I LURV MY DICTIONARY!!! Other than that, I eat up books by
. My favorites are The Satanic Verses, The Moor's Last
Sigh, and The Ground Beneath Her Feet. I liked 100 Years of
Solitude a lot because, like Rushdie, Garcia Marquez
creates a world
teeming with wonder and possibilities. Hmmm...I really enjoyed
Jorge Luis Borges's Labyrinths--in which he pretty much wrote the
Gospel of Judas before the real deal was found. I am nerdy enough
to really like Charles Dickens, especially A Tale of Two Cities and
Great Expectations (no, I haven't seen the movie). When I'm tired,
I prefer reading children's literature. My favorites there are The
, A Wrinkle in Time (and many
other L'Engle books), and, yes, Harry Potter. I fought it for a
long time, but I gave in and admit they're good. Except 6. Hated
it. No one acted in a likeable manner, and if I can't like anyone
in a book, I'm not likely to enjoy reading it. And 7 was crap.
Crap, I say. Oh, and zipping back over to adult fiction (not
"adult," you perv) if you read Gregory Maguire's Wicked, I like to
think of myself as rather like Elphaba.
My favorite tv includes Buffy, Firefly, Farscape, Grimm, the Daily
Show, and The Colbert Report.
I surely do like food a lot. No thanks to pigs, bell peppers,
excessive tomatoes, Korean food, or cinnamon or raisins in my meat
(though they are quite nice in bread). More please to eggplant,
things involving cream, brie, mango, or honey.