- Karthik Narasimhan
A two-day trip – correction, a two day business trip – working all day, returning exhausted to hotel rooms, calling wife, crashing. Yet inflated estimates of reading speed are made and books are packed – two, three, four of them. Rolled eyes are ignored. On return, three are returned back to the to-read shelf, and rolled eyes are ignored once again.
The Telegraph categorizes the way people pack books, and they missed me, just like they missed Jessa Crispin (at bookslut).
I got to confess though, I'm a teensy bit proud that they didn't pigeonhole me. Before you go around calling me desperate, remember this: teensy means really small.