We love our readers, and we love what they have to say just as much. Here are some of our favorite comments from the week that was.
“I get sweaty palmed nervous about 30 pages from the end of a book because I know I have to pick the next one soon. “
by Fran@BCDC on To Read: Next Best Thing or Tried & True?
“I so love the word ‘flaccid’.”
by Aregee on George Orwell on Reading and Reviewing
“David Sedaris was so amazing. He spent quality time with each person who wanted their book signed. He asked what me and my boyfriend had for dinner, where to get good fish. Then he started signing my book … “I am drawing your head … on the body of a cat.” And he did. I like to spoon that book.”
by Jaime Abbess on The Well-Readheads: It’s Eventful
“I recommend dipping sheep as an antidote to romantic notions of farm life. They must be lifted by their hind legs, one hand on each pair of legs, in order to be dropped back first into the bath of dip. Different breeds of sheep reach different sizes, but 220 lbs is a good size for most ewes.”
by David H. on Genre Kryptonite: Lady Farming Memoirs
“use the skills you learned from robert langdon – if you translate every box into 14th century italian, you learn that this isn’t a flowchart at all. it is in fact complete map of the vatican catacombs. duh.”
by Zack_S on Flowchart Friday: Dan Brown Edition