Anybody want some free books? If you live near Plymouth or Grand Rapids… or will be passing through… or want to send me a couple of bucks for shipping… they are yours for the asking.
Here are the titles I’m getting rid of:
1. Nurture Shock by Po Bronson & Ashley Merryman. Great book about childrearing. It was indeed shocking. Sadly, you can only be shocked by the same information once.
2. Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D. H. Lawrence. I throw Lawrence books into walls, but you might like them.
3. Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
4 and 5. Cover Her Face and/or The Black Tower by P. D. James. I like a good P. D. James mystery but don’t have the shelf space for all of them.
6. Forgotten God by Francis Chan. This was a book study selection, so there’s some underlining—but it comes with snarky margin scribbles, so there’s that.
7. Crazy Love also by Francis Chan. I thought it was annoying, but again—it might be your favorite book ever. You’ll never know unless you take it and free up some shelf space for me.
8. Wild at Heart by John Eldredge. This book makes me want to punch things.
9. Victory over the Darkness by Neil T. Anderson. Another study book. This one I really liked, although I’m pretty sure there’s at least one “WTH, Anderson” in the margins.
10. His Needs, Her Needs by Willard Harley. We read it, and our marriage is clearly perfect. I’m not sure the two are correlated, but I thought it was an interesting read.
11. The Pocket Stylist by Kendall Farr. I like to read about being stylish. It’s way more fun than actually doing it.
12. Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell is This? by Marion Meade. Because everyone needs more biographies of random minor American writers from the 20s.
That’s all I’ve got right now, friends. Any takers? You can feel free to email me if you don’t want everyone else to know that you collect style books or are a huge Tatiana de Rosnay fan. Although, admittedly, I would probably buy a book just for her name. It’s kind of fun to say.