I have a personal bias against fiction books.
The idea of wasting my time to read about the made-up lives of imaginary people has never been super appealing, as of the last 3 years.
However, today I bought a book.
A fictitious book.

I am so proud of myself.

Instead of finding myself lost in the non-fiction/psychology/eastern philosophy/classic poetry section, I found myself eye-to-eye with John Grisham.
Yes. I said it, Emily Smith: John Grisham.
I am reading a pulp-fiction, appeal to the masses, "law" themed book.
And I freaking love it.

Torts, torts, torts, torts.

{I even got to wear my new outfit}
And spend the wonderful afternoon in the temple with my best friends.


Ashley Fastle said...

your outfit is so cute.

Britney Jean said...

i'm obsessed with your outfit (especially those shoes).

that is a cute bookstore. where?

yay for fiction! i love fiction. and nonfiction. and poetry. and everything.

Anonymous said...

Awwww you lil' book worm.

Natalie always keeps it classy while being irresistibly sexy.

<3333 Your Secret Admirer ;)

Anonymous said...

Read Advise and Consent by Allen Drury. It won the Pulitzer prize for fiction in 1960. It's very good.

Also read good science fiction; it's the most worthwhile/interesting genre by far.

Rasha @ {andthisiswhatshesaid} said...

LOVE them shows & these pics, gorgeous!

Emily said...

John Grisham? What the hell is wrong with you? That's an airport book, Wall.

(Also, wtf, how, out of every fictional book in the world, do you end up dropping money on a paperback with a gavel on the front? Because it does, doesn't it? It totally has a gavel on it. Ugh. When I get home, we are going over to your house to play and be stupid some night, and I will give you a GOOD book.)

Casey said...

I need those shoes. now.