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Hey you. Yes, you. Did you know you’re a time being? A time being is a being in time. Since we are all beings, occupying space and time, we are all time beings. That sounds pretty existential, right? Don’t worry, A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki is a fun book!
On December 31st my cubicle neighbor Cindy (*waives to Cindy*) and I were discussing our 2015 reading resolutions. I also read her post about it here on Reading Addict and sure enough, our goals could practically meet and shake hands. It occurred to me, that my own goal to write more and/or talk more about the books I read, could be met pretty easily if I started submitting articles to the Reading Addict blog, so here I am!
Sometimes I’m in the mood to be comforted by a book and at other times I want to be provoked. Comforting books are rarely good for discussion, while unsettling books are ripe for conversation. The following three books are literary, captivating, and guaranteed to make you feel a little squirmy.
Every year I make New Year’s resolutions, and like most people, I rarely keep them. Ever the optimist, that doesn’t keep me from continuing to make them. Almost every year my resolutions include at least one that’s related to reading. Being respectful of tradition, I guess I’ll make some reading resolutions for 2015 (with no pressure to actually keep them).
I was a reader long before the Internet took over the world. These days it’s easy for book junkies like me to find good books to read. Thousands of titles and authors, book reviews and articles, reader ratings and reviews are at my fingertips. This wasn’t always the case.