Dear WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I TALK ABOUT RUNNING by Haruki Murakami: you are quite a sticky one

Dear What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami, Even though I had only read one book by Haruki Murakami before (the short story collection Men Without Women, which I very much enjoyed) I was greatly interested in reading you because of your intriguing title. I love getting a look into …

Dear THE NAME OF THE WIND by Patrick Rothfuss: I FINALLY READ YOU!!!

Dear The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, We have skirted around each other for many years, you and I. Countless friends and fellow bookworms have recommended that I read you. Upon learning that I love The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter, people have jumped on the opportunity to recommend you time …

Dear AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING by Hank Green: You’re awesome.

Dear An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green, Wow, I am so proud of you. See, I've been what they call a "Nerdfighter" for years. I started watching Hank and John Green on Youtube back when I was in middle school, and I loved the idea of being part of a community that was unabashedly and enthusiastically nerdy. When …

Dear THE BOOKSHOP by Penelope Fitzgerald: You are a bittersweet circle

I bought my copy of you mainly because (a) it was on sale (b) it had a pretty cover, and (c) I can't resist a book about books. I distinctly remember starting you while sitting on park near my new apartment in the town where I attended law school. It was a beautiful late August day and, …

Dear THE TESTAMENTS by Margaret Atwood: I was wrong about you…

Dear The Testaments by Margaret Atwood, Ever since I read your predecessor, The Handmaid's Tale, in high school I've wondered about the fate of Gilead and the many handmaids that are forced to live within its bounds. The the television series was made a few years ago I was glad that The Handmaid's Tale was gaining wider recognition and popularity, …