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My reading list this year was shameful. Less than half of what I usually read.
It’s almost like I had a baby or something and that cut into my reading time. Babies don’t care about book lists. They care about being fed and stuff. :/
I could list countless baby/kid books on here (I think I’ve memorized “The Cremation of Sam McGee” pretty thoroughly), but I won’t. Just adult books. For real adults. Which I pretend to be.

  1. A Fire Upon the Deep — Vernor Vinge

  2. As You Wish: The Making of the Princess Bride— Carey Elwes

  3. So Anyway — John Cleese

  4. The Signal and the Noise — Nate Silver

  5. Dauntless (Lost Fleet #1)— Jack Campbell

  6. Fearless (Lost Fleet #2) — Jack Campbell

  7. Courageous (Lost Fleet #3) — Jack Campbell

  8. Son of the Morning Star: Custer and Little Bighorn — Evan S. Connell

  9. Brain Rules for Baby — John Medina

  10. Ready Player One — Ernest Cline

  11. American Gods — Neil Gaiman (re-read)

  12. Ancillary Justice — Anne Leckey

  13. To Kill a Mockingbird (re-read) — Harper Lee

  14. Go Set a Watchman — Harper Lee

  15. Valiant (Lost Fleet #4) — Jack Campbell

  16. Ayshus on the Inside —Richard Gist

  17. The Homicide Trinity — Rex Stout

  18. And Then There Were None — Agatha Christie

  19. Mr. Midshipman Hornblower (Horatio Hornblower #1) — C.S. Forester (Not done yet, but I’m counting it…)

Thank you book club. Without which the list would have very likely been more sparsely populated.

Date: 2015-12-31 11:55 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
No matter what else happens in your life, you'll always know more about Custer than you ever thought you'd need.

Date: 2016-01-01 01:11 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
No. I will know more about everyone who ever said hello to Custer than I'll ever need...but shockingly little about Custer himself.


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