I was like, "Well, okay, I'll download it and read it and see what all the fuss is about."
Then I realized that if I downloaded it and read it on the Kindle app on my iphone, as I do lots of quick reads, it would also show up in the carousel on Laura's new Kindle Fire. I could go and delete it from her virtual bookshelf, but every time I opened it on another device, her Kindle would helpfully sync and put it front and center again.
21st-century parenting. It is really something.
I decided to skip it, figuring that the author probably hadn't thought of any new ways to do it. Plus I'm still blushing from that dildo party I went to.
So I was glad when Aimee read it and reviewed it on her blog yesterday. And here's another good take on it from the NYT too. It says the appeal of the book is not in the dirty bits but in the Cinderella element, and I think that's prolly right.
What are you doing? I'm in Chattanooga with the kids, staying with Betty, Matt's mom. Matt will come after work tomorrow and we'll have Easter here.
|Stand still long enough and Grandmommy will put lotion on you.|
Girl Gone Wild.
Hope you're having fun! xoxo