I read a good bit more this past month than I had in a while. I wish I could read even more. Gods, wouldn’t that be lovely? June 2018 Wicked Moon (The Reluctant Werewolf Chronicles, book 2), by Tori Centanni (ebook) Haunting Charlie (Witches of Palmetto Point, book 1), by Wendy Wang (ebook) Kangaroo Too […]
I’m reading about a book a week now, though I wish I could do more. Most of these titles were chosen for research, and at least two were also selected for fun.
Since I’m trying to get better at updating my blog more regularly and make more timely posts of my monthly reading lists, here’s what I read last month. Some of this was for research, and some (most) of it was for fun. April 2018 Fool Me Once, by Steve Hockensmith with Lisa Falco (print) Give the […]
Holy bodhisattvas! I hadn’t meant to go so very long without updating my monthly reading list. As always, this list includes only the books I completed, and not those I decided to abandon; there are also a few re-reads, per usual. So here goes, eight months in one post . . . October 2016 The […]
I got on another Malcolm Gladwell audiobook kick in February . . . February 2016 What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures, by Malcolm Gladwell (audiobook read by Malcolm Gladwell) Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, by Malcolm Gladwell (audiobook read by Malcolm Gladwell) Bossypants, by Tina Fey (audiobook read by Tina Fey) Staked (The Iron Druid Chronicles), […]
So this is what was on my reading list in January. The Last Theorem, by Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl (ebook; audiobook read by Mark Bramhall) The Wild Oats Project: One Woman’s Midlife Quest for Passion at Any Cost, by Robin Rinaldi (ebook) The Art of Memoir, by Mary Karr (print; audiobook read by Mary Karr) Wishful […]
Right. Because I’ve been reading a ton—except for November, apparently—but have been really bad about posting these monthly reading lists. As always, these lists are not comprehensive. I have not included, for instance, books I started reading but didn’t finish, material I was beta reading or reviewing as an editor, and an awful lot of […]