Summer haul

The reality is that I've just not been reading very much, as you can probably tell from the lack of reviews here. Lots of other things have been occupying my time, including rather too much on-line political reading eating into my off-line book reading. But hope springs eternal, so more books have been acquired in the interim. Since I use these posts to keep myself from buying duplicates, in the absence of a real database that I've not yet written or set up, here they are:

Mishell Baker — Borderline (sff)
Curtis C. Chen — Waypoint Kangaroo (sff)
Mark Forster — Secrets of Productive People (nonfiction)
Yoon Ha Lee — Ninefox Gambit (sff)
Seanan McGuire — Every Heart a Doorway (sff)
Don Norman — The Design of Everyday Things (nonfiction)
Kristina Rizga — Mission High (nonfiction)
John Scalzi — Lock In (sff)

This a pretty random collection of things from authors I know I like, non-fiction that looked really interesting from on-line reviews, the next book for book club reading for work (The Design of Everyday Things, which I've somehow never managed to read), and the first SF novel by an old college friend of mine (Waypoint Kangaroo by Curtis Chen).

Posted: 2016-08-14 16:08 — Why no comments?

Last modified and spun 2016-08-14