I didn't use to have favorite authors because I didn't know authors and in a lot of cases crappy people write good books. Thanks to the internet and commentaries I have become familiar with some.
Maureen Johnson (She is an amazing person.)
My favorite childhood book was 20,000 leagues Under the sea.
The Catcher in the Rye. I was severely depressed when reading it. So, it felt like less of a downer and more like company. I think it is fun and conscious, and Holden reminds me of myself more than I want to admit. It helped me come to terms with being kicked out of seminary. To hope for the future Ray.
The Great Gatsby was a wonderful tail of bewilderment and hope.
Then, there is paper Towns that helped me see that people are hidden and complicated and not just what the person my mind constructs.
Star Trek: The Next Generation
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Kate and Leopold
The Great Gatsby
Catcher In The Rye <<Really cannot describe how in love I am with CitR.
20000 Leagues Under the Sea
Alice In Wonderland
I picked up a Album by Maria Mena after I forgot to check her out for four years. She is really good.
I'm pretty blown away by Childish Gambino.
Tegan and Sara
Seriously, Nirvana, forever.
I like the Pixies and The Postal Service
Lately I have found myself drawn to more folky music like Ingrid Michelson and The Mountain Goats.
Sushi and Lasagna
If you are looking to be friends, say that first. I'm looking for people that play Pokemon go and have afternoons free. (Most of my friends are 2nd and 3rd shift.)
Ask me anything. Tell me anything.