Do you ever crave reading crappy books?
Well, define crappy first. 😉 This prompt was inspired by “Why I Love Crappy Books” over at Lit Drift, where the writer discusses The Da Vinci Code, Twilight, The Time Traveler’s Wife, and The Notebook as self-esteem boosting cautionary tales, guilty pleasures, and unintentionally hilarious.
Learning from bad books is why I always finish a book, unless it brutally offends me. I read Anna Godbersen for the guilty pleasure of it, because, as her work is all historical fiction, it’s a step up from Gossip Girl but with all the addicting overblown drama. And I find unintentional hilarity in nearly everything I read, so perhaps that’s just me being immature.