Books read in 2020

DateTitleAuthor
1-1How ToRandall Munroe
1-6100 Things Every Presenter Needs to Know about PeopleSusan M Weinschenk
1-6Chasing UtopiaNikki Giovanni
1-7The Future of Another TimelineAnnalee Newitz
1-9Shakespeare for SquirrelsChristopher Moore
1-15Song of SolomonToni Morrison
1-19Brain RulesJohn Medina
1-20A Legend of the FutureAgustin de Rojas
2-2Someone Like MeM.R. Carey
2-4Separate is Never EqualDuncan Tonatiuh
2-6The SuitcaseSergei Dovlatov
2-8The Bluest Eye (audio)Toni Morrison
2-9Children of RuinAdrian Tchaikovsky
2-11Upright Women WantedSarah Gailey
2-23ArcadiaTom Stoppard
2-23Self-Made and Blues RichJon Michael Spencer
3-5Ninth HouseLeigh Bardugo
3-8Festering RomanceRenee Lott
3-8Love is Not Constantly Wondering if you are Making the Biggest Mistake of Your LifeAnonymous
3-11Still LifeLouise Penney
3-15Yellow Blue TibiaAdam Roberts
3-28Space OperaCathrynne Valente
4-6Rad Girls CanKate Schatz & Miriam Klein Stahl
4-7FeathersJorge Corona
4-988 NamesMatt Ruff
4-18The City We BecameN.K. Jemisin
4-23The Last EmperoxJohn Scalzi
4-28Monstrous Regiment (audio)Terry Pratchett
5-1A Song for a New DaySarah Pinsker
5-6Historia DiscordiaAdam Gorightly
5-7Talk Like a ManNisi Shawl
5-7Ways of HearingDamon Krukowski
5-9The Physicians of VilnocLois McMaster Bujold
5-9They Called Us EnemyGeorge Takei
5-10A Hat Full of Sky (audio)Terry Pratchett
5-11The Vagina BibleJen Gunter
5-15The Ten Thousand Doors of JanuaryAlix E. Harrow
5-16Talk: A Novel in DialogueCorey Mesler
5-16Timothy, or Notes of an Abject ReptileVerlyn Klinkenborg
5-17Daemon in LithuaniaHenri Guigonnat
5-19Dusk or Dark or Dawn or DaySeanan McGuire
5-19Are You Listening?Tillie Walden
5-24Snuff (audio)Terry Pratchett
5-25The Way the World Ends (audio)Jess Walter

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