We're coming up on the end of June, which marks 6 months down, you goons.
I've had a minor goal of 52 books a year for a few years running. I usually do well with the goal until I hit holiday buzzsaw in mid November. So far, I'm a couple ahead of pace.
I'm currently reading The Likeness, by Tana French, and Finders Keepers, by Stephen King, though I won't finish them until July, most likely.....
Anyway, month-by-month, here's what I've been reading in 2015.
1. The Plague Dogs, by Richard Adams
2. Moonshine: A Cultural History of America's Infamous Liquor, by Jaime Joyce
3. A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole
4. Silver Screen Fiend, by Patton Oswalt
5. So, Anyway..., by John Cleese
6. City Behind a Fence: Oak Ridge, Tennessee 1942-1946
by Charles W. Johnson & Charles O. Jackson
7. Revival, by Stephen King
8. All Clear, by Connie Willis
9. Tretiak: the Legend by Vadislav Tretiak
10. In the Kingdom of Ice, by Hampton Sides
11. Black Swan Green, by David Mitchell
12. Dead Wake, by Erik Larson
13. the Outlaw Album, by Daniel Woodrell
14. Trigger Warning, by Neil Gaiman
15. the Eye of God, by James Rollins
16. the Guns of August, by Barbara W. Tuchman
17. Prisoner 489, by Joe R. Lansdale
18. the Prague Cemetary, by Umberto Eco
19. the Martian, by Andy Weir
20. Our Magnificent Bastard Tongue: the Untold History of English, by John McWhorter
21. the Dark Tower: Gunslinger by Stephen King
22. I am Radar, by Reif Larsen
23. Dust and Decay, by Jonathan Maberry
24. Long Black Curl, by Alex Bledsoe
25. Finding Nouf, by Zoe Ferraris
26. the Jesus Cow, by Michael Perry
27. Heir to the Empire, by Timothy Zahn
28. the Great Movies, by Roger Ebert