What I’m Reading

The idea for this page came from Erudite Knight and his “MGTOW Self Improvement Challenge.” While I’m not MGTOW, I do agree wholeheartedly with reading for at least 30 minutes every day.

In 2014:

January D. Carnegie Lincoln the Unknown
How to Win Friends and Influence People
G.R.R. Martin A Dance With Dragons
C.Bukowski Post Office
C.Bukowski You Get So Alone At Times That It Just Makes Sense
C.Bukowski Factotum
C.Bukowski Women
C.Bukowski Ham On Rye
J. Austen Pride and Prejudice
February R. Murakami Coin Locker Babies
S. King On Writing
I. Turgenev Fathers and Sons
PK Dick Do Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?

In 2013:

Month Author Title
Jan S. Collins Catching Fire
D. Coupland Generation X
J. Bitner Cassette From My Ex
N. Young Waging Heavy Peace
A. Camus The Stranger
E. Hemingway The Sun Also Rises
Feb D. Coupland Microserfs
H. Murakami Norwegian Wood
H.S. Thompson Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
D. Adams 1-The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
March N. Strauss The Game
A. de Botton Status Anxiety
F. Kafka “The Metamorphosis”
April B.L. O’Malley Scott Pilgrim Vol. 6
B.L. O’Malley Scott Pilgrim Vol. 3
A. Tan The Joy Luck Club
B.L. O’Malley Scott Pilgrim Vol. 1
May D. Carnegie Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business
D. Adams 2-The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
D. Adams 3-Life, The Universe, and Everything
J. Gatto Dumbing Us Down
D. Adams 4-So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish
June K. Kesey One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
A. Rand The Fountainhead
K. Stockett The Help
July D. Adams 5-Mostly Harmless
C. Palahniuk Fight Club
E. Emmer, C. Evertson, M. Worsham Classroom Management For Secondary Teachers
D. Carnegie How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
N. Ferguson Civilization: The West and the Rest
August G.R.R. Martin A Game of Thrones
September G.R.R. Martin A Clash of Kings
J.T. Gatto Weapons of Mass Instruction
October W. Golding Lord of the Flies
R. Sheffield Love is a Mix Tape
November M. Bank The Girl’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing
Choi In-ho Deep Blue Night
G.R.R. Martin A Storm of Swords
December G.R.R. Martin A Feast For Crows
N. Hawthorne The Scarlet Letter
B. Cumings Korea’s Place in the Sun

Bold = Rereads


2 thoughts on “What I’m Reading

  1. All Night Long

    It’s great to see you reading such great pieces of literature. We always see life through our own set of eyes, but reading novels help us to see life as a different person.

    1. errantbuckeye Post author

      Yes indeed. Excellent observation.
      There is much to be learned from literature and in many ways it’s what Kenneth Burke called an “imaginative rehearsal” for unknown situations. Literature helps us understand different points of view and also helps with showing how different people see the world. Not only that, but the act of trying to render thoughts onto a page, a la William Faulkner, is no mean feat.




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