Monday

Don't know what to read next?

The New York Times has has some pretty interesting articles and book reviews recently. You know that new DMX joint about to hit theaters: Never Die Alone? It's based on a pulp-fiction book by Donald Goines. He's the best selling black author in America. I've got to read some of his stuff.

City Boy looks promising as well. Rich sounds like a guy I knew in college. Those faux hippies (What are they called? Trustafarians?) really piss me off.

This week's New & Noteworth Paperbacks lists two that I'd like: Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market by Eric Schlosser (author of Fast Food Nation) and Solitaire by Kelley Eskridge. Don't know too much about the last book but it sounds a lot like corporate bad-guy sci-fi (1984, Brave New World, Jennifer Gov't, etc).

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