6. Winesburg, Ohio: A Group Of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life by Sherwood Anderson (11/5-11/9). This was a quick read and interesting, but after a bit all the stories tend to bleed together. I can see how it inspired similar works.
7. Taft 2012 by Jason Heller (11/12-11/16). I liked this, and I'm glad it was short because if it was too long it might get tiring. A quick, clever read. All the Craigslist rants were really funny. Interesting to read post-election, too.
8. Definitely Not Mr. Darcy by Karen Doornebos (11/16-11/29). I liked this book a lot. It was entertaining, fast, and I love writing about Austen from an Austen fan. It's expected at times, but I didn't even care. A good, girly, fast read.
9. When You're Engulfed In Flames by David Sedaris (11/30-12/11). Standard Sedaris. It was interesting reading an earlier Sedaris and then a later one to see just how different his life has become ever since writing/This American Life. Typical weird and funny. If you're a Sedaris fan, you'll enjoy it.
10. A Separate Peace by John Knowles (12/11-12/19). I think if I was a boy who went to boarding school I'd enjoy it more. But when I started reading it I knew that one of the two best friends was going to die, and since it couldn't be the narrator, I guessed the end correctly. I get a feeling the writer was a bit of a one-trick pony, since he wrote a similar work later on in his career.