Last week I added a new label, 'military', which applies toward works (fiction or otherwise) expressly about combat or military action. I've also added a new page this week, which keeps track of my Nonfiction Reading Challenge reads.
I am also halfway through The Ten Great Ideas of Science by Peter Atkins.
Since the challenge began, I have read eight applicable books, two of which I added this week. I've created a 'page' which contains the full list.
- The Near East (History)
- A History of Life on Earth (Science)
Next Week's Potentials..
- I may very well finish The Confessions this week, as for the first time in months I am excited about reading it. I don't know why, but I am feeling recharged in other areas as well.
- The Ten Great Ideas of Science, Peter Atkins. I am rather proud of the way I have been faithfully reading this every night, though my pace is variable. I've gone through a chapter in a day before, and spent three days pondering four pages of details on RNA.
- I have a history of Japan I checked out last week. It tried to hide itself between the bed and another piece of furniture, but I found it today.
- The Revolutionist by Robert Littell is the story of an American who goes off to fight in the Russian Revolution.