It’s a bookshelfie AND a fridayread!  That’s two hashtags in one!  Never let it be said you don’t get your money’s worth here at NPR Books.
Camila says, “My book-themed New Year’s resolution was to read more nonfiction, and so I think I’ll start with Consider the Fork.”
Nicole says: “Alexander Hemon’s The Book of My Lives – finally!”
Intern Annalisa reports she’s on a Neil Gaiman kick and currently reading American Gods.
Intern Jordan is reading n+1’s No Regrets, and says “As a woman and recent college grad, this book is pure nourishment.”
And of course Colin is reading Proust.  How about you?

It’s a bookshelfie AND a fridayread!  That’s two hashtags in one!  Never let it be said you don’t get your money’s worth here at NPR Books.

Camila says, “My book-themed New Year’s resolution was to read more nonfiction, and so I think I’ll start with Consider the Fork.”

Nicole says: “Alexander Hemon’s The Book of My Lives – finally!”

Intern Annalisa reports she’s on a Neil Gaiman kick and currently reading American Gods.

Intern Jordan is reading n+1’s No Regrets, and says “As a woman and recent college grad, this book is pure nourishment.”

And of course Colin is reading Proust.  How about you?

Notes

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  10. jamiecanaves said: The Master and Margarita by Bulgakov Mikhail and Everything is Perfect When You’re a Liar by Kelly Oxford.
  11. papercutpath answered: Snobs by Jullian Fellows