I like to think of myself as having much more in common with a goat than a sheep, but when it comes to reading I tend to follow the herd.
How else to explain why I'd start The Omnivore's Dilemma this morning (Stefanie wrote about it last night), expect Sybil Bedford's The Favorite of the Gods in my mailbox any day now (LitLove put it on her 2006 list of favorites), and spend my time on the treadmill this week with George Gissing's short stories (brought once again to my attention via a reading forum)?
Sherman Alexie cancels book tour for memoir about his mother.
Why is Ben Murphy so happy? Because for once in his life, he's on time. He beat Roger Davis, Steve Kanaly and the moderator to the pan...
Last night I read Julian Barnes' The Sense of an Ending . Yes, the night before it went up against Donald Ray Pollock's The Devil Al...
When I finished Kevin Brockmeier's A Brief History of the Dead last spring I immediately did a search to see if the Coca-Cola Corp. had...