What I’m Reading

It’s been three months since I finished a book. I’ve started several, and I’m working my way through a very long critique, but reading isn’t something I’ve been doing a lot of over the last few months. (Or the last year. My reading list for 2009 is sadly short.)

What the list doesn’t reflect, though, is the journalism reading I do. I read a lot of blogs; I read a lot of news. I can’t bring myself to privilege the novel over all those other things (or even, *gasp*, over the stories I absorb via video game), so I’m not too worried about my reading habits.

Here it is, though. The reading list for 2010, currently with all of one book.

Books read in 2010:

Resident Mad Scientist by Howard Tayler
Pain of Glass by Dan Wells
The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
Thwonk, by Joan Bauer
Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Curious Case of the Dog in the Nighttime by  Mark Haddon
Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements
The Magician’s Wife by Brian Moore
Joshua’s Song by Joan Hiatt Harlow
Walker’s Crossing by Phillis Reynolds Naylor
The Last Chance Texaco by Brent Hartinger
The Good Master by Kate Seredy
Trickster’s Queen by Tamora Pierce
Sabriel by Garth Nix
Street Magic by Tamora Pierce
Cold Fire by Tamora Pierce
Shatterglass by Tamora Pierce
Vodnik by Bryce Moore

2009 list is here.

2008 list is here.