Happy Banned Books Week Everyone!
Yes, in this day and age I’m sad to say that books are still being banned. I’m re-posting this photo I took some time ago of banned books attacking me (yes that really is me under those books. Enjoy and fight book banning wherever you find it!
When Banned Books Attack!
So it turns out it’s my eyes that make me unattractive. Strange because that’s my one body part I’ve never held a grudge against. But they are the betrayer.
Today I was told three times that I looked really nice today, all while I was wearing my face obscuring sunglasses. Since I’ve taken them off nothing. No one thinks I look really nice.
So if I want to look attractive I will have to spend the rest of my life hiding behind sunglasses like some tarted up version of Muammar Gaddafi.
Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth by John Moe is worth the time investment if you’re looking for a little escape.
I admit, I’m a sucker for brain candy. I have long days that require my full attention so when I can get hold of a book that allows me to take a brain vacation I’m in! Dear Luke didn’t disappoint.
If you’re a pop culture junkie you will love this book but bring you sense of humor. It’s hard to escape the humor of seeing Darth Vadar as an estranged father trying to connect with his son. Or the Posting to the Internet Message Board of the Walkers on Walking Dead (I’m a huge fan of the show so this got more than a snicker from me).
Not all the humor hit a home run for me (I’m looking at you Jurassic Park) but humor is subjective and they were few and far between.
If you want a chuckle, laugh, and some guffaw’s you can’t go wrong with Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth by John Moe.