one thing at a time (llemma) wrote,
one thing at a time

Mostly for work, for one reason or another:

Waiting for the Barbarians, adult fiction by J.M. Coetzee.

The Things They Carried, adult fiction by Tim O'Brien, reread.

Native Son, adult fiction by Richard Wright, reread.

Black Boy, autobiography by Richard Wright, including the American Hunger section, which was new to me.

The Crucible, play for adults, probably, by Arthur Miller, reread.

Train to Pakistan, adult fiction by Khushwant Singh.

Good to Great, nonfiction for adults by Jim Collins, reread.

100 Essays I Don't Have Time To Write, nonfiction for adults by Sarah Ruhl, gift from Jeff.

Flying Home: Seven Stories of the Secret City, fiction for adults by David Nicholson.

Their Eyes Were Watching God, adult fiction by Zora Neale Hurston, reread, but this was my first time loving it.

God Help the Child, adult fiction by Toni Morrison, although it might as well not have been.

Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, short stories for adults by Danielle Evans.

And probably some other stuff I don't remember.
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