Here's how it works:
- Think of a particular group of good things you want to make a list on, does not necessarily have to be about books, e.g. your current book wish list, or your favorite book foods (you know, foods you love to eat while reading, if you're like me), or your favorite girly names, whatever you can think of, as long as it makes you feel good.
- If you have no ideas for a list, you can always visit my blog post to check out my theme for that week and you can take a cue from my list.
- Post your list on your blog, grab that cute ARGH button above and put it on your post too, so we'd know you're doing this meme.
- Leave the link for your post on my own 10 Good Things post for the week, if you see others doing it, comment too and let's share our good things with everybody.
- Everybody goes through the whole week happy!
- It's losely based on a real event in the author's life.
- It's got really juicy - if trashy - scandals that would get you hooked and keep you reading.
- The clothes mentioned here are fantastic!
- Jacqueline Turner is such a shallow, self-centered narrator and it's hard not to read more just to get more laughs out of her antics.
- The men in Jackie's life have such colorful personalities and quirks.
- It might sound stupid but I guess I'm one of those people who get a kick out of reading about somebody else's stupid decisions and actions.
- It's your typical chick-lit but with more room for dirty scandals.
- In spite of all the scandal, it's still a pretty light read that would be perfect for those days when you've got nothing better to do than sit back and read, or in preparation for a more serious read, or to cool down after reading a pretty heavy story.
- It sounds like a Washington version of Sex and the City, but in my opinion, Jackie looks way hotter than Carrie Bradshaw.
- Even though it gets a bit too nasty in some parts, it remains witty and entertaining, with some introspective reflections that at other times would come off as a silly and worn-out cliche but turns out to be hilarious, considering that the person rattling off such sensitive realizations is a shallow but predatory narrator.
So tell me, what are your Ten Good Things for this week?