Reading List 2022

  1. A Ghost In The Throat, Doireann Ni Ghriofa
  2. Outer Dark, Cormac McCarthy
  3. From Staircase To Stage, Raekwon with Anthony Bozza
  4. God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, Kurt Vonnegut
  5. This Side Of Brightness, Colum McCann
  6. Dead Relatives, Lucie McKnight Hardy
  7. Dance Dance Dance, Haruki Murakami (revisit)
  8. New York City Prose, Chris Anthony
  9. The Black Phone, Joe Hill (short story)
  10. Water Shall Refuse Them, Lucie McKnight Hardy
  11. Lapvona, Ottessa Moshfegh
  12. Adjustment Day, Chuck Palahniuk

I’m mildly embarrassed that I only averaged a book a month, and not really even that, but in my defense, I work full time and the occasional overtime shift, with a wife, three small kids and a dog. My free time is limited. I used to crush books back in the day. The truth is I made a conscious decision this year, since dropping this site, to dedicate my time to my craft. I have focused my attention on writing. It has been a productive year in that regard.

As for the list, I like to think of it as suggestions, I hate being told what to do, or be commanded by what other people like. There are a lot of empty endorsements out there in the world. There was only book on this list that I didn’t dig but you might, so I wouldn’t tell you not to. Check them out and see if the synopsis interests you.

Thank you to everyone who has keeping up with the site and I hope you’ve enjoyed the novels/posts. I appreciate all of you. Happy New Year. -SG

2 responses to “Reading List 2022”

  1. A book a month is more than 70 percent of the US population. (I read that somewhere.) (And also that most people who pick up a book don’t finish it.) Besides, you have some really heady books in your list, the kind that make you slow down and think!

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    1. Thank you! You made me feel better about it. Happy new year!!

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