Reading lists

I’ve tracked my reading for a long time, but I fell off the wagon this year.  As I lay there in the road, watching the wagon roll away in a cloud of dust, though… I kept reading.  So after June there’s just a list of what I can remember reading this fall.  It’s good enough.  Time to start again, as I do.

I’m still not reading deep fiction, or nonfiction, as I once envisioned I would.  And I’m okay with that.  This year I devoured the entire Honor Harrington series, and rediscovered my love of vampire fiction with Kim Harrison and Patricia Briggs (though, given that I think Harry Dresden is the same beast in a different duster, I’d rather describe it as paranormal criminal suspense fiction), and have continued my adoration for both Steven Brust and John Scalzi.

What was your best read of 2008?

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  1. “Playing For Keeps” by Mur Lafferty was the most entertaining book I read this past year, but “slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations” by Nancy Duarte was the most educational.

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  2. My favorite book of 2008 was Kate Atkinson’s “When Will There Be Good News?” A little bit mystery, a little bit literary fiction — so great. (Also a little bit more entertaining than “Reference and User Services: An Introduction,” but only a little. 🙂 )

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