Here’s a quick look at what I’ve been doing around here this past month …
Books = 5 (1,869 pages)
- Venetia Kelly’s Traveling Show, by Frank Delany (448 pages) – meandering but enjoyable
- Old Man’s War, by John Scalzi (320 pages) – a lot of fun to read
- Between Friends, by Kristy Kiernan (336 pages) – another hit for this author
- Time Bandit, by Andy and Johnathan Hillstrand (240 page) – just like the show Deadliest Catch on Discovery Channel
- Stranger in a Strange Land, by Robert Heinlein (525 pages) – great story but got weird near the end
Audiobooks = 5 (38.6 hours)
- Three Cups of Tea, by Greg Mortensen (13.5 hours) – I wasn’t a fan
- Genesis, by Bernard Beckett (3.85 hours) – predictable but not all bad
- Teacher Man, by Frank McCourt (9 hours) – loved this one
- Star Trek, by Alan Dean Foster (8 hours) – just like the movie
- Candide, by Voltaire (4.25 hours) - satire. enough said.
DNF = 1
- Folly, by Laurie R. King – I’ve realized that I need to stick with her Mary Russell books; they are more my cup of tea.
- If you are in the MD/DC/VA area (or somewhere nearby) and you haven’t added yourself to the local blogger list, please do that so we can all be in touch regarding upcoming bookish events.
- I wrote about the importance of organizing your affairs in case the worst happens.
- Kiddo and I saw DisneyNature’s Oceans – we told you about it here.
- I also shared about Sharing on Google Reader – are you doing it yet?
That was my month … how was yours?