Repost: Hit (or Miss) List, Jan ’10

This is reposted from my old blog.  I’ve imported the whole post, comments and all, into a single space here.  I’ve listed it here under its original date.

Hit (or Miss) List, January ’10

Sunday, January 31, 2010

January was another good month for catching up on a lot of reading I’ve left dangling for a while.  I made a little more progress on my Fill in the Gaps list and on the books I hope to read this year.


Here’s what I’ve been reading and watching in January:



Hit List

  1. •    House of Many Ways (Diana Wynne Jones)
  2. •    2001 and 2010 (movies)
  3. •    The Return of the King (movie)
  4. •    Intrinsic Night (J. E. Stanley and Joshua Gage)
  5. •   The Book of Salt (Monique Truong)
  6. •    Dwarf Stars 2009 (Deborah P. Kolodji and Stephen M. Wilson, ed.)
  7. •    Attack of the Two-Headed Poetry Monster (Mark McLaughlin and Michael McCarty)
  8. •    Twigs & Knucklebones (Sarah Lindsay)
  9. •    The Rubiayat (Omar Khayyam)
  10. •    The Blind Side (movie)
  11. •    A Freed Woman’s Dance (Doris Cope)
  12. •    The Story of King Arthur and His Knights (Howard Pyle)
  13. •    Voices (Ursula LeGuin)
  14. •    Directed Verdict (Randy Singer)



Catching up on a couple of magazines:

Asia Literary Review, Elixir (back issues)

Star*Line, Scifaikuest, Not One of Us (most recent issue)



Miss List


No misses in January!



Neither Hit nor Miss


  1. •    Mental Fight (Ben Okri)
  2. •    Hum (Ann Lauterbach)





So, what have you been reading and watching this past month?





2 Comments Manage Comments for this Entry
been keeping up w/ my list this month. am going to post it as soon as I add the screwtape letters!
Monday, February 1, 2010 – 11:03 AM
I’ve been by looking for yours.  I’ll stop by again soon.
Monday, February 1, 2010 – 01:15 PM

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