Monday, September 10, 2007

Stephanie Plum Overload

I think I am morphing into Stephanie Plum. I have read all of Janet Evanovich's books featuring this bounty hunter extraordinaire up to and including #11. I am now on one of the "between the numbers" books and then I will start #12. I am starting to feel like a place should be set for me at the Plum dinner table with Mom and Dad and Grandma Mazur waiting for the pineapple-upside-down cake.

I have removed my non-fiction challenge from my sidebar. I am a failure at challenges apparently. I would rather read what I want to read when I want to read it, and in life -- I would rather do what I want to do when I want to do it. Oh yeah, I am responsible and adult and all that mundane stuff. But, wouldn't it be fun to just, well, BE A BOUNTY HUNTER!!??






In someone's past post, the question once was Morelli or Ranger? If you read these books you know "whereof I speak." At that point I said Morelli. I am now leaning towards Ranger. Way towards. Stephanie Plum is nothing like me. I have always been and am still much more of a wimp. But really -- if I use my imagine I could see myself dressed in "Rangeman" black, including the utility belt with stun gun, pepper spray, and cuffs. Of course, it would be all about the outfit and the proximity to Ranger -- not the weapons. As the series continues and evolves, Ranger divulges more and more of his mysterious persona to me - I mean, to Stephanie. He is just so, so cool.




My daughter will read this and Beth, I guess you are saying in horror, "Oh, Mom, really!" as you wonder if this may be your dear mother's alter-ego. Don't worry -- it's just that life is so ORDINARY lately. Day in day out, same old, same old. I am still the same old Mom and Grammy for you and the boys, though.



I think I am reading way too many Stephanie Plum books, don't you?

4 comments:

kris said...

Too funny! I sometimes wonder about life as my favorite literary figures too. I haven't read Stephanie Plum - but I love Sue Grafton's heroine (of course her name is totally escaping me now!). It used to be the romantics waiting to be rescued - so I actually see women who DO something as a step in the right direction! :)

As you saw, I finally did the nameless meme. Thanks for tagging me!!

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kookiejar said...
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kookiejar said...

Violetlady, I think you are very brave to admit to all of us your fantasies of being Stephanie Plum. I'd be lying if I said I didn't think about being Kinsey Milhone or Anita Blake. That's what's so great about the reading life!