If you were a fan of Lost, I think you'll get a kick out of this. And no, it has nothing to do with the cobbled together ending.
If you have a Kindle, and have 99 cents to burn, why don't you check out the country's highest ranking private detective? Haven't gone through any of these yet, but the price seems right to take a risk...
Speaking of reading, there are few things I enjoy more. And part of that is discovering new books out there that challenge, frustrate, entertain, and satisfy me. The website The Millions is a great place to do that, especially now, with their A Year in Reading series. Check it out.
Like drawing? Like cars? Like checking out other people's drawings of cars? Well, you don't have to have such specific interests to enjoy this site, but if you do have them, I definitely recommend you check it out.
I recently finished Everyone Loves You When You're Dead, by Neil Strauss and found it to be a fascinating look into the many different personalities of popular music. Specifically:
- Courtney Love is cheap
- David Pirner is insecure
- Orlando Bloom could be perceived as not the sharpest guy in the world
- Ludacris is exactly how you'd expect
- Bo Diddley is bitter
- Chuck Berry is smarter than you think
And it goes on and on. A great book to pick up when you want and find out not just about these individuals, but also how fame and celebrity can affect a person.