Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Mother always knows best

It's less than a month now until the May 2 release of "I Did (But I Wouldn't Now)" the sort-of sequel/spin off to "I Do (But I Don't)" and I'm excited.

It's gotten at least two good reviews - one from an objective critic and one from my mom, who has never claimed to be objective, but has said, repeatedly, "I think this is the funniest novel I've ever read, and I'm not just saying that because I'm your mother and I have to."

Mom also says that this novel is funny until the very end, and doesn't let you down, like some other books do. That's mom-speak for "I liked it. I REALLY liked it! And I'm not just saying that because I'm your mother."

Now, if that doesn't sell you on the book, I don't know what will. This is my mom we're talking about. Forget the New York Times. Moms always know best.

Now, I won't tell you what my brother has to say on the subject, namely because he doesn't read my books. In general, his motto is "I don't read anything except the sports section" and if pressed, he'll say, "You want me to read this? It has purple on the cover!"

4 comments:

sara said...

I'm SO looking forward to this! I am actually rereading I do but I don't right now so it will be fresh in my mind when i read this one.

Cara Lockwood said...

Hi Sara!

I hope you like "I Did" - even though it's told from Lily's perspective. Lily is definitely the opposite of Lauren in just about every way, but they are (hopefully) both fun to read about!

Cara

Brittany said...

haha, i can't imagine that many words coming out of matt's mouth at once. he is the silent type. but maybe he is mor e talky around his big sis.

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