Books Read in 2015

* indicates in Middle English
^ indicates borrowed books
# indicates audio books

  1. Ancillary Justice. Ann Leckie. ^
  2. Ancillary Sword. Ann Leckie. ^
  3. Ghostwritten. David Mitchell.
  4. Malafrena. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  5. Cybele’s Secret. Juliet Marillier.
  6. My mother she killed me, my father he ate me: 40 new fairy tales. Kate Bernheimer, ed.
  7. The Mysterious Benedict Society. Trenton Lee Stewart.
  8. The Voyage of the Basilisk. Marie Brennan. ^
  9. Tides. Betsy Cornwell.
  10. Stitches. Anne Lamott.
  11. Ishmael. Daniel Quinn.
  12. Turn my mourning into dancing. Henri Nouwen.
  13. Matilda. Roald Dahl.
  14. The Hobbit. J. R. R. Tolkien. #^
  15. Help, Thanks, Wow. Anne Lamott.
  16. The Mended Heart. Suzanne Eller.
  17. Run. Ann Patchett. #^
  18. Ender’s Game. Orson Scott Card. #^
  19. The Graveyard Book. Neil Gaiman. #^
  20. Genesis. Bernard Beckett. #^
  21. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. J. K. Rowling. #^
  22. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. C. S. Lewis. #^
  23. Dune. Frank Herbert. #^
  24. Station Eleven. Emily St. John Mandel. ^
  25. The Poisonwood Bible. Barbara Kingsolver. #^
  26. Grendel. John Gardner. ^
  27. The Sherwood Ring. Elizabeth Marie Pope.
  28. Dragon Kin. Kelly Ledbetter.
  29. The Fellowship of the Ring. J. R. R. Tolkien. #^
  30. The Fisherman of the Inland Sea. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  31. The Tower of Stony Wood. Patricia A. McKillip

…not to mention thousands pages of student writing, from teaching.