Describe yourself in 3 words

Because I’m
in the midst of the biggest reading cram session of my young life (9 books to
finish in the next 6 weeks; totally do-able, but they’re all assigned reading, so there’s little time
for the fun kind), I’m communicating this week via shorthand. 

Some of these books below, I read by choice and liked. Some, not so much. 

Here goes…

Shopgirl by Steve Martin
3 words:
irreverent, shallow, modern
Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for
Lincoln’s Killer
by
James L. Swanson
3 words:
immediate, detailed, fast-paced
Whiskey Beach by Nora Roberts
3 words:
comfortable, homey, unrealistic

…with an unbelievably over-achieving female lead

2:00
“And so accomplished…”

Dad Is Fat by Jim Gaffigan
3 words:
funny, quick, warm

Yes Please by Amy Poehler
3 words:
varied, comic, Gen X

Point of Origin by Patricia Cornwell
3 words:
disturbing, raw, detailed

I’m so reading nothing but what I want. In May.


by

Reader, librarian, & happy little geek

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