OK, you didn’t, but for all intents and purposes that really doesn’t matter.
Note that you can almost always tell what I’m currently reading, and what I just read, in the “Recent Reading” sidebar, which links to the two most recent entries into my Librarything library.
But, what if you want to know what I’m going to read NEXT? For some strange reason, you know, because people wonder stuff. Well, here’s what’s on my stack:
My current lunch-reading project. I’m about halfway through it. Pretty interesting, if dry, stuff about colleges and how they determine their enrollment, what role affirmative action plays, and what other factors (hint: money) play into acceptance.
It looked interesting, and I’ve always thought it was funny how many things are medicated these days, not to mention how lazy educators are when it comes to dumping the blame on modern “illnesses”. I speak from experience in some ways, watching my brother go through the system with “ADD”. Also, now that I’m a parent I’m pretty concerned about the various dumbass boxes people may try and lump my child into.
Impulse buy on the rack at Powell’s. I read the blurb on the back and it sounded interesting. Amusingly, I happened to get an autographed version, so the author must have been through recently and thaaaaaaat’s why it was out on the display rack.
I found out that the author of this book, Brandon Sanderson, had been chosen by Robert Jordan’s wife (and editor – same person) to finish the Wheel of Time series from Robert’s notes. That in itself was intriguing, especially it being someone I had never heard of before…so I’m curious how well he writes on his own. The series seems to have gotten good reviews, but I tried to avoid reading them too deeply lest it fuck with my perception. I rarely read reviews of fiction titles before I read them – the complete opposite of my behavior for non-fiction.
There, I hope you enjoy the feeling of curiosity satiated. Maybe later I’ll draw you a picture of my bowel movements, just in case you’re REALLLLLY curious (and need mental help).