I was thinking about the books I had to read and which ones I had already picked for next month when I thought about the Read by Theme book club. This month is Food/Drink and we could pick a book by its title, I immediately thought about Johnny Doesn't Drink Champagne and decided to use that one for the book club.
I don't know if I'll get to Bruno, chief of police and the Dark Vineyard but if I don't, I know I already read at least one book for this theme.
Other thing I was thinking, I was watching Law and Order during the week and there was a case about a woman with DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder).
I think our brain is amazing and I like reading about things like this. But I was interested in reading about it in Fiction so I did a little search and found two books I want to read. I still haven't bought them but thought they were very interesting. Identical by Ellen Hopkins and Multiples by Robert Silverberg (this one contains 14 short stories).
I'm not a psychologist or a doctor. I find a lot of things fascinating that have nothing to do with my degree. I just couldn't bear the idea of going to medical school, I don't like hospitals and psychology was just not for me. I'm interested in some things but not all of it.
Is it just me or do you find other things fascinating that have nothing to do with your major? If I had enough money I'll study all my life. But not go through college again, I'd just pick the things I like.
I started watching tv lately and I'm liking shows I had not seen before. Law and Order, Criminal Minds, Beauty and the beast (I just saw one episode but I think I'll keep watching it). I think this is the reason why I haven't read this past week. I'm still reading The Pelican Brief.
I'm going on a road trip today and I'm hoping to read that, that is if they don't make me drive.
Since I'm going away for the weekend, I don't know if I'll post tomorrow's Know Me Better but I'll try my best.