Aaron David

A fourth generation Californian, befuddled.

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  1. Richard Hershberger says:

    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. Maribou says:

    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

    • Aaron David in reply to Maribou says:

      Thanks @maribou!

      Nevada Barr is a really nice woman, if you ever get the chance to meet her. Very popular with the readers, did great signings.Report

  3. Mongo says:

    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. Stillwater says:

    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