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Books Read in March, 2011

Sitting here at the computer at home this Tuesday afternoon with a nice, hot cup of tea.

Since it's the beginning of the month (well, still the first week anyway), I figured I'd start post up my reading from March. Due to the continuing issues of my health and a bunch of other stuff that was going on, I didn't get in as much reading for the month as I would have liked. Anyway, here's the book reads.

Book Reads in March, 2011

Dogsbody by Diana Wynne Jones (r)

Son of a Witch by Gregory Mcguire

The Radon File by Denise Vitola

Pink Boots and a Machete by Dr. Mireya Mayor

The Fires of Heaven by Charles Sheffield

From Girl to Goddess: The Heroine's Journey Through Myth and Legend by Valerie Estelle Frankel

Into Africa by Martin Dugard (r)

December, 2010 Comics


Overall, it was a pretty decent reading month. Overall, I managed to read 7 novels, 0 RPGs and RPG products, 0 magazines, 10 comics, and 0 graphic novels in March. First month in a while where I didn't read any new roleplaying games. This brings the year total in 2011 to 19 books, 6 RPGs and RPG products, 3 magazines, 16 comics, and 0 graphic novels.

As per usual, thoughts and comments are welcome. :)
Tags: books, month total, reading
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