Another of my favorite authors found during my annual reading of translated books.
Scott was absolutely shocked when I said I hadn’t read Beloved. He’s one of the few people I take seriously when they say I need to read something.
Zafon has been one of the true delights of my reading. Discovered during my annual foray into non-US writers, I’m looking forward to digging into this newest addition to my library.
Recommended by a co-worker, this one looked a little intimidating but I ordered it anyway. Anything to learn how to communicate better with the people I love and don’t.
When it arrived at my desk, I picked it up just to take a peek. Then, I had to remind myself I was at work and to put the book back down.
Marie Hicks wrote Programmed Inequality about sexism in computing in England which led to the downfall of the UK’s computer industry. She signed it “Thanks for supporting the humanities,” because, like me, she believes Humanities is integral to a well-rounded life.
One of the delightful things about working at Computer History Museum is the opportunity to meet authors and get signed books. This is Leslie Berlin’s Troublemakers