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November Reads

November 2011 Reads

I never got around to posting my November Reads in December (most hectic month ever), so just pretend that I posted this a few weeks ago. Great.

For those of you that haven’t been following along, I’m working my way through those color stacks in the pictures behind me, trying … Read the rest

October Reads

October 2011 Reads

I didn’t get through very many books this month. I usually read before bed, but I’ve been super exhausted. I’ve been falling asleep before I even get through a whole chapter sometimes.

*Note: I’m not a crazy cat lady. Ashes was meowing doing figure 8’s around my ankles when Jake … Read the rest

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Eliza's Reads: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

In addition to the tons and tons of children’s picture books we read to Eliza and the few books she reads out loud to us weekly, we read chapter books aloud to her. Eliza is very proud to have Eliza’s Reads on the blog alongside my reads posts, and … Read the rest

September Reads

September 2011 Reads

Man, I didn’t get a whole lot read this month in terms of working through my color coded book stacks. Only one book from the stacks! But I read my history/sociology non-fiction book for the month and my reading/writing/editing book for the month, so I’m happy. I also spent … Read the rest

August Reads

August Reads

Coming to you a little late, it’s my monthly reads post!

Rainbow Book Stacks

I’m working my way through my color coded book stacks one stack at a time. My usual monthly pattern is: one book about reading/literature/editing/words, one non-fiction/history/sociology book, and as many books from the stacks as I can get through.… Read the rest

June Reads

June Reads

I finally finished writing up my reads from June! Take a gander:

Post War

Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945
(Part 3: Recessional: 1971-1989) (2005) by Tony Judt

What you need to know:As I said in my April and May Reads posts, this book is advanced (collegiate level), so some … Read the rest