My reading this summer is eclectic and my focus on any particular title is scattered at best. I’ve not finished many books over the past few months, but my current reading list keeps growing. There is a stack of books by the bed, another near my desk, and even more virtually on the tablet, most with bookmarks at various points.
Today I’ll share a few of the titles I’m currently reading and those that I really hope to get to soon. They are listed alphabetically by author.
Books that hold my attention this week:
I’m late to discovering Beagle and now want to read more of his writing. I received a digital galley of this book through NetGalley.
Algorithms are a hot topic; I’m fascinated by how they are being explained to the general public. I received a copy of this book through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program.
This has been on my TBR pile since May… 2015. I need to just read it already! I initially received a digital galley of this book through NetGalley, however it expired when the book was published. I’ve been borrowing it from the library.
I knew Naomi during her time at Columbia, she introduced me to the world of Harry Potter while I TA’d a class she taught. Though we’ve lost touch, I know I’d enjoy her writing even if I didn’t know her at all. I’m looking forward to this final book in the Temeraire series. I received a digital galley of this book through NetGalley.
Titles I hope to finish sooner than later:
If you know me in real life, you know my language is colourful. I have no idea why I find it difficult to swear in writing, I try. Even my morning pages rarely have them spelled out beyond an underlined F. I received a digital galley of this book through NetGalley.
This title arrived in the mail yesterday. I’m fascinated by public broadcasting, in both radio and television, however I don’t know much about the origins of it. I’m hopeful that this book will shed some light. I received my copy through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program.
I’m often the only woman in the room, I majored in Computer Science and still work in technology. While some reviewers have stated the title of this book is misleading it is primarily a single-author memoir and not a look into multiple women’s experiences, I still look forward to reading it. I received my copy through the Goodreads giveaway program.
I spot a trend! I received a copy through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program. E read it and enjoyed it, I’m not sure why I haven’t yet.
What book has your focus this summer?