PD, the more I read about your preferences the more I'm beginning to thing you are my double.
I ALWAYS have a book going and it is almost always fiction. Who the heck needs to read nonfiction all the time when life is all around? The bigger question is Why do we read what we read?
> I'm a fiction lover. If I read educational
> or non-fiction, they are usually investing
> or computer related, and rarely every
> inspirational. Right now I only have 4 books
> in progress--My Ken Ishiguro one, The
> Options Report, Security Analysis and Silent
> Spring, 3 of which I've been reading for
> months now.
> Have you heard of one called Gilead? My dad
> gave me a copy, but I haven't gotten to it
> yet. He really enjoyed it and highly
> recommended it.
> Everywhere in my house where I can find
> extra space has become a library, the living
> room, my dresser, the hallway closet, the
> guest room, my closet, and I put a big huge
> shelf in the hallway itself, totally packed
> with books. And I still don't have enough,
> I love to read books. Usually nonfiction