Bookends: November 2022

I read long ago that if you take a blogging break, there’s no need even to mention it when you return, so this is me not mentioning it.

November was a lovely reading month! I have been reading a lot of audiobooks and e-books, which is a big change from my all-hardcovers-all-the-time policy of old. I have been loving the audiobooks (reading while getting chores done or driving people around is super awesome, and I’m strangely comforted by hearing a narrator take a breath or get a drink of water) and ruining my eyesight by reading my e-reader in the dark, but I’m going to try to reacquaint myself with the joy of sitting down with a nice, heavy, hardcover in December.

November’s Completed Books:

  • The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig
  • And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
  • The Overlook by Michael Connelly
  • The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly
  • Baby, You’re Gonna Be Mine: Stories by Kevin Wilson
  • The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu
  • Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work by Chip and Dan Heath
  • The Scarecrow by Michael Connelly
  • Nine Dragons by Michael Connelly
  • The Reversal by Michael Connelly
  • The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly
  • Self-Care for Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay Gibson
  • The Drop by Michael Connelly
  • “Blue on Black” by Michael Connelly (Short Story)
  • Exhalation by Ted Chiang
  • A Writer’s Book of Days by Judy Reeves
  • The Maidens by Alex Michaelides
  • The Black Box by Michael Connelly
  • Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky
  • Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough
  • Little Failure by Gary Shteyngart
  • Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi
  • Lady Into Fox by David Garnett

Stats (pretty charts thanks to The StoryGraph):

Currently Reading:

  • The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly
  • The Gilda Stories by Jewelle Gomez

To-Read for December:

The plan for December is to make time to work on my birthday books (my spouse has been getting me five library books from my TBR for my birthday for the past 20 years or so, which I only recently realized is quite romantic), read my monthly Agatha Christie, finish some books from my November list, chip away a little more at the books in the Harry Bosch universe, and maybe have some surprise books in there, too, for the sake of spontaneity.

You can see my Litsy profile for status updates throughout the month and my Instagram (@ImperfectHappiness) for mostly not-book-related photos.

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