I’m trying out a new format for this month’s book post! You can click on each cover to go directly to the Amazon page for that book. Let me know in the comments below how you feel about this new format and/or if you’ve read any of these books!
I can’t believe you read all this in 2 months! How do you find the time?? I really admire that.
I want to read the David Sedaris book — I too love anything about Americans living in Paris. Have you ever read “Paris, My Sweet”? It’s a fluffy read, but I enjoyed it.
Also, I had no clue Steve Martin is an author! I’m sure he has an interesting perspective on seeing young people “do whatever it takes” to move up in the acting world…and that could definitely be translated into the art world.
I don’t know- I think I just force myself to make time! About 1-1.5 years ago, I was unhappy with how little I was reading, considering I had been such a bookworm as a kid, so I made a conscious effort to read more and set specific goals on Goodreads (which I think is a great way to keep track of what I’m reading or want to read).
I’ve never read Paris, My Sweet, but it sounds like it’s right up my alley. Thanks for the rec :) Also, I had no idea that Steve Martin was an author either until I found this book. I’m so impressed by him!
Definitely a few I will have to try here… I really do need to allocate more time to reading.
Wow you’ve been doing a lot of reading!! I want to read Steve Martin’s book!
P.S. Love the layout of this post ;)
Thank you Kim! Let me know what you think if you do read An Object of Beauty. I’ve also heard good things about another one of his books, Shopgirl.