Hello music lovers and regular lovers! Wait, that's not what I say. That's what Amanda Putz says! I am nothing but a thief! The lowest kind of rip-off artist! Oh well, who cares. On the What'cha Readin' Book Club today, we continue to discuss our book 'o' the month (I like things that seem more Irish) It Feels So Good When I Stop (if you don't have a copy of it yet, please click that link for an excerpt), the first novel by noted indie-rocker Joe Pernice, and ponder what kinds of questions we might pose to him about his work.
Egad, it's Friday the 13th! Y'know what that means? It means my favourite noisy Toronto band, METZ, have a 7" release party tonight in Toronto. You can download this 7" for free right here for one week starting today. It also means that the weekend's upon us, which gives us all plenty of time to read this book about a musician, lost soul, kinda dude who both fears and yet is unwittingly drawn to commitment at a formative moment in his journey as an adult. Or something. And then come up with questions for Joe, right?
What are your thoughts on It Feels So Good When I Stop? Are you able to relate to the protagonist at all? Any questions yet for Joe Pernice? Otherwise, what'cha readin'?