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September 2015 Reading Recap

I finished three books in September, as the academic year picked up and things, as they do, got busy. Grave Peril, Jim Butcher Harry Dresden continues his wizarding, only, now in the third book, the decisions he made in the previous two are beginning to catch up with him. I did a little write up […]

The Dresden Files

I have now, as of two weeks ago, read the first three books in Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files series and thought it would be an apt time for some reflection of the series, which I have described as pulpy, but fun. Harry Dresden is the only publicly-listed wizard in America, with his advertisement appearing in […]

July 2015 Reading Recap

I read a lot again in July, quickly falling back into old habits of spending muggy evenings just reading and, for most of the month, felt pretty well-balanced as a result. Part of the reason I was able to read so much was that, for the first time in a while, I read a significant […]

June 2015 Reading Recap

I read more fiction this month than in any calendar month in a few years, and so much so that I’m sorting and grouping the books by loose category, first literary fiction, then genre fiction. Fiction Men at Arms, Evelyn Waugh Guy Crouchback is the scion of a vaguely aristocratic, Catholic, British family most of […]