In an attempt to regain an old hobby that I love and not allow my brain to completely waste away, I've set a goal to read at least one book a month. That seems like a paltry number compared to how much I read once upon a time, but I have a job now and stuff, right? I seem to be focusing on non-fiction or classics, but I'll take any suggestions! I'm a little behind at the moment, but here's how the calendar is shaping up
December - The Looming Tower
January - The World is Flat
February - Interpreter of Maladies
March - Short History of Nearly Everything
April - Everything is Illuminated
May - Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
June - The Awakening
Other potentials that could make the list:
La Casa de los Espiritus
The Glass Castle
Water for Elephants
Those Who Save Us
The Kite Runner (again)
Chronicles of Narnia
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