|08:47 am - Doug fan appreciate meetup|
I have no idea if people on my flist are the slightest bit interested, but I want to go on record as not being the only Doug Mirabelli fan in the world.
Current Mood: working
|12:36 pm - Between posts|
I'm actually getting a lot of work done, and figuring out a lot of problems, my brain feels like it's over-clocked. Just finding it hard to focus on any one thing at a time.
Booking Through Thursday
This week's question is suggested by Puss Reboots:
How much do reviews (good and bad) affect your choice of reading? If you see a bad review of a book you wanted to read, do you still read it? If you see a good review of a book you’re sure you won’t like, do you change your mind and give the book a try?
I find it hard to believe other people's reviews. I've not always had the same reaction to things that other people do. I'm less interested in the reviewer's opinion and more interested in what they say about the book itself. I've had a lot of experience separating opinion from fact and keeping only the things that interest me.
Current Mood: rushed
Current Music: The Nails "88 Lines about 44 Women"