I love to read...but I also am also easily distracted by movies, school, TV, etc. So I have decided to get back to my regular reading regimen and hit the books. It's been fun so far; Erin loves to read as much (I dare say more) than I do, so we have found ourselves cuddled up on her couch warmly reading to our hearts' content.
Nothing Very Important and Other Stories - Bela Petsco (208 Pg.)
Graphic Novels Read This Month (October 2009)
V for Vendetta - Allan Moore & David Lloyd
Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits - Garth Ennis
Hellblazer: Damnation's Flame - Garth Ennis
Hellblazer: Freezes Over - Brian Azzarello
Hellblazer: Highwater - Brian Azzarello
The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite - Gerard Way & Gabriel Ba
The Complete Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1138 Pg.) I found it odd that the first Sherlock Holmes story ever written was a complete anti-Mormon propaganda piece. Arthur Conan Doyle eventually apologized to the Mormon church for "misrepresenting" them in such a way, but not publicly, and several decades after he had success in writing the book. It's in my opinion that he jumped on the anti-Mormon fad of the time (during which a large amount of new missions were being activated and an even larger amount of anti-Mormon literature was published). I enjoy the author's writing style but really can't shake the fact that "Sir" Arthur Conan Doyle is an opportunist in the worst sense of the word.
Books I Want to Read Before The New Year (Before January 2010)