Books I am not allowed to read during jury duty
I got called to report to Jury Duty on Monday. The notice was very firm that potential jurors should not bring any electronic devices whatsoever: no cell phones, laptops, PDAs, tablets would be allowed. My first thought was a panicked realization that I would have to leave my Kindle, with all its bountiful, lovely reading options at home! Including the two e-books I am currently in the middle of reading, and the e-books I just downloaded after being on hold at the library for weeks.
I consoled myself with the large stack of paper books I have in my TBR pile.
Here’s one that’s been at the top of the pile for ages:
Hmmm. Possibly not.
How about this one I just bought at Burton’s Bookstore a couple weeks ago?
A Burglar’s Guide to the City by Geoff Manaugh
No? But it’s about architecture.
Okay, fine then.
How about this quirky book of facts?
No? A pity! I do like a book of interesting lists and facts.
What other books would be bad ideas to read in the jury waiting room?