So, I finished reading Supercarrier, and I then picked up Supership. When I bought it in 2007, I thought it was a novel set on a supertanker, but I have since learned it is actually a nonfiction account, sort of like Supercarrier on a tanker.
I started reading this, and the cargo ship got stuck in the Suez Canal.
So I picked up The Last Picture Show, and Larry McMurtry died.
I told my beautiful wife these two events, and although she laughed, I feared my reading selections might have more power than providing me several nights’ worth of reading leading to eventual, or sometimes sudden, disappointment.
Maybe what I decide to read dictates world events.
Keeping with my reading of novelizations or sources for movies in paperback, I picked up True Lies.
I am sorry; if that happens, it’s all on me.
Meanwhile, reading of David Copperfield continues a couple chapters every couple of nights. So far, no major mining disasters. So maybe it really is a coincidence.