i love me some sci fi novels.
and fantasy novels.
the kind with pictures of ships and knights on the front.
now, i know i'm not the only one.
and i know i'm not as deeply entrenched as other enthusiasts i've met.
for one, i don't go to comicon.
no wait, i actually spied on phoenix comicon this year:
those white pants were real nice.
i love getting lost in nerdy books.
it all started when i devoured the redwall series as a child.
you'll seriously be my hero if you've read it too.
i love the camaraderie of finding another geeky reader.
it gives me insight into a person's soul, it sure does!
the downside of such novels?
well, other than losing sleep from reading too much,
these books are huge.
like, the books themselves are ginormous.
the good news is, if you hate the book,
it can double as a cinder block.
the bad news is,
how do you tote that thing around discretely?
answer: you don't.
and will it fit nicely on my bookshelf with my collection of YA fiction, children's lit and contemporary novels?
answer: no. no it won't.
i recently discovered that you can get bona fide lockers built in your home.
i never had a locker in high school.
i always felt like i was missing something, since i'm pretty sure there was a pivotal locker scene in every high school chick flick...ever.
...except my "pivotal scene" may have been the type where the lead girl gets hit in the face by a locker, given my track record.
i think my high school had too many students to fit lockers anywhere.
plus i think there was some mass conspiracy to screw up all our young spines with heavy backpacks and thus garner money from scoliosis treatment and sales of rolly backpacks.
ok i didn't really think that.
but i still want a locker in my bedroom.
it'll look real nice with my countryshabbyrusticfluffernutter dresser, right?
what are your secret literary passions?