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Books Read in November, 2011

Home from work, and getting ready for an evening of gaming. Looking foward to running the Primeval RPG campaign on my Friday night group.

In the meantime, given that it's the start of the new month, I figure I should post up my reading that I did for the month of November, while I have a chance. Here are the reading figures for my November reads.

Books Read in November, 2011

October, 2011 Reader's Digest

Escapement by Jay Lake

Flesh and Fire by Laura Anne Gilman

The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structures for Writers, 3rd Edition by Christopher Vogler

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stief Larsson (r)

September, 2011 Comics

October, 2011 Locus

Pinion by Jay Lake

November, 2011 Reader's Digest

Wintersmith by Terry Pratchett


I don't think I did as much reading in November as I generally do at this time of year, but that was because the weather was actually warmer than it's been in many a year, and I've still got the business going on with the Geology course that I'm taking this year as well. And there were a couple of re-reads this month as well. Overall, I managed to read 7 novels, 0 RPGs and RPG products, 3 magazine, 3 comics, and 0 graphic novels in November. This brings the year total in 2011 to 62 books, 15 RPGs and RPG products, 22 magazines, 79 comics, and 1 graphic novel.

Thoughts and comments are welcome, as always.
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