To begin my fanatic attempt at March Madness, let’s start things off from the bottom: the format that started it all.
Now there are quite a few things my friends and family would associate with me — passion, Jimmy Eat World, comic books, television, Drew Barrymore — but more often than not you’ll hear someone say “books.”
While reading and writing is second nature to most people, for me it is the first nature. Words have always been oxygen for me; whether I was using them to talk a mile a minute, to create new worlds on paper, or as a defense against the moments I couldn’t emotionally handle, words, language has been my all encompassing life source.
I remember the most important books of my life, and though they might make you laugh or roll your eyes, to me they are a representation of strength, idealism, and the base in which I became the person I am today. You can read this as a way to get to know me better on a more personal level, or see it just as a Book Recommendation List; either way, here are:
The Top 5 Books That Made Me Who I Am Today.