books read: June 2015 through December 2015

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 […]

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May 2015: books read

I like books. I read a lot of them. Not nearly as many as I’d like, though. Anyway, here’s the list of books consumed during the month of May. Chocolate and Vicodin: My Quest for Relief from the Headache That Wouldn’t Go Away, by Jennette Fulda (print) Damaged, by H.M. Ward (print) Quiet: The Power […]

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April 2015: books

And here’s the list of books I finished reading and/or listening to in April: Exile’s Song (A Novel of Darkover), by Marion Zimmer Bradley (ebook) We All Fall Down, by Nic Sheff (audiobook read by Charles Carroll) Darkover Landfall, by Marion Zimmer Bradley (print) Excuses Begone!: lectures, by Wayne Dyer (audiobook) Living Well, Dying Well: […]

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March 2015: books

Here’s the completed reading and listening list from the past month: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo (ebook) Lopsided: How Having Breast Cancer Can Be Really Distracting, by Meredith Norton (audiobook read by Carrington MacDuffie) The Reluctant Psychic, by Suzan Saxman with Perdita Finn (print) Leviathan Wakes, by James S.A. Corey (print) […]

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books read: September 2014 – February 2015

I’ve gotten really lax about posting my reading progress, because reasons. Here’s what I’ve been reading and listening to from last September onward. (I’m listing only books completed and excluding those I started but then abandoned.) February 2015 Dreams of the Golden Age, by Carrie Vaughn (print) Up Till Now, by William Shatner (audiobook read […]

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August 2014: books read

As promised, here’s the list of books I finished* reading in August: The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green A Highly Unlikely Scenario, by Rachel Cantor The Final Solution, by Michael Chabon Mr. Mercedes, by Stephen King The Power of Focusing, by Ann Weiser Cornell Losing My Religion, by William Lobdell Business Planning for […]

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catching up on my reader’s posting promise

At the close of 2013, I apparently promised to post a little something about every book I read in 2014?even the embarrassing ones. Naturally, I forgot about this commitment sometime around March and have only just this evening remembered. In an attempt to catch myself up, I’m including a list of what I’ve consumed thus […]

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