I have a problem; I have an addiction. It is to buying books. There are so many of them, and every time I think I might have some chance of catching up, more books show up. In the interest of that, I’m going to make a concerted push through them, trying to read every book I possibly can, regardless of genre. I’m going to record updates about each of them here, even if it is just a quick line or two review of them. The goal is at least a book every two weeks, so let’s see how I do.
First off, I’m going to touch on The View from the Cheap Seats, by Neil Gaiman. A collection of his non-fiction work, it belongs on the same shelf as King’s On Writing or Lamont’s Bird by Bird for the meditations of writers on the art of writing and attempting to live your life.