Now Reading (Oct 16)

I finished 3 books in the past 12 hours, so I can start a few new ones without feeling guilty, maybe. Then again, I still am in the middle of a few.

I finished a biography on Elvis Presley, a novel called The Wild Colonial Boy (by James Hynes) about the IRA in the tail end of the Troubles in Ireland, and a book I won on Goodreads called Into the Canyon (by Michael Neale), which is a Christian allegory, but one that can actually be read and enjoyed by non-Christians too. Christian books that don’t feel preachy or awkward to atheists and other non-Christians are rare, so I was impressed.

So, now I am reading – Gregory’s Game, by Jane A Adams. – A Diary of a Madman, by Nikolai Gogol – Without You, There Is No Us, by Suki Kim – Sleeping Murder, by Agatha Christie – Trojan Odyssey, by Clive Cussler – The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern

I’ll be going back to the library tomorrow and will be turning in at least 2 books, so I may wind up adding another library book to my reading list today to have more finished and ready to return tomorrow.

What are you reading today?

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Independent science nerd/writer/music blogger/arts enthusiast/theorist currently in Colorado.
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