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I meant to come in and post my January update yesterday while I was at work, but SA was down. So here it is, a day late.

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1 - poems for teen girls Perfume: The Story of a Murderer - This was an interesting book. I can't really explain exactly why it was a good book, but it really was. Basically, it's the story of a messed up man with a super keen sense of smell and a photographic smell memory and his quest to make the perfect scent. If you are interested in something a little adventurous with some very pretty prose, check it out.

2 - free forced porn videos To Kill a Mockingbird - I've always meant to read this and finally got into it due to the Shameful thread. It was great, I can see why it is considered a classic. If you haven't read it before, do so now.

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1. free sex toys video Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman - Great read for mythology fans - I'm not sure it provides anything new if you are already super familiar with the stories but I found them entertaining.
2. cotton candy porn star Blindness by Jose Saramago - This took me ages to read. I can't say I liked the writing style and the first half (at least) is full of horrors, but there was something about it that just drew me in.
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Booklord challenges completed:

1. Set a goal for number of books or another personal challenge: 5/40
2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women: 3/5 (60%)
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. 3/5 (60%)
10. Read something translated from another language: Kitchen & Blindness
13. Read a collection of short stories: Norse Mythology

Currently reading:
- The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann
- It by Stephen King

I'm seriously hoping I finish both of these in February but gently caress me they are long books.

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Jan 11, 2004

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January

1. Children of God - Maria Dora Russell
2. Sleeping Beauties - Stephen King and Owen King
3. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
4. All on Fire: William Lloyd Garrison and the Abolition of Slavery - Henry Mayer
5. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis
6. The Whiz Mob and the Grenadine Kid - Colin Meloy
7. Leviathan Wakes (Expanse #1) - James S.A. Corey
8. Crazy Heart - Thomas Cobb
9. Blackwater - Michael McDowell
10. Caliban’s War (Expanse #2) - James S.A. Corey


A pretty solid start to the year with this month's books. I finished a few old favorites that I read to my son (Narnia and Christmas Carol), got a few "I've had this on my shelves forever" books down, and started the Expanse series, which was a lot of fun. Standouts include All on Fire, a very very detailed biography of William Lloyd Garrison that took me quite a while (I started it at the beginning of October and slowly worked through it); The Whiz Mob and the Grenadine Kid, which was a fun YA caper book by the lead singer of the Decemberists; and Blackwater, which loving RULED. I enjoyed the hell out of that book. It was southern soap opera with the occasional underwater disemboweling, so basically it was the best.


1. softcore porn movie list Set a goal for number of books or another personal challenge (10/36)
2.stormy daniels sex tape Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women. - Maria Doria Russell - so only 10% so far.
3. alice from twilight naked Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. - None. Crap.
4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author.
5. Participate in the TBB BotM thread at least once in 2018 (thread stickied each month at the top of the forum).
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
7. Get a recommendation from a friend or loved one.
8. decorating teen girls rooms Read something written before you were born. - Lion, Witch, and Wardrobe, and A Christmas Carol
9. Read a book published in 2018 (or if you're eager to start early, the latter half of 2017).
10. Read something translated from another language.
11. Read something political.
12. Read a poetry collection.
13. Read a collection of short stories.
14. Read a play.
15. Read something involving history.
16. does anal sex hurts Read something biographical. - All on Fire
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19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged.
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21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
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Jan 14, 2004

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Shooting for 75 this year. I've ranged 40-120 over the last decade. Doing the booklord challenge + whatever bonuses I reasonably can.


January (Wow, didn't read much this month considering I'm currently unemployed)
1. Ninefox Gambit - Yoon Ha Lee
2. Raven Stratagem - Yoon Ha Lee
3. Bridge of Birds - Barry Hughart
4. Aurora - Kim Stanley Robinson

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13. Read a collection of short stories.
14. Read a play.
15. Read something involving history.
16. Read something biographical.
17. Read something about religion.
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1. How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City, by Joan DeJean

This book covers urban changes in Paris from the late medieval period to the early modern, with a heavy emphasis on posters, paintings, travel guides, and plays as sources. Joan really provides a delight of visual information to go with the text. You’ll read about the expansion of foot traffic along the Pont Neuf and the new boulevards of the city, as well as how these let Paris become the Mecca of fashion. My favorite theme throughout the book was how crime changed its patterns to complement those of the city itself. (5/5)

2. Dark Pools, by Scott Patterson

Scott has written a person and business focused history of the last twenty years of trading, which gets on my nerves. Even in the last stage of the book, a development in policy or a corporate merger must be introduced with a personal biography of some dude involved in the deal. Also, the author relies too much on analogy and metaphor to describe relatively simple financial things, so that I had to turn to other sources to find out what he literally meant. On the other hand, he really does write the various characters in an entertaining way, and I had a decent experience reading this. (3/5)

3. The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism, by David Golumbia

An important caveat here: David’s not talking about Right-Wing as in MAGA hats and white nationalism, he’s talking about it in the sense of “government small enough to drown in a bathtub” and other more libertarian-adjacent ideas. It’s a fairly short and focused book that does a great job of pinning the ideas motivating major cryptocurrency thinkers to that libertarian tradition. A major point in here is that many of the motivating ideas of bitcoiners are assumptions from a far-right perspective that are very arguable when explicitly laid out. (4/5)

4. The Ghost of Eternal Polygamy, by Carol Lynn Pearson

So the Mormon church back in the 19th century practiced polygamy. That’s inarguable; when Utah began pushing for admission as a state the church relented and issued guidance that polygamy was to be temporarily suspended. The Mormons also preach that their marriages are eternal (this is strictly opposed to the vast majority of Christian teaching), continuing in heaven with each wife and her children bound to her husband in eternity. In modern Mormon society, these facts create the expectation that once they get to the afterlife, people who are monogamous now will find themselves in polygamous marriages. People feel real grief, anguish, of even delight at this possibility. Stories that stand out to me are an unmarried woman whose brother-in-law helpfully offers to marry her in heaven so that she won’t be alone forever, and a woman who expresses to her husband that she’d rather be in hell alone than in heaven with hum and another woman. Carol Pearson is a poet and leader of Mormon women who has spun together many personal testimonies and her own historical and theological analysis to make this amazing book. This is going to be one of my highlights for the year, I am sure. (5/5)

5. The Violent American Century, by John W. Dower

Here John contrasts the popular view of “The American Century” (that is, the years 1945 to the present) as one of progress, peace and prosperity with the effects of American foreign policy abroad. It covers both the overt and secret wars America has waged over the years just enough to let curious readers explore on their own later. Overall I’d recommend this book to anyone who needs an inoculation against the popular view of America’s wars, especially a young person. (4/5)

6. Against Apartheid: The Case for Boycotting Israeli Universities, edited by Ashley Dawson and Bill V. Mullen

Like a lot of essay collections on a single subject, this book succeeds at presenting a diversity of perspectives but had honestly too much repetition of basic fact. You aren’t going to get “both sides” of the academic boycott, but you will get essays written by Israeli Jews, Palestinian academics, members of the diaspora, and supporters abroad. Most of the essays are informative, well-argued and worth reading. (3.5/5)

7. Njal’s Saga, translated by Robert Cook

This book is sick as hell. It’s an epic set 10th century Iceland where the national hobbies are vengeance and lawsuits (also horse fighting). People keep on getting unlawfully killed, and all attempts to make the sides leave well enough alone fall apart. This goes on for several different cycles, with well told fight scenes capped off by action movie-style one liners. The Njal from the title is man who values friendship, family, peace, and the law, but these things come into tragic conflict with each other. You should probably expect to see this on prestige television once all the 20th century fantasy epics get churned out. (5/5)

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Last year I tried to post about every book I read here, and the upshot of that was that I ended up never posting because writing up notes for each book and then converting them into a format that was readable on SA was . So this year I'm going to dial it back and just post about the challenges, and/or about books I felt particularly strongly about.

Or perhaps I will upgrade my book-journaling software to emit bbcode, and just copy-paste.

At the moment I -- very unusually -- have three books in flight; hair pull sex video Njal's Saga for the BOTM thread (didn't finish it in time for the end of the month), hot teacher sex stories The Zen of Graphics Programming by Michael Abrash for nonfiction (it's knowledge I will never use, but I've played a lot of games that used these techniques and it's neat to get an inside look), and katie fey nude galleries Dragon Student by Bard Bloom for sorely needed comfort reading.

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     <> 2018-01-19 <> The Anvil of Stars by Greg Bear
My girlfriend was visiting for the holidays and recommended me these before I even saw the challenge, so that worked out nicely -- especially as I'd had them on the shelves for about a decade but never got around to reading them.

The two books were very different, the first one being a sort of cross-section about how people deal with the end of the world, the second a look at a small group of people under extreme pressure my dick your pussy to find an overwhelmingly powerful enemy and then decide whether to commit genocide for an extended period of time. Both enjoyable, although I'd have liked to see more of the Braids in teen pussy in shower Anvil.

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Didn't like this nearly as much as Newsflesh. The viewpoint isn't really tightly coupled to any one character, but this means it spends a lot of time drifting and expositing on the setting or on people's internal state -- it does a lot of telling rather than showing. Overall, a disappointment.

pre:
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This was a highly entertaining and informative read. Some of the stuff (space access) I was already well familiar with; others (bioprinting) I had heard of but knew nothing about. I also thought the overall tone was great; very "Dave Barry does pop-sci", and since I grew up reading Dave Barry this makes it both entertaining and nostalgic while still being new.

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Jan 25, 2018


My father passed away in December, he left me numerous books. I'm talking two full Ikea book shelves full of nothing but Sci Fi and fantasy, plus a few cookbooks. Since I've gathered all of his books together and place them in my home I decided to read the ENTIRE Wheel of time series, all twelve of them. My father loved that series and its only fitting that I read the books he enjoyed. That is my challenge for the year, to finish the Wheel of Time series.

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May 23, 2003



Continuing to set a bad example as booklord, here's my January update:

1. The Complete Stories of Leonora Carrington by Leonora Carrington
2. John Dies at the End by David Wong
3. Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff
4. This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It by David Wong
5. J R by William Gaddis

I had started Carrington's stories as a light thing to read over the holidays but was still too busy to read more than one so I reread that one and the rest in January. They were great, full of really wonderful surrealist imagery and logic. I'm happy I decided to buy it, I can definitely see picking it up at random to read a surreal short story when I'm feeling whimsical.

I also read JDatE and the sequel since there's a third book in the series that just came out and I wanted to refresh my memory. Just about to finish the third book as my first book in February. They're not the best lit but they're fun, quick reads full of really inventive ideas.

I already talked about Fire and Fury above.

JR took up the bulk of my month, it was a long and pretty difficult book, but well worth it. I read it for the the first porn site which is good and you should all check out since it's one of the bonus challenges anyway!

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...and it's Atomic Design by Brad Frost! I kind of figured it would be one of my friends telling me to read some fantasy book (I think he's reading the Kingkiller Chronicles?) so I didn't have super high hopes anyway, this was an interesting twist.

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My father passed away in December, he left me numerous books. I'm talking two full Ikea book shelves full of nothing but Sci Fi and fantasy, plus a few cookbooks. Since I've gathered all of his books together and place them in my home I decided to read the ENTIRE Wheel of time series, all twelve of them. My father loved that series and its only fitting that I read the books he enjoyed. That is my challenge for the year, to finish the Wheel of Time series.

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I'm joining in with this. I am always looking to broaden my reading horizons, so I'm setting the following challenge:

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2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women. (minimum 6)
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. (minimum 6, sex animaux et femme currently 1)
4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author.
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in
15. Read something involving history.
— bonus: Read something about a war that didn't involve the U.S.
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective.
— bonus: Read something narrated in the 2nd person
20. Read something about music.
22. Read something about the future.
— bonus: Read something about a future that takes place before the current year

For me, the challenges are really what I'm interested in, and where the bonus is listed, that is the aim. lacey duvalle sex video Somebody issue me a wildcard!

Completed Books:
1. The Damned United by David Peace (reread)
2. Player One by Douglas Coupland
3. The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis
4. The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut
5. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

In Progress:
6. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Coming Soon:
On Beauty by Zadie Smith
When The Shooting Stops by Ralph Rosenblum and Robert Karen
Side Jobs by Jim Butcher

I know I joined late, but here are some thoughts so far:

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sex pistols official website The Undoing Project is, in my opinion, not one of Lewis' best books. It deals with the lives and partnership of psychologists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman and while the descriptions of their work and its applications in the real world are fascinating, the more biographical portions were quite slow. Still good overall, though.

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January!

1) Here I am - Jonathan Safran Foer

2) Universal Harvester - John Darnielle

3) 50 Stories in 50 States - Kevin B Parsons

4) Summer in the Invisible City - Julia Romano

5) Wolf in the White Van - John Darnielle

Everything was good with the exception of that 50 stories book. gently caress that guy.

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It's good. It's pretty lacking in traditional plot - very little "happens" which is an odd thing to say about a book which incorporates a tidal wave and a giant vortex of plastic garbage washing up on the coast of Taiwan, and of what story there is very little gets resolved. It's more about the combination of environmentalism, reactions to trauma, and I guess what you might call a focus on "return to the land" since most of the characters gain their greatest satisfaction from running away from Taipei and living in aboriginal villages out in the forests and mountains. In some ways it's a book whose moment has come with the current chatter around single-use plastics and the enormously wasteful lifestyles of Western and Western-influenced societies, and while it doesn't say anything especially revolutionary about those things, it's a coherent look at them through a slanted magical-realist lens. There's also some Taiwan-specific stuff with the prominence of aboriginal characters, since from some brief Googling I understand there's increasing prominence of aboriginal Taiwanese in the country and this book is very interested in their varied cultures and histories.

Also tons of cool poo poo happens including the titular man with the compound eyes appearing in weird places, and a house which is overwhelmed by the sea, and magic sperm whale ghosts of dead Polynesians. young black naked girls And grief so strong that Alice invents a fictional version of her dead son which her husband buys into until he, the husband, falls off a cliff and dies and the man with the compound eyes shows him that he was alone the whole time, except the fictional boy is so fully realised that he's still a pov character for like three chapters.

Oops, forgot to reply... Glad you liked it. I thought it was a good examination of modern life. Thibgs have been getting better for the aboriginal people recently, yeah, and most writing about Taiwan stresses the Chinese population.

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Hey just wanted to check in and give an update on my new plan for theme weeks.

The way I originally envisioned these was just as a week to discuss a certain challenge topic and trade recs and interpretations, but it seems like a few people actually wanted to read a book for that theme during the week, which uh makes a lot more sense and makes me feel dumb. So what I am going to do is announce the upcoming theme weeks in advance so everyone can pick a book and read along, combining the recommendations/idea trading alongside actual reviews and stuff.

I might likely end up creating a full schedule to post, but for now we are going to start our second theme week on naked fat hairy women Monday, March 5th and the topic will be women authors, in honor of Women's history month. That should also be a super broad (heh) topic and shouldn't be hard to find something in your reading list.

I'll once again do an effort post full of my own recommendations and what I plan on reading, and encourage anyone else to post their thoughts. Keep on trucking, reading-wise.

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So the first two months of the year hit me like a series of trucks, and I only managed to get a little reading done. Hoping to pick up the pace majorly!

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download classic porn movies 3 - October: The Story of the Russian Revolution, by China Miéville. A month-by-month, blow-by-blow telling of the revolution's first year of 1917. Focusing on figure big and small, Miéville explores small uprisings, major upheavals and dense, political conference discussions with equal excitement and enthusiasm. There were plenty of details of which I was unaware - the 1917 All-Russian Muslim Women's Conference; the proto-fascist Black Hundreds; Lenin's cartoonish disguises during his exile. With an enormous cast of characters, he was thoughtful enough to include a glossary of names as well as an index, which is a nice addition. The prologue and epilogue, detailing the origins and the aftermath of the revolutions, were particularly interesting, as he finds clear narrative and ideological threads across years and decades. The epilogue in particular, where he addresses the failures and the horrors of what the USSR became, are especially sad. Throughout the book there is a sense of true desperation and hope - even through the denser, more clerical episodes of parliamentary and intra-movement debate. For all the ways in which the events of 1917 are mythologised, seeing them laid out in a clear, chronological narrative helped bring the people -figureheads and masses alike - to life.

ex girlfriend revenge nude 4 - The Bloody Chamber and other stories by Angela Carter. Read this over a couple of months, dipping in for one or two stories at a time. Carter's prose is so dense and florid that I had trouble with some of the longer stories, even though I very much enjoyed them. This collection mainly consists of fairytales and folk stories with Carter's dark, playful twists, and there were some very satisfying entries. I was particularly fond of the titular Bloody Chamber, as well as The Company Of Wolves and Lady In The House Of Love. Sexuality and femininity - especially female puberty - are a constant focus across the stories, lending even the shorter and less detailed tales a sense of viscerality. This is the first Carter I've properly read, and I'm curious how I'd get on with a full novel - hopefully well, since I like a lot of what I read here.



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February update, picked up the pace a bit this month:

6. What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong
7. Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi
8. Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs: The Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe by Lisa Randall
9. Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
10. The Little Book of Black Holes by Steven S. Gubser, Frans Pretorius
11. The Doll's Alphabet by Camilla Grudova
12. The Great Movies by Roger Ebert

The third of David Wong's John and David series continues its downward trend, but it still had some fun sequences and ideas.

Helen Oyeyemi's books always delight me, I need to space those out a bit more because I am running out. I actually read the Doll's Alphabet based on a recommendation from the book store clerk when I was buying another Oyeyemi, and it was similar to her style while being a bit more macabre so it was enjoyable.

The two physics books were a little heady for my bus rides, but still full of some really interesting information. I wish the one had more dinosaurs and less dark matter tho.

Mr. Penumbra's 24 hour bookstore came together a bit at the end but still felt super amateurish. The fascination with Google as a company was extremely dumb.

The Great Movies is a series of essays by Ebert about what he considers the 100 most influential/important movies in history. It's extremely interesting and makes me want to read the sequels and watch a bunch of these movies, which might cut into my ability to finish my own challenge.

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February was a big reading month for me. I finished off a big book that'd slowed me down in January. Then polished off another a couple days later at jury duty. After a few genre novels, I found myself at the library with no idea what to check out and a dead phone, so I grabbed 4 short books from the new books section. I judged them by the covers, natch. I enjoyed some new to me authors and reading without a plan. It was a pleasantly mild adventure that took me some places I might not have otherwise. It may have artificially inflated my book count a little, but here we are.

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My reading this year is taking a different tack. At the end of 2017, I compiled a list of ~80 books I really wanted to read in 2018, and have been somewhat successful so far: about 50% of my reading in January/February is from the 'planned' list.

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Lucifer's Hammer - L Niven
Homesick for Another World - O Moshfegh
Saga, vol 6
Saga, vol 7
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Fire and Fury - M Wolff
LSD: My Problem Child - A Hoffman
The History of Love - N Krauss
The Moth Presents All These Wonders: True Stories about Facing the Unknown - Assort.
In the Distance - H Diaz
Her Body and Other Parties - C Maria Machado
Eileen - O Moshfegh

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Rebecca - D de Maurier
Freya - A Quinn
The Ballad of Black Tom - V LaValle
Exit West - M Hamid
Future Home of the Living God - L rdrich
The Power - N Alderman
Hunger - K Hamsun
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300 Arguments - S Manguso
The Plot Against America - P Roth

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The end of January was hell for me, so here are my thoughts on January and February's books in one huge post:

Babel-17, by Samuel R. Delany - I never know what to expect with old sci-fi, and this book pleasantly surprised me. The world and ideas presented varied between interesting and progressive, charmingly 60s-future (you can order a starship crew at a moment’s notice, but you need to use a phone booth to do it), and straight-up bizarre. I doubt that I’ll read more by Delany, but I’m glad I picked this up on a whim.

Bird Box, by Josh Malerman - Good atmospheric horror

Mrs. Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf - I read this book wrong. I kept waiting for a plot to happen, only to realize too late that there was no plot, and I should have been reading for the characters and the mood. I’ll probably reread it at some point; I really want to like Virginia Woolf.

The Ballad of Black Tom, by Victor LaValle - This was good for Lovecraftian horror - I appreciated that the horror was actually written, instead of being described as “too horrific to describe” or similar, and the book's inversion of the source material made it a fun read.

The Golden Notebook, by Doris Lessing - I read this at the wrong time. It was crunch time at work, so I would spend 45 minutes on the bus each morning immersed in the dreary world of this book. Then I would work for 12-14 hours, get a ride home, and fall into bed. Repeat for five weeks, during which time I grew to resent and eventually hate the book for occupying my sole free time with dead, gray 1950s Britain and with Anna Wolf’s how to sex wife whining. Whining about the fall of communism, whining about her bad taste in men, whining about gay people existing, whining about the possibility of someday having to work for a living… When crunch time finished, I flew through the end of the blue notebook and the culminating golden notebook section in one long sitting, missing most of the catharsis that followed the buildup at the end.
However, the neatness, for lack of a better word, of the ending was not lost on me. The way that the novel builds Anna up piece by piece, only to swallow its own tail at the end and reveal that she never existed as a character outside of her own writing was fascinating and left me almost (almost) wanting to go back through what was originally presented as the framing story and reread it in this new light. I loved the form of this novel, but I hated the content so, so much.

North American Lake Monsters, by Nathan Ballingrud - The more I think about the collection the more I dislike it. Almost every story introduces some interesting sounding Weird poo poo near the beginning, and then does its best to ignore all that while it examines some unmemorable characters and their uninteresting inner selves for the remainder of the story. It’s probably possible to write good stories about human nature while supernatural stuff exists in the background, but you have to have something interesting to say about human nature first. I know this is a big favorite here, but I just wasn’t feeling it.

Agents of Dreamland, by Caitlin R. Kiernan - Delivered on the Weird poo poo, even if it was 2010 flavored Weird poo poo (did you know that there’s a free vintage porn movies fungus that makes teen gohan vs cell zombie ants??). Mostly entertaining trash.

The Bone Clocks, by David Mitchell - I loved this. Some sections work better than others and the neologisms get a little extremely silly, but this has been the first fantasy/horror novel I unreservedly liked since Blackwater.

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Here's what I read in February.

6. types of having sex All Systems Red, by Martha Wells. Fast and fun sci-fi novella with an interesting concept. Ultimately I think there wasn't really enough space to let the characters breathe and let the events and their repercussions really land. Still, good enough for me to anticipate the sequels.
7. videos on anal sex The Black Tides of Heaven, by JY Yang (LGBTQIA+ Author). Really cool setting, similar problems as the above. I was aching for more worldbuilding, but there just weren't enough pages. I think I liked this one a little better than the above because of the interesting setting and more fleshed-out characters. Will definitely read the companion novella.
8. college girl porn movies Zenith, by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings. A lovely first novel by a person who should not be writing novels at all. Nine different point of view characters, all characterized and written about with the same exact tone. Tons of completely unnecessary worldbuilding, cringeworthy dialogue, and a boring, cliché plot that plays out painfully slow. One of the worst things I've ever read.
9. getting your pussy pierced The Sign of Four, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (SA BotM). The first novel-length Sherlock I've read. A bit underwhelming. Sherlock isn't that cool or fun here and spends more time explaining what he did or what he's going to do than actually doing. Then there's a weird exposition dump at the end that doesn't really justify itself.
10. top classic porn stars A Question of Power, by Bessie Head (Wildcard). A woman in a kind of psychic battle with the metaphorical God and metaphorical Satan. I was amazed at the representation of Elizabeth's breaks with reality. Marred slightly by some out-of-left-field homophobia.

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1. 10/50 Books Read.
2. %Women Authors: 40%
3. %Authors of Color: 30%
4. LGBTQIA+ Author: Yes: girl pussy up close The Black Tides of Heaven, by JY Yang.
5. TBB BotM Participation: Yes: sex scene from desperado The Sign of Four, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
6. Wildcard: Yes: isla lang fisher nude A Question of Power, by Bessie Head.

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Mar 1, 2008


February

Milt Thompson posted:

26 Books as a minimum, under 20% rereads (currently 7 books with 1 reread)

Booklord's Challenge

2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women. (minimum 6)
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. (minimum 6, currently 1)
4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author.
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in
15. Read something involving history.
— bonus: Read something about a war that didn't involve the U.S.
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective.
— bonus: Read something narrated in the 2nd person
20. Read something about music.
22. Read something about the future.
— bonus: Read something about a future that takes place before the current year

For me, the challenges are really what I'm interested in, and where the bonus is listed, that is the aim. Somebody issue me a wildcard!

Completed Books:
1. The Damned United by David Peace (reread)
2. Player One by Douglas Coupland
3. The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis
4. The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut
5. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
6. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
7. Side Jobs by Jim Butcher

In Progress:
8. When The Shooting Stops by Ralph Rosenblum and Robert Karen

Coming Soon:
On Beauty by Zadie Smith


It was hard to find time to read much this month, but I did finish porn tube foot fetish Thinking Fast and Slow. It's an interesting read, but very information dense, at times dauntingly slow. If you are curious about the fact that your mind can be said to operate at two different speeds with dramatically different results - a fast, instinctive aspect and a slow, introspective one - then it's worth picking up or borrowing from the library.

fat black women porno Side Jobs is a collection of short stories from The Dresden Files universe. I enjoyed it on the whole, but especially the stories where Dresden himself is not the narrator. One for fans of the series.

I'm adding the following books to the Coming Soon list:

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I'll be attempting On Beauty during the theme week. The last time I picked it up, I couldn't get into it, but I'm willing to give it a few more chapters.

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Jan 11, 2004

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February!

11. Iron Gold (Red Rising #4) - Pierce Brown
12. Pachinko - Min Jin Lee
13. Dear Cyborgs - Eugene Lim
14. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl
15. Carter Beats the Devil - Glen David Gold
16. Abaddon’s Gate (Expanse #3) - James S.A. Corey
17. Idaho - Emily Ruskovich
18. Sing Unburied Sing - Jesmyn Ward
19. Little Fires Everywhere - Celeste Ng

I had a good month, reading a lot of good books (thanks to the Tournament of Books, mostly). Pachinko, Idaho, and Sing Unburied Sing were all stellar books, while Dear Cyborgs was... kinda not. I had some good rereads (Charlie, Carter) and continued reading my goofy-rear end sci-fi series (Red Rising, the Expanse). Finally, Little Fires Everywhere was something of a book-club-book but was quite well-written and at times quite funny.

1. sister and mom porn Set a goal for number of books or another personal challenge (19/36)
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4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author.
5. Participate in the TBB BotM thread at least once in 2018 (thread stickied each month at the top of the forum).
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
7. Get a recommendation from a friend or loved one.
8. kat young lesbian video Read something written before you were born. - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
9. images of sex positions Read a book published in 2018 (or if you're eager to start early, the latter half of 2017). - Iron Gold
10. Read something translated from another language.
11. Read something political.
12. Read a poetry collection.
13. Read a collection of short stories.
14. Read a play.
15. Read something involving history.
16. Read something biographical.
17. Read something about religion.
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective.
19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged.
20. Read something about music.
21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
22. teen girl christmas list Read something about the future. - Iron Gold, Expanse 3

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I finally finished the dense non-fiction book I was reading. I've also started a new job and all the fun that goes with that, so I haven't been reading as much as I would like. I'm on track for the year but still need to do more. Only four books in February.

5. girl that is naked The Sign of the Four - Arthur Conan Doyle. My first Sherlock novel, and boy was it filled with colonial racism and sexism. The book was interesting for a while, but the ending seemed to drag on. In the BotM thread I think I read that the short stories are better, so I may have to find some of those for later.
6. naked girls pooping videos Korea Through Myths and Legends - Robin Rhee. A lot of my reading will likely be Korean or Korea-related this year, as I live here and want to know more about the history and style of the people. I haven't read many Korean authors either, and much Korean literature is unknown in the west. So I guess this is part of my personal challenge to learn more and experience more of the culture I live in. Anyway, this book featured a lot of small little stories about Korean myths and folklore. Some of them were very interesting. Especially the one about the guy stabbing a baby and then marrying her as an adult, and that signifies the happy marriage bond.
7. britney spears porn pictures Asia's Unknown Uprisings Volume 1: South Korean Social Movements in the 20th Century - George Katsiaficas. This book was pretty much a textbook. Tough read, tiny font, the works. But so much information. I learned about how terrible the previous governments of Korea have been, Japanese colonialism, and US meddling. Sad.
8. sharon stone pussy scene A Wizard of Earthsea - Ursula K. Le Guin. An easier read after the harder book. A little disappointing. Too much riding around in a boat.

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13. Read a collection of short stories.
— bonus: Read short stories by at least 10 different authors
14. Read a play.
— bonus: Read a play first published in the last 10 years
15. Read something involving history.
— bonus: Read something about a (nonfictional) war that didn't involve the U.S.
16. Read something biographical.
— bonus: Read something biographical about someone you've met/seen in person
17. Read something about religion.
— bonus: Read a major religious text
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— bonus: Read something narrated in the 2nd person
19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged.
— bonus: Read something currently banned, censored, or challenged in its country of origin
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— bonus: Read something about a genre of music you're explicitly not a fan of
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— bonus: Read something about hunger
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— bonus: Read something about a future that takes place before the current year

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