Oct 242017
 
Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks

Three Exhausting Weeks
Day 1
Ann a said there was only one place to find a meaningful gift for MDash — the Antique Warehouse, not so much a place for old treasures as a permanent swap meet in what used to be the Lux Theater. Before HBO, Netflix, and the 107 other entertainment outlets bankrupted the Lux, I sat for many hours in that once-splendid cinema palace and watched movies. Now it’s stall after stall of what passes for antiques. Ann and I looked into every one of them.

  20 Responses to “First Chapter, First Paragraph, Tuesday Intros:
Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks”

  1. This book has been getting a lot of buzz because of the author. Hope you enjoy it.

  2. I wasn’t aware that Tom Hanks had written a book – I might be interested in it from that fact alone! Here’s my teaser/intro for this week: http://bit.ly/2iz4PU8

  3. THE Tom Hanks? wow, surprising – I might try it.

  4. I love Tom Hanks the actor…so I would love to know more about him as a person. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

  5. I heard about this book from an NPR interview. I had no idea Tom Hanks was a writer. The opening sounds pretty good – not sure why I’m surprised. I will read when my turn comes at the library.

  6. Didn’t know Tom Hanks wrote a book either, I did like some of his movies though.

  7. Had not heard about the book at all.. and will definitely check it out.. truly enjoy his movies..
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  8. Vicki, I think I’d enjoy reading or listening to this collection of stories. I am a fan of actor (and now author) Tom Hanks. I hope he narrates this audio book. That would be a blend of his talents.

  9. Yes, he is the narrator.

  10. Tom Hanks is one of my favorite authors so of course I need to read this one! I hope you’re enjoying it!

  11. I like Tom Hanks very much. Maybe someday I will read his book…. I’m sure it’s good.

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