It's fitting that the current book I'm reading, the last of the year at No. 48 in my book log, is "Why Time Flies, A Mostly Scientific Investigation" by Alan Burdock, non-fiction, about the nature of time in our lives and history.
I usually wrap up my year's reading in December on this blog, but time did blur in my life, and with it, the urge to write and blog. Even the blog suffered, with two full months devoid of posts after the computer crashed
By the "time" I wanted to write, the year was gone. By comparison, there were 54 in 2021, 49 in 2020, and 34 in 2019But here are the books I read, or started and didn't finish from 2022. Total 48.
|Finished Dec. 31, Now rereading|
Poetry--8: Call Us What We Carry, Gorman; Poetry of Remembrance, Romero; The Leaf and the Cloud, Oliver; Chaco Trilogy, Price; Earth Keepers, Momaday; American Primitive, Oliver; The Potter's Book, Mulcahhy; Kerry Slides, Muldoon.
Art, Creativity--6; The Gift, Hyde, read most of it; How to Paint with a Knife; How to Paint Fast, Mollica; Atmospheric Landscapes in Acrylic, Scarbe; Winslow Homer, Crosscurrents; Paint Alchemy, Oliver,, scanned.
Non-Fiction--13 (including Time Flies): The Writers Map, Lewis-Jones ed.; Greatest Bear Run Ever, Donahue; Desert Solitaire, Abbey (reread);Atlas of Irish History, Duffy; Landscapes of Ireland, Diggin; Sacred Places, Goesty; When Humans Nearly Vanished, Prothero; Road to Rainy Mountain, Momaday; Beatty's Cabin, Barker (Pecos Wilderness, N.M.); Valley of the Shining Stone, Polng-Kemps (Abiquiu, N.M.); The Scotch Irish, Leyburn (unfinished; Burn After Writing, Jones, unfinished; Lone Star, Fehrenback (Texas history before revisionists took over).
Fiction--7: Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury, reread; Mr. Gone, Triplett; Dune, Herbert; Hell and Back, Johnson (Longmire); Tomorrow, Jospeh Conrad; Fairy Tale, King, in progress; The Little Prince, Saint Exupery.
Self-Help: 2: Memory Guide, Restock; Don't Feed the Monkey Mind, Shannon.
Resource, won't finish but keep--1:Oklahoma Native Plants, Scothorn,
Won't even try to finish--1; Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Hardy. Thought I wanted to read a class. Not after one chapter.
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