Well, Christmas has come and gone. It was a mighty fine time. Lots of fun. Lots of food. Lots of family.
I received several books as Christmas presents, and since this blog is sort of focused on the books I read, I'll chronicle them here:
Gravity's Rainbow - Thomas Pynchon
The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon
In a Narrow Grave: Essays on Texas - Larry McMurtry
Ex Libris - Anne Fadiman
Imperical America - John Nerhouse
Riddley Walker - Russell Hoban
Doubt : A History - Jennifer Hecht
How to Start and Run a Money Making Bar - Bruce Fier
American Studies - Author Unknown, cause Weezel already stole the book!
So, stay tuned, non-existant reader, for my thoughts on these books, when and if I read them!
I've read the first 1/4 of Narrow Grave, Bar, and Ex Libris, and all of them seem really cool so far!