Dead Until Dark, the first in the Sookie Stackhouse series, by Charline Harris. Only on chapter two. The more I read, the more I devoid myself from the show, which is not a bad thing, since the two are not one in the same, in some regards.
_A Charmed Life_, by Liza Campbell. About growing up in Macbeth's castle in an eccentric family, and _Psysics for Future Presidents_, by Richard A. Muller. A tough read in the nuclear wepons chapters! The new _Wired_ just arrived, though, and I am diving into this now.
Swindled: The Dark History of Food Fraud, from Poisoned Candy to Counterfeit Coffee. I find food and the food business fascinating. So far it's alright, but I wish the author didn't digresses from the actual topic quite as often.
I think ive read that. Is that where a witch finds this baby in a rotted out tree stump and the baby is really ugly. A bear pretty much raises the child. Does it have a lot of fairy tale similaraties in it and stuff?
If it is i actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I read it in like a day and a half to two days, but of course i was in high school then and thats all i did in class anyway. luls.
I just finished the Invention of Air by Stephen Johnson. I enjoyed it very much. It has an interesting mix of the history of science & American history. I believe that Dry Storeroom No. 1 by Richard Fortey will be next.