This year, I swear. I can’t believe it’s October already. In September I read 10 books. (Bear with me while I figure out a new collage system for these posts, the program I was using doesn’t work for me anymore!)
- ZeroZeroZero (audio) … Roberto Saviano, read by Paul Michael
- The Heart’s Invisible Furies (audio) … John Boyne, read by Stephen Hogan
- The Butcher (audio) … Philip Carlo, read by Dick Hill
- Pandemic (audio) … Sonia Shah, read by author
- Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows … Balli Kaur Jaswal
- Kill ‘Em and Leave (audio) … James McBride, read by Dominic Hoffman
- The Bell Jar (audio) … Sylvia Plath, read by Maggie Gyllenhaal
- Made for Love (audio) … Alissa Nutting, read by Suzanne Elise Freeman
- The Child Finder (audio) … Rene Denfield, read by Alyssa Bresnahan
- What Happened … Hillary Rodham Clinton
Still almost everything on audio… I would like to change that starting this month. I was pleased though to read five books published in 2017, plus one classic, plus a couple related to music and the mafia (it’s been a long time!). I’m happy to be in a good routine again with posting short reviews here. I still have a long way to go to catch up but I think if I can keep up this pace and on a schedule I’ll be back on track by the new year.
My favorite non-fiction books I read in September were What Happened, Hillary Clinton’s new memoir about the election, and ZeroZeroZero, Roberto Saviano’s 2013 sophomore book exposing the global cocaine trafficking industry. My favorite fictions were The Heart’s Invisible Furies, my first Boyne, and Made for Love by Alissa Nutting, which was my 75th book read of the year, meeting my Goodreads goal and marking a personal record. Reviews on those coming soon!
I also finished two drawings and got ridiculously excited for football season and my Green Bay Packers during September. All in all though, it was a pretty mellow month. I’m glad it’s October even though I don’t get “fall” here in Singapore. I’m looking forward to seeing Dream Theater in concert next week and watching a ton of scary movies all month!