What I read: November & December 

  • ‘The Moving Finger’ and ‘A Murder is Announced’ by Agatha Christie 
  • ‘The Map That Changed The World’ by Simon Winchester (counting this as the micro history for Read Harder challenge)
  • ‘You’re Never Weird on the Internet’ by Felicia Day (marking this one as book published in 2015 for RHC and loved it!)
  • ‘1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving’ by C O’Neill Grace & M M Bruchac with the Plimoth Plantation, ‘Mayflower 1620: A New Look at a Pilgrim Voyage’ by Plimoth Plantation et al, and ‘Squanto’s Journey’ by J Bruchac (RHC a book about or by someone from an aboriginal culture) 
  • ‘Standing in Another Man’s Grave’ and ‘The Complaints’ by Ian Rankin (a joy to return to Rebus’ Edinburgh)

Audiobook wise I’ve almost finished ‘Written in my Own Heart’s Blood’ by Diana Gabaldon – had I not fallen down the Hamilton the Musical rabbit hole it would have been finished weeks ago! 

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