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2021 – April-December Book Log

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Hah, forgot to update for a while. It’s been… a hell of a year. Anyway, I did do some reading. Probably will forget everything I read, and this is not in any semblance of chronological order. From what I can recall, I did not finish reading any physical books this year. Mostly, physical books end up being stuff I reference, rather than read cover to cover nowadays.

#7 Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change by Stacey Abrams

#8 The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison

#9 Eye of the Beholder by C H Clepitt

#10 The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet: Wayfarers, Book 1 by Becky Chambers

#11 The Bennet Women by Eden Appiah-Kubi

#12 All Are Welcome: A Novel by Liz Parker

#13 The Friend: A Novel by Sigrid Nunez

#14 The Stupidest Angel by Christopher Moore (annual holiday reread)

#15 The PMI-ACP Study Guide by J Ashley Hunt

#16 Agile Practice Guide by Project Management Institute

#17 I Hear the Sunspor byu Yuki Fumino

#18 Omega The Unknown by Jonathan Lethem and Karl Rusnak

#19 Fence: Rivals by C.S. Pacat

#20 The Accelerated Learning Handbook by Dave Meier

#21 Brain Rules by John Medina

#22 The Definitive Guide to PSM I by Mortiz Knueppel

#23 Black #2

#24 Black #3

#25 Black #4

#26 Black #5

#27 Black #6

#28 Fence Vol 3

Considering 2020 saw me finish 10 books, this is not so bad. And I’ve probably forgotten a few books that I read and didn’t keep track of.

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