Reading Choices

 

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Can you, and have you ever chosen a book to impress the
onlookers?

 

I ask because, I was reading about the books David Cameron
has taken on his holiday. I thought that being a prominent politician, he must
be mindful of what he is reading in public. You ca just imagined the headlines,
if he is seen with something racy, or objectionable.

 

But what about us ordinary folks?  I just read books, which I have read reviews
of, or some of my favourite authors. On holiday I often tend to take with me,
light weight and don’t require much concentration. Or are, too tragic.

 

Sometimes books grab more attention from others , are a
conversation starter, and I suppose sometimes people can go off you, if  you are reading an objectionable title.

 

So have you ever taken a certain tome , at a certain place
just to impress the onlookers? Has a stranger ever started a conversation with
you, just because you are reading a certain title?  And if you want to impress a certain group of
people what will you be seen with?

 

And what will put you off someone? Pornography? Religion or
anything else?

What will Cameron have to read for you to like/dislike him?

 

I admit to not taking Mills and Boon (I don’t read them
honest!) , Joanna Trollope or Erica Jung with me .Otherwise I don’t mind being
seen with whatever it is that am reading.

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