Books Reviewed October 2016
Posted November 25, 2016on:
This is my list of books that I reviewed on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian for the month of October 2016. If you missed any of them, or you wish to check them out, feel free to click on the links below. If you read any of them, let me know in the comments. Also, if you have any ideas for books you think I should read, you can comment as well.
- I finally got to read Gaysia, which I have wanted to read for a while. Here is a bit of what I wrote in the review: “This is definitely a great travelogue and observation of the LGBTQIA experience in Southeast Asia. If you were to travel that part of the world, then Benjamin Law would make a great guide. He has a great ability to observe, which he combines with great writing plus a very descriptive and evocative style.”
- For the most part, people tend to loathe meetings. But since we cannot totally get rid of them, you can at leas try to appear smart at them. To this end, I read 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings.
- I needed some humor this month, so I reread Cable on Academe. I realized I had not written a review for it previously, so I finally wrote a review this month.
- Finally for this month, I continue my Tarot studies, and I read Barbara Moore’s Tarot for Beginners. I read this one as an e-book via my public library.