December 3, Wednesday afternoon -- Reading Stephenie Meyer

At the Bank of America building
Reading Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer. He tried to buy the whole series, but books three and four were sold out.

His favorite book--The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. He's an event planner and he loves all the event scenes.

If he were to write his own book, it'd be about his family, coming together and being there for each other. He grew up here in San Francisco and just moved back from L.A. (hence the time to read as an event planner during the holiday season!).

How do you see your favorite book through the eyes of your profession?


Subhanjan said...

Though I have not commented before on this blog, I make it a point to visit this blog almost every single day. And the reason is that I strongly believe that one ceases to grow up when one stops reading; and one does not grow at all until one has read a lot in one's life. And that is why I find this hobby of carrying out a genuine enquiry on whether people still read or not, to be very interesting. And I am happy to see that Americans still do read a lot. Alas! Though our land has seen several great authors throughout our history, very few of us read today. Hardly can you spot someone reading in the park, or in a cafe, or in clubs. And that makes me sad. Education is incomplete if you have not read most of the great books of the world.

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