Unread Shelf: May 31, 2020

Guys. My unread shelf is under control. When you consider that it looked like this a month ago? I managed to go an entire month without buying any books. That da Vinci biography is gonna take a minute but I’ll probably be done with the other three in a week or so.

11:39 AM, Sunday, May 31: 1,773,020 confirmed infections and 103,853 American deaths. I updated late last night so not much change since then.

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Luther M. Siler

Teacher, writer of words, and local curmudgeon. Enthusiastically profane. Occasionally hostile.

2 thoughts on “Unread Shelf: May 31, 2020

  1. Weirdly I’m reading quite a bit less than pre-pandemic. I can’t focus on anything that’s the least bit difficult or depressing or slow. After I read The City We Became it took me days to pick up another book, because nothing else could possibly be as good. Mostly I’m rereading old favorites.

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    1. I’m occasionally running into trouble with books that require a bit more focus. I’m reading THE NINE right now, and something about the language is making it harder to read, but definitely in a way where I’m blaming myself and not the book, if that makes sense?

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