The library is free. Lift tickets are not.

“Until this point, Tiffany had assumed that abusers… must live in denial. If not, how could they go on? How could you hurt or degrade a person when you were fully cognisant of what you were doing? Well, it turned out you could…” ― Stephen King

If you’ve been following my blog, you know that I figured this would be a great place to list all of the books I read from 2013 to the present. I have broken these into multiple posts six months apart.

*Edit: You may notice that I’ve read less than half the books. I normally read over a six-month period. If you are following my Diary of a D.I.Y. MFA blog, you’ll note a noticeable decrease in events attended during this same time period. What happened? Read my poem, “Flashes of Terror,” from Lunation to find out. (*Edit: Added this paragraph on January 23, 2021).

Without further ado, in order of oldest to most recently read:

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami

Bad Feminist by Roxanne Gay

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

Roald Dahl’s Ghost Stories by Roald Dahl

Standing in the Rainbow by Fannie Flagg

The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian

Close Your Eyes Hold Your Hands by Chris Bohjalian

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