Wednesday, December 30, 2020

 We're almost to the end of the year! On January 1st, works from 1925 will enter the public domain, including The Great Gatsby amid a plethora of great literature and music. Take a look.

Also, for the end of the year, here's a list of the books I read in 2020, more or less chronologically. I'm not sure if this is complete (this year was, er, a little erratic, shall we say?) but it's close enough. I'm happy to share my thoughts on any of the below!

The Season - Kristen Richardson

The Invisible Library - Genevieve Cogman

The Cartiers - Francesca Cartier Brickell

The Masked City - Genevieve Cogman

The Long Weekend - Adrian Tinniswood

The Bones of Paris - Laurie R. King

The Ghosts of Eden Park - Karen Abbott

The Ohio Gang - Charles L. Mee Jr,

Wicked Newport - Dr. Thomas Barker

Accidental Presidents - Jared Cohen

A Madness of Angels - Kate Griffin

The Midnight Mayor - Kate Griffin

The Neon Court - Kate Griffin

The Minority Council - Kate Griffin

The History of the Ancient World - Susan Wise Bauer (re-read)

The History of the Medieval World - Susan Wise Bauer (re-read)

The History of the Renaissance World - Susan Wise Bauer

Full Service - Scotty Bowers

Scandals of Classic Hollywood - Anne Helen Petersen

Red Land, Black Land - Barbara Mertz

The Mitfords - Charlotte Mosley

Forced Perspectives - Tim Powers

The Big Sleep - Raymond Chandler

The Vapors - David Hill

Damoren - Seth Skorkowsky

Farewell, My Lovely - Raymond Chandler

Curiocity (in progress) - Henry Eliot and Matt Lloyd-Rose

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