October Kitchen - March 2020

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Memories in the Library and Beyond FROM THE REALM OF XANTH

series. The movie “Shooter” is based on the first book in this series, but as always, the book is much better than the movie. Alison is also an avid reader. This year, she’s challenged herself to read all the titles on the Top 10 Books to Read Before You Die list. She read “Little Women” at the beginning of the year, just in time for us to see the new movie adaptation when it was in theaters. I’ve never read the book, but the movie was spectacular. Ali liked it as well, so I’d guess they did a good job adapting the book. March 2 is Read Across America Day. If you’ve been promising yourself you’re going to read more, now is a great time to start. I love holding a book in my hands, but e-books and audiobooks are just as great for experiencing the story. I really enjoy audiobooks because it means I can keep “reading” while I’m driving around. I can hit play and enjoy 20–30 minutes of my book during my commute. I also have a “car book” I break out in case of emergencies. If I get somewhere early or have to wait a while, I always have a book on me. My most recent car book was called “The Jesus Fast.” This was a really

Some of my earliest memories are weekly trips made to the Welles-Turner Memorial Library in Glastonbury. My dad would take my sister and me down to the library and I’d leave with armfuls of books. I always had a book (or 10) on my nightstand for reading. Sci-fi and fantasy novels shaped my imagination as a boy. My favorite author was Piers Anthony. I spent many hours of my childhood in the realm of Xanth and I read just about every book Anthony wrote. As I got older, I turned to heavier books. I’m pretty sure I’m one of the few people on the planet who’s read everything Ayn Rand wrote, including “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead.” I’m still a big reader today. My favorite books are thrilling page turners, like Stephen Hunter’s “Bob Lee Swagger”

“I spent many hours of my childhood in the realm of Xanth and I read just about every book Anthony wrote.”

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