Well, September happened. I had good intentions to read more of my own books, but I got wrapped up in a couple of library books. R.I.P. is going well. I’m only through one novel (of hopefully four), but I’ve been reading quite a few “seasonal” short stories.
Finished in September
- Descent into the Depth of the Earth by Paul Kidd – #readMyOwnDamnBooks reread
- The Séance by Iain Lawrence – library book
- (I’ll probably finish From the Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury by Saturday.)
I didn’t finish my other library book, American Ghost, although I read about two-thirds of it.
- “Keeping His Promise” by Algernon Blackwwod
- “The Invisible Assistant” by John Gaspard
- “Smee” by A. M. Burrage
- “The Daemon Lover” by Shirley Jackson
- “Flop Sweat” by Harlan Ellison
- “The Green-Eyed Boy” by Peter S. Beagle
- “Two Hearts” by Peter S. Beagle
Additions to my Library
- The Faerie Key by Denise D. Young, 9/8/2016, Amazon
- The Invisible Assistant by John Gaspard, 9/8/2016, Amazon
- The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye, 9/8/2016, ARC
- Heaven’s Ditch: God, Gold, and Murder on the Erie Canal by Jack Kelly, 9/8/2016, I won it from Doing Dewey!
- A subscription to Fantasy & Science Fiction magazine, 9/26/16, Amazon
My plan for October is to read R.I.P. books that I already own. But, you know how plans are.