November 2020: In My Stacks

2020-11-13T13:25:56-05:00

It’s that time of the year when I take a closer look at 2020’s reading plans and shuffle some of the reading that I was sure I’d have finished by now into the coming year instead. Nothing seems impossible yet, because I still think of December as an incredibly

November 2020: In My Stacks2020-11-13T13:25:56-05:00

August 2019, In My Stacks

2019-08-08T12:12:56-05:00

Earlier this summer, in June, I maxed out my library card. The box which usually holds my borrowed books was so full that it was bookish-Jenga to remove one (and forget trying to add one). A neighbouring table was also commandeered. Even, for a time, the floor space between

August 2019, In My Stacks2019-08-08T12:12:56-05:00

June 2019, In My Stacks

2019-06-19T17:52:40-05:00

In which I stack equal numbers of books into piles and hope that nobody notices that I have maxed out the loans on my library card. But, I hasten to add, I am still reading from my own shelves too. Anyway, all of these are long-time shelf-sitters or TBR-list

June 2019, In My Stacks2019-06-19T17:52:40-05:00

April 2019, In My Stacks

2020-03-31T11:39:18-05:00

The past three months, I've gradually been shifting the volume in my stacks so that half of my reading is drawn from my own shelves, but I'm still borrowing lots of good books from the library. April is already a terrific reading month! The Everyman's anniversary edition of Ralph Ellison's

April 2019, In My Stacks2020-03-31T11:39:18-05:00

February 2019, In My Stacks

2019-02-24T20:13:53-05:00

Last year, February’s tally suggested it was one of my busiest reading months. Which I chalk up to January being over-stuffed with reading ambitions, which overflowed into the following month. This year, that feels true once more. With the exception of L’Arabe du futur, a graphic memoir scooped up randomly

February 2019, In My Stacks2019-02-24T20:13:53-05:00
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