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6 responses to “Books by Jimin Han’s Bed”

  1. Patricia Dunn

    Great piece! And thanks for the recommendations. I now have several books to choose from for my next read.

  2. Maria Maldonado

    Loved this piece! Your descriptions made me want to read several. And I hope I’m not the friend who lost your prized book.

  3. Marlena Baraf

    Jimin, loved the reasons why these books have landed next to the bed. Most intriguing for me (though all sound intriguing), Words of Farewell. The bookstore in Peekskill has your name. I like Peekskill for the number of artists that showcase there.

  4. Eileen Palma

    Great piece Jimin! You really got me thinking about my own list of must-reads. Top on my list is the most recent John Irving book. I can’t stop thinking about how he writes all of his manuscripts by hand! The Chronology of Water sounds very interesting. I’ll be sure to check that one out.

  5. Jimin Han

    Thanks for taking the time to comment. It was fun to write this, and I’m so touched that WW2BW asked me. I love talking about books. First off, Maria, you’re not the friend who lost the Didion. You’re actually one of the few who I’m happy to trade books with. Your book club reads such diverse books. There would be no love in that love/hate relationship without you. Pat, Glad you got some ideas from this. You’ve passed along terrific books to me in the past. Looking forward to your new book coming out this fall. Marlena, would love to learn more about Peekskill from you. I didn’t get to go to the Bruised Apple. Do you know of it? Eileen, Iriving is wonderful. You might have a memoir in you. Have you finish this series… ; )

  6. Victoria M. Johnson

    Hi Jimin–

    What a wonderful assemblage of books you have waiting to be read! I’ll have to see if I can find any of them in eBook format : ) I found the different things that drew you to select these books intriguing. Also, thank you for including my eBook. I hope you enjoy it!

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