Thursday, April 16, 2009
If I dislike most chick-lit, why then am I reading them?
If I end up with a successfully written book of chick-lit, I am usually immensely entertained by the lightness and frivolity of the genre. Chick-lit often examines issues close to a girl's heart: depression, relationships, family, friends, and career. It is also somewhat like a fashion magazine, talking about the places, food, drinks and clothes that we all want to enjoy.
I try to alternate my serious reading with chick-lit stories that lighten the mood - that is why I still insist on reading them. And I am still hoping to discover intelligent chick-lit.