Books That Made a Difference to Katie Holmes
The actress loves classic fiction, comedy, and anything that speaks to her maternal side.
By Abbe Wright
O, The Oprah Magazine |
October 18, 2011
A lover of James's layered prose, Holmes says she was moved by this 1880 tale of a difficult father-daughter relationship.
This novel had Holmes at the title: "I love Greenwich Village," says the Ohio native.
"Reading someone else's letters has a voyeuristic quality to it," Holmes says.
"Morrison has such an ability to write about painful topics in a fresh way," Holmes says.
When I heard Tina was pregnant again [Fey had a second daughter in August], I thought, That's great, but I
hope she's writing a second book."