Thursday, August 18, 2011

Booking Through Fluff

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You’ve just had a long, hard, exhausting day, and all you want to do is curl up with something light, fun, easy, fluffy, distracting, and entertaining. What book do you pick up?

I used to pick up romance novels on such days. Those provide mindless reading and the endings make one feel good. Now? I usually continue with what I am been reading. But I do think certain genres help in dispelling stress. Graphic novels are great outlets and so are authors, who write hilarious books. I love P G WODEHOUSE, any time!!!

My Man Jeeves: A British Humor ClassicThe Most Of P.G. WodehouseThe Essential P. G. Wodehouse Collection (96 works) [Illustrated]A Man of Means

15 comments:

BookBelle said...

I really must look into P.G. Wodehouse. I have seen his books mentioned absolutely everywhere!

Lisa (Lisa's World of Books) said...

I would never have thought of graphic novels. Great answer.

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Pepca said...

I often continue with what I'm reading at the time, too.
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Shannon@ Reading Has Purpose said...

I need more light fluffy books! My reading is usually requires thinking. I'll check the comments to see what people are noting. Maybe I can grab a few of the mentions at the Borders going out of business sale!

fivealarmbookreviews.com said...

P G WODEHOUSE is a new one to me. I will check the books out. Thank you for sharing.

Gigi Ann said...

I'm one of those people who leans toward light romance when I am tired or in a reading slump.

K @ BaffledBooks said...

P.G. Wodehouse!!! I love him, chiefly because he was a major influence on one of my favorite authors, Douglas Adams. Good answer!

Veens said...

I can't get into PG's books. And my answer would be cozy mysteries.

bermudaonion said...

Graphic novels are an excellent choice!

Anya Millar said...

I'm no good at reading books that I don't have to thin to read, but GN... hum, hadn't thought of those. Thanks

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BookGal said...

I'm more of a cozy mystery reader. I haven't really explored graphic novels yet.

Pam (@iwriteinbooks) said...

Ah, good suggestions. I tend to just go for the one I've got on my list at the moment. Too much movement causes confusion for my reading ADD!

Page said...

I like a cozy mystery during those times.

stacybuckeye said...

Still haven't tried Wodehouse. Romances don't work for me like they used to but are still a must for me. I'm reading one now and it's just plain fun.

mel u said...

I have read 2 Wodehouse short stories and liked them both a lot-on my post today on his "Jeeves in the Springtime" I also post links to his controversial radio broadcasts for the Germans during WWII-