting another one though. The stories were something that made you look at life and people in a better way and I would read certain stories that I had marked over and over depending on what I was going through at the time. Wonderful book, I can't begin to stress it enough.


Jessie - May 6

Isabel Allende the House of Spirits, Great book.


tiffani~edd 11/07/05 - May 6

Belly Laughs, by Jenny McCarthy. Absolutely hilarious! Sorry you're having such a rough night. Take care & cheer up! :o)


Jbear - May 8

Try Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I loved it...it's about a woman who steps through a stone circle and is sent back 200 years to Scotland right before Culloden. Sounds dry, but there's lots of funny stuff and raunchy s_x scenes...and there's four more books in the series, to keep you entertained till your baby's born


Jaimee - May 8

Hmm....(looks at her bookcase), what about JV Jones, she is an awesome writer....she has three book to her series " The bakers boy" "The Man Betrayed" "Master and Fool"


dionne - May 8

i personally love james patterson novels!



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