Just finished The Book of Laughter and Forgetting by Milan Kundera (really liked) and Drown by Junot Diaz (loved). I'm not usually a short story person, but I really loved how both of those collections used their intertwining themes.
I just started re-reading the Twilight books, which I quite enjoyed the first time around, even though they aren't the most well-written books out there. I must say though, the second time around I normally fall even more in love with a book, but not this time. I think it is something I would have enjoyed if I were younger. I also finally watched New Moon and I have to say it should have been marketed as a comedy not a horror. I couldn't stop laughing! I'm not saying its bad, I am just saying I found alot of it ridiculous, but I do have a quirky sense of humour! LOL
"That's life. If nothing else, its life. It's real, and sometimes it fuckin' hurts, but it's sort of all we have."