I can read almost anywhere. On the couch, at the park, or on the subway. My bed is also a great place to read but being the parent of a nine-month-old, coaching a cycling team and working full time means that I usually fall asleep about five minutes after I lie down. So right now my favorite place to read is curled up on the armchair in my living room.
Ghostgirl is about a girl named Charlotte Usher (note the Edgar Allen Poe reference) who chokes to death on a gummy bear one morning at school. The book is about how Charlotte adjusts to the afterlife and stays involved with what's going on in the land of the living. The book has a lot of nice touches that make it fun to read. The artwork makes it feel like a graphic novel and there are nifty chapter titles, sidebars and relevant quotes.
To enter, please post your favorite place to read in the comments section below by Friday, August 27. I'll post the winner on Monday, August 30.