Hungry to Know

One would think that a woman who is hungry for knowledge would be an avid reader. And so I am, or at least aspire to be. I was always an avid reader from my childhood until I began graduate school. At that time, reading lost a little of its luster for me, as I read so many books that I couldn’t keep the stories straight.

Now, however, I have picked up books with a renewed vigor. Despite my previous leanings toward fiction, I have begun reading more non-fiction. In 2012, I intend to keep a list of all the books I read and write a blog post about each as well, as short or long as it may be. Maybe I can inspire someone else to read and learn something new.

You can find my list here.

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