Books I've Blogged This Year

Dec 28 2010 Published by under What I'm Reading

Artist's Rendition of Pascale Blogging Books (from PhotoXpress image)

Scicurious blogged her readings for the year today. What a wonderful idea! I have not tracked all of this year's readings, but tracking down the ones I managed to blog proved easy enough.

January 2010: Don't Be Such a Scientist:  Good advice for those of us wanting to broaden the audience for science. Randy Olson, a film maker, muses on the importance of story.

February 2010: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks:  Like everyone else in the universe, I loved this book. If I gave out an award this book would get it, although it would just be one more trophy to dust.

May 2010: Denialism:  I read the book jacket at Experimental Biology and downloaded this volume on examples of belief trumping rational thought. More examples but solutions to the problem are still needed.

August 2010: The Gaslight Series: Murder mysteries solved by an improbable pairing in turn-of-the-century New York. I have now read all twelve books.

October 2010: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Another series of books I could not put down to blog!

October 2010: MASSIVE: A book I was sent for review. Something I never would have selected on my own (subatomic particle physics), but I ended up enjoying the story.

I did not manage to blog every book I read. Some of them I am reserving for posts dealing with meetings in the near future.

My husband, per tradition, gave me 25 or 30 books for Christmas. I will try to blog as many as I can through the year.

Now quit reading blogs and pick up a book!

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