If I ever manage to find myself sitting on a plane next to Parker Posey, please let it be like this book!
Fair warning: I love Parker Posey's work.
The way the book is structured is a bit hodgepodge like a conversation can be, jumping from topic to topic, going form the mundane to intimate, to musings and back again.
I thought this was interesting. It‘s an article about the most famous book set in every state. Here‘s the link: https://www.businessinsider.com/most-famous-book-set-in-every-state-2016-11
As I close out 2019, I am happy to have just survived. My reading has been off; for the first time ever, I will not make my Goodreads challenge. I thought about cramming in some small books to just make it, but I realized that would be disingenuous. I will focus on next year. As I sit here, I am surrounded by my fur baby family. I feel fortunate that they all want to be in this room just to be close to me. I love them so much ❤️
I have been absent from Litsy because I‘m recovering from a concussion, so I‘m limiting my screen time. Quick mention of three lovely #picturebooks (above) that I learned about through a best of 2019 list: https://www.nypl.org/books-music-movies/recommendations/best-books/childrens/201...
I read this Nov 4-20 & gave it 4 ⭐️. It was a very enjoyable read and quite a few of Caine‘s lessons about acting can be applied to other jobs.