Saturday, March 4, 2023

New on the Shelf

A few new things found their way in recently. After the big spending spree at Barnes and Noble right after Christmas I'm honestly trying not to buy stuff. Plus I just got back from Disney and well that magic ain't free. But I still gaze longingly at my wishlist anyway.

Then I got a little mad money for my birthday so I bought some books with that.

The Exceptions, by Kate Zernike, came from Simon & Schuster (I didn't buy it). Nancy Hopkins is a molecular biologist at MIT known both for her work on genes and her work promoting women in the sciences. I can't wait to read this.

This is What It Sounds Like: What the Music You Love Says About You is a title I stumbled across at one of my favorite independent bookstores, Belmont Books, and I think the title sums it up nicely.

Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way, by Kieran Setiya, appealed to me for some reason. Again a pretty descriptive title.

That's it for me, all new nonfiction. What's new on your shelf these days?

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