Or, rather, you can feel free to discuss them with her:
I'm going to start posting what books I read on a weekly basis. If some of you want to read the same book & discuss, feel free.
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) May 9, 2014
Frances Bean Cobain turned out to be quite a bookworm, and I’m not surprised; according to this Flavorwire article, one of her dad’s most prized possessions was a signed first edition of Naked Lunch. Frances clearly inherited the reading bug, along with some of her dad’s tastes in books, it seems–her reading selections often include writers like Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski, William S. Burroughs.
Here’s some bookish goodness you can look forward to if you follow Ms. Cobain on Twitter:
Currently reading Flappers & Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald, for this weeks Bookworm Oddity Accord pic.twitter.com/azajy17vbJ
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) May 19, 2014
The Book I'm reading this week is 'And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks' by Jack Kerouac & William S. Burroughs pic.twitter.com/RI2MZl1vc2
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) June 20, 2014
A Stephen Gammell illustration from 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' pic.twitter.com/4qgRGKtbcV
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) February 27, 2014
Favorite Henry Miller quote. If you haven't read Tropic of Cancer, your life will change for the better. pic.twitter.com/wvN3b8pTQ3
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) December 16, 2013
David Foster Wallace – THIS IS WATER http://t.co/8XglXQZR4C
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) January 13, 2014
— Frances Bean Cobain (@alka_seltzer666) May 27, 2014
To go with your reading goodness, Frances Bean Cobain also often posts about art (Hieronymus Bosch is a favorite), comics, and music (Noel Gallagher changed how she listened to music). She’s a super-cool chick and she will enrich your Twitter feed.
I always love finding out that celebrities that are famous for non-book things are readers. (It doesn’t surprise me that they do read or anything, I just love it because reading is the best, amirite?) Which famous readers do you follow?