Monthly Archives: March 2015

Keeping track of reading

I usually read quite a bit in a year, and was finding I was forgetting what I’d read some of the time (I have a terrible memory that does not adhere to traditional space-time). Last year, I joined Goodreads to … Continue reading

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Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Moby Dick is one of the most famous novels in the English language, and I think most people know the basic story – a gigantic white whale, a crazed Captain Ahab pursuing it, and ‘Call me Ishmael’. But it was … Continue reading

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February Reads 2015

February is a short month, and I’ve had long stretches of days of not reading, but, somehow, a whole lot of reading happened. Lots of comics, a few novels, poetry and short stories. Not a bad bunch. The Bees by … Continue reading

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