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Los Angeles, CA

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November 10, 2013

What is your favorite classic book, and what is your favorite hidden treasure book (book that most won't be aware of)

As I Lay Dying is my favorite book. I've read quite a few non-fiction pieces that have been deeply touching: The Girl In The Green Sweater is the one that comes most immediately to mind.

Answer one or both parts of this question: if you could hang out with any author who would it be, or if you could be in any novel, what would it be?

If I could hang out with any author it would be Edgar Allan Poe, but he'd have to be sober during the encounter. If I could be in any novel it would be Little Women. I want to be one of the March sisters! Or, more specifically, Jo.

How awesome are you?



I'm a New England transplant living in Burbank, and mostly lurking around coffee shops and bookstores.

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