August 3, 2011
The Digital Diet by Daniel Sieberg . . . but I don't have a tech addiction, I swear! Actually, it may have been The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman. I was reading the two at the same time, and I can't recall which one I finished up first.
This is a question I can never answer.
John Henry Days by Colson Whitehead Brilliance by Design by Vicki Halsey The Jungle Books by Rudyard Kipling
I gravitate more toward the literary rather than heavily commercial end of the book spectrum (I don't mean I turn up my nose if it's not Faulkner--just that James Patterson, for example, isn't really my thing.) And nonfiction tends to catch my eye more easily than fiction. (But I've found that book groups are a great way for me to incorporate more fiction reading into my life!)
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