Saturday, July 01, 2017

Read in June

We're now halfway through 2017, which is a hopeful sign -- if we can make it through these six months, we can make it through anything. I avoided thinking about the outside world, somewhat successfully, by reading these books:

Hope Larson and Rebecca Mock, Compass South (6/1)

Ian Frazier, Great Plains (6/2)

Julian Barnes, Pulse (6/5)

Daniel Clowes, Patience (6/8)

Sylvie Rancourt, Melody: Story of a Nude Dancer (6/12)

Isabel Greenberg, One Hundred Nights of Hero (6/13)

Zander Cannon, Kaijumax, Season One: Terror and Respect (6/14)

Frederik Peeters, Aama, Vol. 2: The Invisible Throng (6/15)

Matt Fraction, David Aja, and others, Hawkeye, Vol. 1 (6/16)

Charles M. Schulz, The Complete Peanuts, 1999 to 2000 (6/20)

Mike Dawson, Troop 142 (6/21)

Sara Varon, Sweaterweather (6/22)

John Darnielle, Universal Harvester (6/27)

Andi Watson, Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula (6/28)

That was the month of June, as I type this, it's just before noon on the first day of July, and I'm going to set this to post at the usual time (twelve hours ago). I expect to keep reading books and writing about them; I hope you, too, will keep doing the things you enjoy and make you happy.

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