Distractions, Distractions

I am having a hard time making a dent in my TBR pile these days and consequentially haven’t been posting a lot of substance here. This is always a hard time for me as college and pro football begins to take up more and more time (plus fantasy football). The presidential election is a large focus as well (I am writing elsewhere about that) and figures to be for the next 30 plus days. Throw in soccer and normal chores and work and there is little time left to read.

I am having particular difficulty digging into non-fiction right now. I think when my brain gets full at work and I am spending more time reading about politics I just can’t get into non-fiction. I seem to need the fiction work to relax my mind and interest my imagination. Unfortunately, I told people I would read the non-fiction so I need to suck it up. All jokes aside, I do enjoy history and other non-fiction but my moods seem to swing widely so I will probably continue to read everything from young adult fantasy to classic literature to popular mysteries to original fiction to history and sports. I will do my best to report back here on what I like and why. I hope you continue to find that interesting.

Just thought I would pop in and give a report in case anyone was wondering . . .

Kevin Holtsberry
I work in communications and public affairs. I try to squeeze in as much reading as I can while still spending time with my wife and two kids (and cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers and Michigan Wolverines during football season).

1 Comment

  1. Kevin,

    Congratulations on the NRO article. It was well-written and explored Ohio politics with a sure hand.

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