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A Baker’s Dozen

I was listening to the Shipping & Handling Podcast today. The podcast is hosted by two literary agents who talk books, fandom, writing, and beyond. The hosts? The hosts are Bridget Smith of Dunham Literary Inc. & Jennifer Udden of Barry Goldblatt Literary.

They mentioned when being interviewed for a job as a literary agent they were asked what were the last ten books you read. The question got me thinking. I came up with the last twelve books I read. I read a few of the concurrently. I recommend them all.

  1. Once They Wore the Gray by Johnny D. Boggs – Western
  2. Arkadian Skies: Fallen Empire, Book 6 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  3. Midair by Kodi Scheer – Literary fiction
  4. Cleon Moon: Fallen Empire, Book 5 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  5. Relic of Sorrows: Fallen Empire, Book 4 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  6. Starseers: Fallen Empire, Book 3 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  7. How to Make a Living with Your Writing: Books, Blogging and More by Joanna Penn – Non-fiction (Reference on Business of writing)
  8. Honor’s Flight: Fallen Empire, Book 2 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  9. Successful Self-Publishing: How to self-publish and market your book in ebook and print by Joanna Penn-  Non-fiction (Reference on Business of writing)
  10. Business For Authors. How To Be An Author Entrepreneur by Joanna Penn – Non-fiction (Reference on Business of writing)
  11. Star Nomad: Fallen Empire, Book 1 by Lindsay Buroker – Science-fiction
  12. The Age of Daredevils by Michael Clarkson – Non-fiction (history)
  13. Plot (Elements of Fiction Writing) by Ansen Dibell – Non-fiction (Reference on Business of writing)

You can leave in the comments the last books you’ve read. I have read these since January 2017.

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