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Yet another meme, this one snitched off of Laura's blog with some of THOSE questions:

You're stuck inside Fahrenheit 451. Which book do you want to be?

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. No, wait. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. No, wait, that's too weird.

Have you ever had a crush on a fictional character?
Yes. What's it to you?

The last book you bought was...?
I recently bought a collection of scripts from seasons 3 and 4 of West Wing, a collection of "Fox Trot" comic strips and one of Eleanor Taylor Bland's, WINDY CITY DYING, because I'm in the dedication (though i was hoping that they'd catch it and add my first name). I don't buy a lot of books; this could be IT for the year, or until I win another gift certficate playing an internet game, and I'll buy the other West Wing script collection. Probably.

The last book you read was...?
Let's not go there. It was bad. But right BEFORE that one was GEORGE ALEC EFFINGER: LIVE FROM PLANET EARTH and it was terrific and I'm writing it up for January Magazine.

What are you currently reading?
TO THE POWER OF THREE by Miss Snazzy Dressed Laura Lippman. AND another s.f. small press book which is making me dizzy, but I think I like it.

Five books you would take to a desert island..

Oh I hate this. FIVE?
1) Um, some dumb book on what's edible and what's not on a desert island (as opposed to a dessert island).
2) A collected works of Shakespeare - I'd finally get to read Titus Andronicus and I could act out all the parts and i could DO that participatory Richard III that Jasper Fforde created in THE EYRE AFFAIR and get all those read that I think I should read....yeah, yeah.
3) That huge and I mean HUGE, book I have of the collections of the Smithsonian museums with all the picture of dinosaurs and crystals and shells and birds and... (hey, no one said there was a weight limit, right?)
oh gods, now a representative of each genre I love. Oh, hell.
4) IN THE OCEAN OF NIGHT by Gregory Benford


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