books and a gut yor

This week I read 3192 pages, which is also my month total. That is an average of 456 pages each book. All info will be after the “jump” …

The Opinionated Knitter by Elizabeth Zimmermann, 128 pages
What is there not to say about this book. Ok, I did decide between this and lunch one day, but it was totally absolutely worth it. I now know how I’m going to go back and edit my friendster/myspace/orkut or whatnot to say who I wish I could have met. Why couldn’t /she/ have been my bubbe?

No Plot? No Problem by Chris Baty, 176 pages
NaNoWriMo ’06 is in less than a month. I may or may not be playing again this year. I won last year (image will go up sometime, and no you cannot read it). You’ll find out 01 December if I decide to play this time. This was a great read and reminded me that it’s all about having FUN!

Digital Copyright by Jessica Litman, 208 pages
This was another class book. Well, optional. I enjoyed it. Litman raises lots of fascinating arguments and Copyright these days is just so fascinating. Ok, that’s all on that for now.

Sun in Glory by Mercedes Lackey, 349 pages
A bunch of Valdemar short stories. I don’t think I read these before. I enjoyed it. I wish there were more Valdemar stories.

Beyond World’s End by Mercedes Lackey, 402 pages
This is the continuation of Bedlam’s Bard it was ok. Not as good as the first book in the series however. But, yes, I’m hooked. I’ll see what is up next in the queue.

Last of the Wilds by Trudi Canavan, 555 pages
Ms Canavan hooked me in (via geeknoob) with her Black Magician trilogy. This new series is different and enjoyable.

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