What’s Sitting Around this August

Let’s call it the August stack.  Since it’s the first real post under this section it’s not really important how long that same stack of books has been sitting there.  Here’s what’s up the first five have been languishing for a bit (I’m comfortable blaming a lot on my mid-April move).  The non-fictions are all within the last week, as I think it’s important to research your ‘craft’ adequately.  Let’s chalk those upto professional development.

Divine Misdemeanors, Laurell K. Hamilton (almost done with this one)

Shutter Island, by Dennis Lehane

An Echo in the Bone, Diana Gabaldon (barely started)

Last of the Red-Hot Vampires, by Katie Mac Alister (third of the way through)

Phantom of the Opera, byGaston Leroux (read the intro long enough to wonder if it was based in reality, then promptly did an Internet search)

WordPress 24-Hour Trainer: Watch, Read, and Learn How to Create and Customize WordPress Sites (Book & DVD), by George Plumley (four chapters in, but this ship may have already sailed)

Create your own blog, by  Tris Hussey

One nation under blog,  by David (David G.) Wallace

Problogger, by Darren Rowse

WordPress in depth, by Bud E. Smith

I don’t know when I started reading so many books at one time (probably about the time I came to in my life where I can no longer dedicate three strait days to reading…pesky kids). Read any of these yet?  Anything worth skipping, I do have backup stacks…

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