Indianapolis, IN -- September 1, 2007

Reading Hef's Little Black Book, by Hugh M. Hefner and Bill Zehme, for dating advice. Also in his lineup--The Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Money and Investing, by Kenneth M. Morris; and The Shining, by Stephen King.

He shies away from novels. The Bourne Identity, by Robert Ludlum is the last novel he completed reading.

He tends to jump around a lot, leave things unfinished. So, he feels less guilty about reading nonfiction than reading fiction because you’re not necessarily supposed to read a nonfiction book from cover to cover. What he’s started—The Bible, books about occult magic, lots of different religious books, books on Judaism.

He gets distracted when reading, needs a quiet setting, trying to get into the habit of finishing things.

What’s wonderful about Indianapolis is its hidden treasures, though they take money.

His book? Ooh man. It’d be fiction--romance, spicy, with dirt, danger, but not a lot of people dying.

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