It's been quite a while since my last post!
I am happy to inform you, however, that I have read three more books since then! #winning
In order to keep track of my reading more accurately, I will still write one post per book, so expect two more posts relatively soon.
The fourth book in the #yearof50books was Lauren Graham's new book, Talking As Fast As I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (And Everything In Between). I am a self-proclaimed (and probably others-proclaimed) Gilmore Girls addict. My whole family (dad included!) has always enjoyed the show, and my dear husband even watched all seven seasons so he could attempt to understand the quote-riddled conversations my sisters and I have. (He won't always admit it, but he definitely liked parts of it..especially Luke and Taylor moments!)
Reading Lauren's book gave me some interesting insight into her life. It's obvious that she is quirky on her own, so it made even more sense that playing Lorelai was so natural for her. I loved her in Parenthood too, and that was a quirky role, also!
Honestly, at first the writing felt kind of forced to me...like she was trying hard with some of the jokes she was making. But things started to feel much more natural later into the book. Reading biographies is always entertaining, especially autobiographies, because it's fun to learn more about another person from different perspectives!
Since it's been at least a month and a half since I read the book, and I've since returned it to its owner (my sister), this post is somewhat limited..but I shared the basics with you! If I had the book readily available, I'd probably babble more, which isn't enjoyable for any of us.
So, we'll just stop here.
Book Five was tremendous and I'm looking forward to sharing it with you!