It's winter break and I'm looking for a new book to read. No more textbooks and studying for tests just pure reading bliss. My buddy Mike Johnson, recommend "Columbine" by Dave Cullen (NYT review here). I tried but unfortunately I couldn't get into it. Cullen writes well and the story of how the two boys came to attempt a domestic terrorist attack is compelling but... depressing as all get out. When my attention starts to drift I follow the great Nancy Pearl's advice. She says, "if your not liking what your reading by 50-100 pages, PUT IT DOWN." Her point it that with so many good books to read, don't waste your time on something you not enjoying.