That's not what the Death card means

written 2007-11-05 11:43:43

When other people start to feel like they have nothing to say on their blogs and websites and what have you, the Internet provides a wealth of useless crap from which to draw and take up space on your various pages. And, no different, I am likewise resorting to such.

While reading about Chick Tracts published by Darkseid, I also read this entry on books you have or have not read. The following are the top 106 books most often marked as "unread" by LibraryThing's users. Categories here are: have read, have read more than once, started but did not finish, have not read. Omitted categories: could not stand to read, and on my "to-read" list. I omitted the first one because few books make this grade with me (see Beloved below) and the second one because, well, my "to-read" list is mostly everything.

How you can make this stupid internet crap your own: copy all the book names into your own webpage, deleting my editorial snippets, and mark them according to the categories, what you've read and not read. Then post it, e-mail it, write it on a piece of paper wrapped around a brick and throw it at someone you think would like to read it.

You can blame Arrowette's Diary for this. I know I am.

Have Read (and Have Read Again*)

Started but did not finish

Have Not Read