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Garrett Hedlund and the five other guys I can see playing young Han Solo in the newly-announced Star Wars standalone film.

Garrett Hedlund and the five other guys I can see playing young Han Solo in the newly-announced Star Wars standalone film.


The Books I Read in 2012

I definitely was not as devoted a reader in 2012 as I was in 2011—both in terms of picking up new novels/comics/plays, and in terms of keeping track of what I did finish. But it was a weird year. There was the necessary post-break-up period in the spring of only reading crappy chick-lit. We had to push through that.

And yet, I’m still a little embarrassed that I finished out the year with only 20 books under my belt, whereas the prior year I’d cracked 50. Ah, well. It’s another resolution for 2013. Keep up with the new list here!

1. Something from Tiffany’s by Melissa Hill +

2. A.D.D. by Douglas Rushkoff #

3. A Million Suns by Beth Revis

4. 666 Park Avenue by Gabriella Pierce

5. Tales from Development Hell: The Greatest Movies Never Made? by David Hughes

6. Delirium by Lauren Oliver +

7. Rule 34 by Charles Stross +

8. Sushi for Beginners by Marian Keyes +

9. Baby Proof by Emily Giffin +

10. Rachel’s Holiday by Marian Keyes

11. The Registrar’s Manual for Detecting Forced Marriages by Sophie Hardach

12. Deadline by Mira Grant +

13. Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays by Laurent Bouzereau

13. Sad Desk Salad by Jessica Grose +

14. The Visible Man by Chuck Klosterman +

15. Five Men Who Broke My Heart by Susan Shapiro

16. Lighting Up by Susan Shapiro +

17. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

18. Who Could That Be At This Hour? by Lemony Snicket

19. Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

20. Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn +

+ = Kindle

# = comic

Those unmarked are “real”/hard copy books that I either bought or was given.


dannybowes:

LOOK AT THEM!