I've been indulging in some Stephen King here of late, but my other
(in other words, more substantial) favorite authors include
Salinger, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and the playwright Arthur
I don't really have a favorite book, though Catcher in the Rye
would have to be somewhere near the top, as would lots of JD
Salinger short stories.
Movies are another vast expanse over multiple genres. I've always
been a horror and comedy fan first and foremost (Shaun of the Dead
being the epic combination of both types). However, more recently,
I've begun watching a bit more of the serious and dramatic vein of
films. I will admit it: I'm pretty psyched to see the first Hobbit
movie (IMAX here I come).
Music: A little bit of anything and everything, whether its Mahler
and Mendelssohn, Sugar Hill Gang, Lupe Fiasco, CCR, Beach Boys,
Mumford and Sons, Puddle of Mudd, Pearl Jam, Band of
Skulls...unless its that screamo sort of shit, I'll listen to
pretty much everything and enjoy it all.
Food: Got to be sauteed zucchini (courgette I suppose I should say
now) with tomatoes and onions.
However, I will admit, Indian food is quickly rising the ranks of