Where I Like to Read

"Where I Like to Read" is a brief series of author interviews/blog posts over at The Huffington Post in their Media section.  This month, the featured author is one of my favorites, John Green.  We seem to agree on which classic should be required reading for all high school students, The Great Gatsby.  I also like the sound the book he would recommend to everyone, Everyday by David Levithan.  The novel sounds pretty interesting so I may have to give it a shot for an upcoming Read of the Month.

It is nice to hear that Green is starting to get ideas for another young adult novel.  I really enjoy his work and look forward to reading more in the future.  I also look forward to checking out "Where I Like to Read" in the future.  I find these brief insights by talented writers as great reading.

So, where do I like to read?  My new favorite place is in my office at Carlson after school.  Now that both of my children are in school all-day I have some free time once my work day ends.  The second floor of Carlson quickly empties out and I am able to sit in peace and read.  I shut off all but one bank of lights in the library and read for about 30 - 60 minutes each day after work.

Where is your favorite place to read?  What about some of the other questions.  What book would you recommend to readers?  What classic should all teens be reading?  What is your least favorite book of all time (I will share mine at a later date).

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