... & as a reader ...


 2022 The Complete List (of/for reading)


2X52 [w/a little leeway meaning 80] for 2022

this is where you will find an ongoing list of what i've read in 2022
… audiobooks not included bc 
… they require no reading 
… &i don’t utilize the form
… &if i did, i wouldn’t count them,
… neither should you [… &don't come at me "about the blind"].

Year Total: 69/80 

[as of 01dec22]

10. An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook’s Battle for Domination by SHEERA FRENKEL & CECILIA KANG

11. How To Wrestle A Girl: Stories by VENITA BLACKBURN



14. The Other Black Girl by ZAKIYA DALILA HARRIS 


15. Gentelligence: The Revolutionary Approach to Leading an Intergenerational Workforce by Megan Gerhardt, PhD, Josephine Nachemson-Ekwall and Brandon Fogel 

17. BOTH/AND: A Life in Many Worlds by Huma Abedin 

18. Mother of Invention: How Good Ideas Get Ignored in an Economy Built for Men by Katrine Marçal 

19. 1,000 Words to Sign by Professor Geoffrey S. Poor 

20. Memory Speaks: On Losing and Reclaiming Language and Self by Julie Sedivy 

[April 7/8]

21. Pachinko by Min Jin Lee 

22. All The Water I've Seen Is Running by Elias Rodriques

23. The Woman Behind the New Deal: The Life of Frances Perkins, FDR's Secretary of Labor and His Moral Conscience by Kirstin Downey 

24. STICKY: The Secret Science of Surfaces by Laurie Winkless 

25. A Dream Life by Claire Messud 

26. The Secret Lives of Color by Kassia St. Clair 

27. Black Roses: Odes Celebrating Powerful Black Women by Harold Green III 


28. The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson

29. This Is Your Mind On Plants by Michael Pollan

30. Raccoon by Daniel Heath Justice

31. PUSSYPEDIA: A Comprehensive Guide by Zoe Mendelson

32. Lessons from Plants by Beronda L. Montgomery 

33. Astrobiology: A Brief Introduction by Kevin W. Plaxco, Michael Gross

[June 4/8]

34. Marxism: Philosophy and Economics by Thomas Sowell

35. Single Black Female by Tracy Brown

36. For Love Of The Dollar: The Portrait of the Artist as an Undocumented Immigrant by J.M. Servin

37. She Memes Well by Quinta Brunson 

[July 5/6]



40. Renegades: Born in the USA by Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen 


42. True Story: What Reality TV Says About Us by Danielle J. Lindemann


43. Yoke: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance by Jessamyn Stanley

44.  Touch: The Science of Hand, Heart and Mind by David J. Linden

45. The House of Rust by Khadija Abdalla Bajaber 

46. Nanoscale: Visualizing an Invisible World by Kenneth S. Deffeyes

47. Archer by Shruti Swamy

48. Hi, I'm an Atheist by David D. McAfee

49. The Little Book of Hermetic Principles by Amber D. Browne

50. Activities of Daily Living by Lisa Hsiao Chen

51. Heretics!: The Wondrous (and Dangerous) Beginnings of Modern Philosophy by Steven Nadler and Ben Nadler


57. Lemon by Kwon Yeo-sun

58.  Incense and Sensibility by Sonali Dev

59. Below by Laurel Hightower 

60. It Was All A Dream: Biggie and the World that Made Him by Justin Tinsley

61. All The Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie

62. A Molecule Away From Madness: Tales of the Hijacked Brain by Sara Manning Peskin

63. STEPMOTHERLAND by Darrel Alejandro Holnes

64. The Legacy of Molly Southbourne by Tade Thompson

[November 5/8]

65. Names for Light: A Family History by Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint

66. Overdue: Reckoning with the Public Library by Amanda Oliver

67. Sinopticon: A Celebration of Chinese Science Fiction translated by Xueting Christine Ni

68. Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction by Michelle Nijhuis 

69. Frankenstein* by Mary Shelley



visit my video playlist "As a Reader" to view this year's books in images



From Whence We Came


72 in 2021

Bedlam 50 | 2020

2019 Bedlam 40 [originally 50]


…to view these past reads in visual form, visit my photography site — find.yummy.love.