That’s right folks–this time around, you get to tell me what to read!
An announcement! After extensive copy-pasting, site organizing, and Googling of authors, I’m proud to present a catalog of [most of] my books! Of course I have my own personal methods of keeping my books in order, but this is an online way to let you guys see just what all I’ve got on my shelves.
I’ve used Listography, a website that lets you make lists of whatever you want. I know that may sound a little nerdy, but for a Type-A person like myself, it’s like Heaven on Earth!
Feel like snooping around my shelves? Here’s the key.
And now back to your regularly scheduled blog post:
Some Helpful Guidelines
(1) It doesn’t have to be a book you enjoyed. It’s good to try and see the good in even the books that let us down, so if you want a second opinion, or you merely want to make CPC waste just as much time on a crappy tome as you did, now’s your chance!
(2) Sadly, I don’t read any language but English. So if you’re wanting to recommend Don Quixote, etc., please recommend a translated version–preferably one that you yourself have read. A bad translation of a book can ruin the entire experience.
(3) Money does not grow on trees. If I can’t get it for free from the local library (or from a friend), chances are you are SOL.
(4) Please try to recommend novels of manageable length. Not even I can finish something like War and Peace in two weeks.
If you think you’ve got the perfect book, I totally want to hear about it! All you have to do is leave a comment that includes the book’s title and the author’s name (first and last, if you please). I’ll read the book, and then post an entry about it here on the blog on Wednesday, April 21st.
So…what should I be reading?