Booking Through Thursday

There are so many crappy biographies … would you rather read a poorly-written biography of a fascinating life, OR an exquisitely well-written, wonderful read of one of a not-so-interesting life?


Fortunately, I haven’t been exposed to any bad biographies. I suppose it’s because I’ve only read three, and they were great. I don’t really knows what I would consider a not-so-interesting life. I suppose if someone wrote a biography about them, there has to be something interesting about them. I’m not particulary drawn to biographies at all, but if they’re about someone I find interesting, I’ll try it out. If they’re no good, I probably won’t finish.

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