Thursday, September 05, 2013

2013 Reading List: August

August was a slower reading month with a large number of hospital and shut-in visits, two house guests a week apart, and a renewed interest in playing games on my PSP. Nonetheless, I still had time to do some reading, especially since I wangled for myself a refurbished Kindle Touch. I'm still on pace for right around 200 books for the year, though there's no telling what will happen over the next four months. Anyhow, here's the August list.

  1. Culbreth, Jennifer. Protect Me. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2013. (I read this to support a Facebook friend.)
  2. McLay, Craig. Village Books. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011. (Awful. It’s as if someone took everything he learned from his liberal college humanities professors and tried to cram it into one boring book with smug characters.)
  3. Ruud, R.J. Lost Creek. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2013.
  4. Wellington, Janet. Homecoming. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2012.
  5. Adams, Sayer. Blindsided. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011.
  6. Swank, Denise Grover. Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011.
  7. Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1997.
  8. Brinkley, Richard N. Thy Strong Word: The Enduring Legacy of Martin Franzmann. Concordia Publishing House, 1993. (The picture on the Amazon website is for the wrong product.)
  9. Mosher, Eric. Lost at Comic Con. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011.
  10. Spiva, Heather. The Puzzle Master. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2012.

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