Aaron David

A fourth generation Californian, befuddled.

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  1. Avatar Richard Hershberger

    The Hunt for Vulcan, by Thomas Levenson. Vulcan being the projected, but it turns out nonexistent, planet inside Mercury’s orbit. But I bought it the new-fashioned way. I downloaded it onto my Kindle. For better or worse, I only buy hardcopy books nowadays if they are older books that aren’t in ebook format, or specialty books within my research interests.Report

  2. Avatar Maribou

    This was an interesting post, Aaron..

    I’ve been reading bits and pieces of lots of things. Track of the Cat by Nevada Barr upstairs in bed, Chicks Kick Butt by a bunch of people in the loo, Tor’s first five years of stories while traveling about…

    Watching/listening wise I’ve been going through a free course by the University of Warwick entitled Literature and Mental Health.Report

  3. Avatar Mongo

    Normally read multiple works (nothing electronic) — in no particular order: Matheson’s What Dreams May Come; Ian Toll’s ‘The Conquering Tide’; Elie Wiesel’s “Night”; Jack McDevitt’s “Thunderbird”; Tom Powers’, Three Days To Never.Report

  4. Avatar Stillwater

    A few days ago I felt an urge to read something weighty and couldn’t for the life of me think of a fiction writer or book which sounded the least bit appealing. Weird, I said to myself, since there are literally hundreds of thousands of published books to choose from. Oh well. Then it occurred to me, as if in a flash: non-fiction!

    So I downloaded The Guns of August.Report

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