Today’s New York Times “Our Towns” column is interesting reading for Westporters.
And, interestingly, it’s all about interesting reading.
Our own Nina Sankovitch is nearing the end of a year-long odyssey: reading a book a day.
She reads non-fiction, fiction, mysteries and graphic novels. She reads late at night, waiting to pick up her 4 kids, at the US Open. She reads, reads and reads.
And then, the next day, she reviews the previous book on her blog: www.readallday.org.
Nina — an environmental lawyer with a degree from Harvard — is nearing the end of her year-long reading marathon. I have no idea what she’ll do next, but I’m guessing it won’t be “curling up with a good book.”
Wow. That’s some dedication. I thought I was doing okay with one a week or so… poor effort me!