Your summer reading list

At the top of my reading pile right now is Doug Crandell’s new novel “Hairdos of the Mildly Depressed.” Crandell has Indiana roots, a big heart, and lots of talent and I’m looking forward to gliding into this one.

It will have to wait, though, until I finish William Esper and Damon diMarco’s “The Actor’s Art and Craft”. One of the best books I’ve found on acting technique, it’s also remarkably smooth reading.

And I’m looking to get my hands on a copy of Joey Goebel’s “Commonwealth” . I loved the last book, “Torture the Artist,” by this yet-to-be-discovered novelist/musicians, and have high hopes for this one.

So what’s on your summer reading list? Anything you can recommend to our blog readers–and me?

FYI: NPR has a very good new book review site. Check it our here.

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