If you have read this blog for any amount of time you probably know I adore all things Gulmore Girls. When I noticed that Lauren Graham had an audio out – narrated by HER, well… just try to stop me from listening. ;P
From growing up to failed attempts at dating (tall is not always awesome), Lauren shares it all. When you look at her today and who roles she plays on TV you see a confident fun woman, that honestly I would love to go have coffee with and call her friend (hint hint!!!) Yet listening to this audio you will find out that as often is the case, looks can be deceiving.
Of course I listened to hear all the inside scoops on Gilmore Girls… what is was like to work with the amazing Alexis and how crazy was that cast and Stars Hollow (although not so secretly I wish I lived there).
Lauren shared much about life, advice, and yes, Gilmore Girls original and Gil More Girls the special that came on Netflix recently and how that came to be. Most of this I loved… some of it droned on that while I could listen to Lauren Graham’s fast talk all day… maybe not all day about re watching episodes or diet advice… some felt like filler when I think there could have been more about Gilmore Girls (yes yes I am bias)
Over all? Liked to the point of loved but not quite. I am of course glad I listened to it, as I did walk with away with some fun facts and of course found her narration on her own book – fantastic. That’s the way is should be.
For Gilmore Girls Fans… a must.
Did you know June is audio book month? If you do decide you want to listen to this book…
please do just that – LISTEN to it… there is something pretty amazing
about Lauren Graham talking to you about Gilmore Girls and although I am sure the book is good…
come on people this one needs to be on audio.
Coffee. Coffee. Coffee.
Yes… it is a Gilmore morning…
Ok that was random but I laughed. I love the ending of this one.
Book club was uber great last night but it really usually is. 14 of the Bookies made it last night in what was like our first real snow that I have seen this season. Roads were slick, but the girls made it to my house.
We discussed Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain over tasty Kielbasa, mini meatloaves, fruit salad, cheese, crackers, and wine. I handed out our books from Harper Collins and we chose our next read for March:
The Rocky Mountains have cast their spell over the Courtlands, a young family from the plains taking a last summer vacation before their daughter begins college. For eighteen-year-old Caitlin, the mountains loom as the ultimate test of her runner’s heart, while her parents hope that so much beauty, so much grandeur, will somehow repair a damaged marriage. But when Caitlin and her younger brother, Sean, go out for an early morning run and only Sean returns, the mountains become as terrifying as they are majestic, as suddenly this family find themselves living the kind of nightmare they’ve only read about in headlines
or seen on TV.
As their world comes undone, the Courtlands are drawn into a vortex of dread and recrimination. Why weren’t they more careful? What has happened to their daughter? Is she alive? Will they ever know? Caitlin’s disappearance, all the more devastating for its mystery, is the beginning of the family’s harrowing journey down increasingly divergent and solitary paths until all that continues to bind them together are the questions they can never bring themselves to ask: At what point does a family stop searching? At what point will a girl stop fighting for her life?
Written with a precision that captures every emotion, every moment of fear, as each member of the family searches for answers, Descent is a perfectly crafted thriller that races like an avalanche toward its heart-pounding conclusion, and heralds the arrival of a master storyteller.
Sound good? I think so!
Today I have work to catch up on. I have been hanging out with friends and family since Saturday and now I need to get something done 🙂
And just in case you have not had enough coffee…