This may not be only bookish post before the end of 2015, but I thought I might do at least one a bit earlier than normal. As many of you may know, I manage a bookshop in Oakland, and occasionally write here & elsewhere about bookshop sort of things.
In addition to begging & pleading my coworkers for blurb-length reviews of new books for our monthly newsletter, I write them. Looking through this year’s collection, I was quite happy with my selections, if less so the write-up itself. Below you will find them all, along with a link to a fine bookstore that will happily (& affordably) send you or a loved one a copy. Alternatively, I’m sure that many of you live near a bookstore, independent or otherwise, and they would be happy to sell you a copy.
February (we don’t do a January one, because we send a flurry of them during December, and if I’m tired of assembling them I’m fairly confident our subscribers are a touch annoyed at receiving them)
April (in celebration of National Poetry Month, we read poems instead of writing blurbs)
2 thoughts on “Books I Blurbed in 2015”
I want to read all of these now. I put the “Elephant Who Liked to Smash Small Cars” on the to-buy list for my little son. He can’t yet read, but when he can, I’m starting him on a strict diet of “Brad Johnson recommends”!
I have only read the book by Nelson, but that one was fantastic.
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