I’ve started a new job. Don’t worry though. It’s a job that involves hours upon hours of researching and writing whatever it is that pleases me most. To get to said job, I’ve had to conquer a twice daily obstacle known as the commute.
Granted, I’m lucky that my commute is quite picturesque and involves a twenty-minute ferry ride across Lake Champlain. No kidding, I spend forty-minutes a day, at least, floating on water and watching the mountains beam in the sunlight. But, I also spend it reading. Sometimes napping.
This week, I’ve spent my commute with Paper Towns. It’s a sweet book but nothing particularly amazing. I bought it less out of interest for the plot and more out of interest for who wrote it – John Green. I don’t know what it is about this guy but he just keeps hitting gold in the YA genre.
I have about two ferry rides left until I’ve gotten through Paper Towns. I’ll update again then and after that, it’s on to the next boat book.