I've been asked by Emily Sears to review a book she absolutely hated so that I can give it the proper verbal thrashing it deserves and perhaps cause the writers to examine their ability to actually write a proper book, then ritualistically killing themselves so that they can appease the angry writing gods.
I'm also in the midst of two different books (both non-fiction though, oddly enough):
I have the feeling it's giving me nightmares. Everything I've read about different neurological disorders have become my worst nightmare and something that makes me willing to exercise, in the hopes that making the blood speed around my body will stave off dementia or Korsikovs.
I'm also reading:
I am completely and utterly fascinated by Jenna Jameson. This woman created the idea of the "Porn Star." She was able to turn a medium that is looked down upon and created her own dynasty. Whatever you think about porn, you have to admire that.
I'm a little … unsure of how the book will be though. One of the introduction pages mentions that some of the names of been changed and (I think) a few of the movies she's made (under various titles) have been amalgamated into one movie. I don't completely understand what that means but it seems fairly dishonest for an autobiography.
I mean, I might as well write my autobiography and just make up stories, like that time I saved Big Bird from being crushed by a train.
… okay, no it's not.
ANYWAY, this long ass post was so that I could ask you, are there any books out there that you want me to review? Please keep in mind that even if you suggest it, I might not read it. Or if I start to read it and it makes me want to swallow my own tongue in anger, I may choose to stop reading it.
Though with that last scenario, I'd still rip it apart online.
If you have the feeling the book will make my eyes want to bleed, please don't recommend it. My eyes are bad enough already; I don't need to become a Bond villain.