Kristen tagged me and I couldn't resist:
1: One book that changed your life: Changed in what way? Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott. It's a book that is your friend, and it will always tell you you aren't crazy. Or Madeline L'engle Walking on Water, because it helped me develop my views on christians and culture as an adolescent.
2: One book you have read more than once: Traveling Mercies. Or most things we used a lot in Jazz Vespers.
3: One book you would want on a desert island: Something with lots of new material (like Kristen said). Maybe an anthology of contemporary liturature, or the complete works of shakespeare.
4: One book that made you laugh: Eats Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss. Sometimes in public. It was embarrassing but I didn't care.
5: One book you wish you had written: Girl Meets God by Lauren Winner. Because we're the same kind of nerd. Or Anything by Anne Lamott because she's incredible.
6: One book you wish had never had been written: I'm going to agree with Kristen and go with anything by Anne Coulter.
7: One book that made you cry: The Brothers K by David James Duncan
8: One book you are currently reading: Girlfriend in a Coma by Douglass Coupland
9: One book you have been meaning to read: everything. well, my pile has David Dark's The Gospel According to American and some Stanley Hauerwas. I don't know what is taking me so long with the rest of the Coupland catalogue.
10. One book you wish everyone would read, and why: Brave New World or 1984 (or any dystopia really) so you know what we're trying to avoid.
Now tag five people.
kristin (who is an english teacher)
matt(both because thorubos definately deserves the shoutout here.)