I just finished reading Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, and have started Paper Towns by John Green.
What are you reading?
Which narrative style do you prefer when reading a book?
What book would we be surprised to hear that you’ve never read?
I’ve read four memoirs or biographies since the beginning of the year, so far my favorite has been Guts: The Endless Follies and Tiny Triumphs of a Giant Disaster by Kristen Johnston. Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (And Other Concerns) is a very close second.
What are some of your favorite memoirs or biographies?
What is the most unusual thing you’ve used as a bookmark?
I’ve started using Goodreads to log the books I’m reading, have read and would like to read. I’ve got a widget in my right sidebar if you’d like to add me as a friend, or see what I’m reading.
Do you use Goodreads?
Self help books, we’ve all read them, right? Last night I was at Barnes & Noble browsing the books. Which brings on the questions:
Do you find them to be at all interesting and/or helpful? If you were to write a self help book, what would your focus be?