This month's reading list:
1. Flash Points by George Friedman - I have about eighty pages left and so far, so good. (Hint: it's not the Muslims, it is the Russians).
2. Deep Economy by Bill McKibben - will probably be more relevant to me now then when it was published (2007).
3. Dark Money by Jane Mayer - one of GR's nominees for non-fiction book of the year.
4. Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling - last book in my reading celebrity memoirs for the year.
5. Boomerang by Michael Lewis - this book came after The Big Short, but deals with the same topic of finance and debt, this time with an international scope.
6. Missing Microbes by Martin J. Blaser, MD- oh, the books you find when you look at the bottom shelf of your local library's non-fiction section. Don't know how I haven't come across this one sooner.
7. Give Us the Ballot by Ari Berman
8. Voices from Chernobyl by Svetlana Alexievich (translated by Keith Gessen) - a nice, fluffy pick-me-up to enjoy as the winter holidays draw near.
9. Lights Out by Ted Koppel - a non-fiction look at the before, during, and after a potential cyber attack on the US.
10. Hidden Star (Stars of Mithra #1) by Nora Roberts - need to finish this one and get it off the TBR and currently reading pile. I don't have much interest in fiction right now, but eh.
Can't wait to see the 2016 in my rear view mirror.