In light of the need to “socially distance” ourselves by “sheltering at home” during the COVID-19 quarantine, Read Across America Day (March 2) is as good an excuse as any to promote my #ReadingIsSexy campaign and
show off share the titles I tackled in 2019. (But seriously, I averaged two books a month. Pet me.) Here they are, alphabetically and numerically, by author and original publication date:
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (1845)
The Crossing Places (2010)
The Janus Stone (2011)
The House at Sea’s End (2012)
A Room Full of Bones (2012)
A Dying Fall (2013)
The Outcast Dead (2014)
The Ghost Fields (2015)
The Woman in Blue (2016)
The Stranger Diaries (2019)
Jackson Braun, Lilian
The Cat Who Could Read Backwards (1966)
The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern (1967)
The Cat Who Turned On and Off (1968)
The Cat Who Saw Red (1986)
The Cat Who Played Brahms (1987)
The Cat Who Played Post Office (1987)
The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare (1988)
Le Guin, Ursula K.
The Left Hand of Darkness (1969)
Montgomery, L. M.
Emily of New Moon (1923)
Emily Climbs (1925)
Emily’s Quest (1927)
Principe, Lawrence M.
The Scientific Revolution: A Very Short Introduction (2011)
. . . and one missing crime novel that must remain a “mystery.”
What are you reading?
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