Making a distinction between “literary” and “non-literary” fiction reeks of snobbery by endowing the former with a desirable quality and then defining everything else by the absence of that quality. Continue reading How do you categorize fiction reading?
Reading goals are too restrictive. So instead, I’ve given myself a 2020 reading CHALLENGE. Those are different, right? Continue reading Reading challenge, 2020.
I went on a fiction bringe over Thanksgiving break, and emerged in a fog. I was hungover on literature. Continue reading The Book Hangover
Remember when ebooks were going to mark the downfall of print? Yeah, that didn’t happen. Continue reading Why I don’t read ebooks.
I used to think that listening to literature was “cheating.” Now I’m an audiobook devotee. Continue reading Do audiobooks count as reading?
I started another book last night. Problem is, I already have a large pile on my nightstand. Am I reading too many books at once? Continue reading How many books is too many books to read at once?
I rounded out 2017 with a stack of murder mysteries, which ran the gauntlet from 1920’s London to 2010’s LA. Continue reading What I read in December, 2017.
I fell behind on my reading list, so this is what I’ve been up to for most of 2017. Continue reading What I’ve read since January.
From current Russian History to YA fantasy, I had a lot to finish in January before I left for Madrid.. Continue reading What I read in January, 2017.
Ever struggle to pick out a book to read? Here’s my recommendations for making your choice. Continue reading How to choose a book to read.
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