I tend to go in cycles of what I love most. Some years, it's books.
Some years, it's movies. This year has been games. Maybe next year
will be a music year again.
Books = I don't have as much time to read as I'd like, but I really
J.D. Salinger - Franny and Zooey
Milan Kundera - The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Terry Pratchett - Small Gods
Mark Z. Danielewski - House of Leaves
Stephen Chbosky - The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Mary Doria Russell - The Sparrow (honestly, if you're into sci-fi,
Daniel Keyes - Flowers For Algernon
Movies = I like all sorts of movies, but rarely go the cinema. I
prefer to wait till something comes out on DVD and then watch it
over and over again until I am bored of it. If I really like
something, it won't be watched too many times because I don't want
to get bored of it. Logic at work.
Mulholland Drive, American Beauty, The Man Who Wasn't There, Sweet
and Lowdown, Primer, Let The Right One In.
Music = I'm into far much to put here. As such, I'll just give my
I feel I should point out that this doesn't necessarily indicate
everything I listen to. Merely things I listen to on
Food = I pretty much just love all Italian foods. Easy to
Games = I realise games aren't meant to be part of this list, but I
love games. Totally. I wrote about them for my dissertation (and
several other essays at uni). Games are good.
Chrono Trigger ,Final Fantasy 6/7/8/9, Braid (Play this. Go get
Steam. Play it now.
), Portal, Day of the Tentacle, Jet Set
Radio, Max Payne 1/2, Fez, The Binding of Isaac.
TV = I don't really watch much these days, preferring to order
series on DVD instead. This inevitably leads to hungover DVD
watching of entire seasons...
Twin Peaks, The Sopranos, Community (#SixSeasonsandaMovie), Mad
Men, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad.