It's been a while. Everybody release your breath you've been holding, waiting for my blogging return. Wink wink.
As I jump back into my blogging routine, I thought I'd start with an easy read. Books. One of my favorite things. It's been quite a while since I found a book that I've sincerely, truly enjoyed. That being said, I give you, "Where'd You Go, Bernadette?" by Maria Semple.
This book was recommended to me by a co-worker, and I read it in 48 hours. I laughed out loud, too. If you only read the jacked description, you may not pick it up. A girl wants to go to Antarctica on a trip to find her mother? No, thanks. However, within the first few pages of this great piece, you won't be able to put it down.
After I learned that author Maria Semple had been a writer for the 90s sitcom Mad About You, it became obvious why I liked the book. Even at the tender age of nine I knew that was a good show, and was funny. Semple was also a writer for Ellen, Arrested Development and Saturday Night Live.
The book is worth the read; I look forward to reading more of Semple's work. If I can find it. Anybody read any outstanding books lately?