january nick hornby copycat

Books Bought This Month
Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas by Ellen T. Harris

Books Borrowed This Month
Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her by Melanie Rehak
The Girl Sleuth: A Feminist Guide by Bobbie Ann Mason
The Deep by Helen Dunmore
An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski
The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman
Transformations by Anne Sexton

Books Received This Month
The Mystery of the Tolling Bell by Carolyn Keene
Barbara Benton, Editor by Helen Diehl Olds
Polly and Her Friends Abroad by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
The Sharp Time by Mary O’Connell
The Pregnancy Project by Gaby Rodriguez

Books Read This Month
The Deep by Helen Dunmore
If I Tell by Janet Gurtler
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski
The Breakup 2.0 by Ilana Gershon
The Sharp Time by Mary O’Connell
The Predicteds by Christine Seifert
Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor
The Pregnancy Project by Gaby Rodriguez

So I’m pretty amazed that I only bought one book this month (not counting textbooks). Also, it’s strange how much like a slacker I feel, because I read few books this month, and also a lot of them were incredibly easy and not even that good. I also didn’t follow my own resolutions as to reading less fiction, more intelligent stuff, and more books that I’ve owned for a long time and still haven’t read. Here’s to next month, though given my school and extracurricular commitments, I don’t see myself having all that much time free for sleeping, let alone happy fun things.

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4 thoughts on “january nick hornby copycat

  1. I have to say that while I am a big Hornby fan, I don’t think I’ll be rdnieag this one . I read ‘The Complete Polysyllabic Spree’ (full review, book 50 on my blog), and it didn’t grip me anywhere near as much as his fiction does…

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