(well, "reading") Eddie Izzard's autobiography, Believe Me. In form, which is amazing and I highly recommend it.

I listened to it on my whole commute and through my whole lunch and while I made and ate dinner and I'm still not very far into the actual book because he goes on these wonderful rambling "footnotes" (quickly becoming my favorite word btw) and it's hilarious and so so fun.

Warning though, it's also sometimes very very sad and I've cried a bit already.

@zephasaurus_hex It's great the way he just improvises new material since hey, it's his book.

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BookToot Club

A place for sharing and discussing books. After suggesting a Mastodon-based book club and getting a lot more interest than I expected, I decided to make a place specifically for facilitating that. So this aims to be a home for creating and organizing book clubs and read-alongs.

Not just for clubs, though. Like books? Want to talk about books and read about what other people are reading? Congrats, you're welcome here.

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