Thursday, December 31, 2015

This was the year that was ... reading during 2015 #2015Books #2015inReview

2015.05.26-DSC01399aI started off the year by finishing Under the Volcano, and then at the end of the year, took another trip to Mexico City!

Overall, there were a number of travel focused books with my trips to Amsterdam, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, New England, and New Orleans.

The main theme of the year was recapping the works of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, and, because of my Africa trip, filled in with a little bit of Hemingway.

Also had a number of books and reports for work, and as a busman's holiday, read the fascinating story of Paul Otlet.

Closed out the year with the brilliant, On Photography, by Susan Sontag.



The Giver (The Giver Quartet #1)
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
Species of Spaces and Other Pieces (Penguin Classics)
Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible
Arthur Rimbaud - ILLUMINATIONS:A Bilingual Edition
Stewardship of the Evolving Scholarly Record: From the Invisible Hand to Conscious Coordination
The Beautiful and Damned (Illustrated)
NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Museum Edition
A Scanner Darkly
The River Between
Poems by Emily Dickinson
Happy Valley: The Story of the English in Kenya
Out of Africa / Shadows on the Grass
Bill Bryson's African Diary
A Tourist In Africa
Green Hills of Africa
One Day I Will Write About This Place
Bivouac
Wildlife Wars: My Fight to Save Africa's Natural Treasures
Something Torn and New: An African Renaissance
Gathering Blue (The Giver Quartet, #2)
The Great Gatsby
The Man in the High Castle
New Orleans Sketches
Mosquitoes
NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Library Edition
The Future of Library Resource Discovery
Tender Is the Night
Does Discovery Still Happen in the Library? Roles and Strategies for a Shifting Reality
IMLS Focus Summary Report: National Digital Platform for Libraries, Archives, and Museums
The Love of the Last Tycoon
Save Me the Waltz: A Novel
On Photography

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