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Books Read in August, 2011

Oh, dear, it just occurred to me that I've been negligent this month, and I haven't posted my reading for the month of August. Here are the reading figures for my month of August reads. As you can see, despite it being summer, I've actually managed to read a bit more than I expected too last month, due to a variety of reasons. Anyway, here's the book reads.

Books Read in August, 2011

Scabbard's Song by Kim Hunter (r)

HEX: Miracle Stone of the Amazon by Sean Gore (RPG)

HEX: Frozen City of Terror by Tony Kenealy (RPG)

Wizard's Funeral by Kim Hunter (r)

Abney Park's Airship Pirates Roleplaying Game by Peter Cakebread, Ken Walton, Ian Sturrock and Andrew Peregrine (RPG)

Leagues of Adventure: Plateau of the Ape Men & The Dragons of London by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams and Jim Ivens (RPG)

Year of the Griffin by Diana Wynne Jones

Myth-Taken Identity by Robert Asprin and Jody Lynne Nye

May, 2011 Comics

Ruined Empires by Peter Cakebread and Ken Walton (RPG)

July, 2011 Locus

A decent reading month, given that it's the middle of the summer, I was at GenCon for the first week or so, and then had to recover from that. Overall, I managed to read 4 novels, 5 RPGs and RPG products, 1 magazine, 7 comics, and 0 graphic novels in August. This brings the year total in 2011 to 44 books, 13 RPGs and RPG products, 11 magazines, 56 comics, and 1 graphic novel.

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

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