Today is one of those days that I have no business writing a blog post. Partly because I have not one interesting detail to share from my day and partly because I tried to text someone yesterday with “I’m so sorry” and my phone took it upon itself to autocorrect to “I is sorry”. There’s nothing quite as humbling as offering an illiterate apology.
You know somewhere that Siri is responsible for this. It’s bad enough that she can’t translate anything I say into proper English, but now my autocorrect is conspiring against me. I just have to believe that Steve Jobs would be none too happy about this new update.
Anyway, since I have nothing to say unless you want to hear the fascinating story of how I bought three different types of ham at the grocery store today, I thought it might be a good day to ask if anyone has read anything good lately.
This summer I was a reading machine. A machine, I tell you. But then I stalled out around August and I just haven’t found anything that has captured my interest. And I really need something because I’m flying to South Carolina for the Allume Conference on Thursday morning and a book would be nice because I’ve watched so many episodes of Homeland at this point that I can’t remember what’s really happening in the world and what is just happening to Carrie and Brody.
Here’s my criteria. I’d love a book that’s been released in the last six months or so because then there’s a better than average chance that I haven’t already read it.
(Sorry to be bossy. I mean that sincerely. I is sorry.)
Thanks in advance for the recommendations.