Weeknotes Week 10. More rail problems, preparing for DataFest19, fixing #AirQuality with @AirAberdeen, reading Orwell, walking and photography.
I confess – June was not a great month for reading. Life in all its complexities (and work in the shape of my bid to escape my then-current employment) got in the way. I read one novel Dodger (ISBN 978-0552563147,
This month was a leaner month reading-wise: two novels and one photography book. I guess it makes the blog post shorter! I’d received the fantastic Magnum Legacy book of Bruce Davidson’s photography (ISBN 978-3-7913-8135-0 and 192 pages) by Vicki Goldberg
April was a very good month for reading: I finished three novels, three photography books and a full catalogue of a major exhibition by one of Britain’s most accomplished artists. Starting with the last of those, I was fortunate to
Introduction For the last four years I’ve kept a list of the books which I have read each year. There was no great thought given to it – just a way of looking back on what my reading had been
During 2013 I read just over 30 novels. Some were newly published books, some classics that I’d not read before, and others that were recommended to me. The discovery of the year, for me, was Ernest Hemingway; someone whose work