Thursday, January 3, 2008

To Be Read


The ever-growing, ever-expanding list of books to read:
The books in bold are ones I really, really want to read!!

  • Excellent Women-by: pym
  • Between Georgia
  • Life in the Country with Quotations by Jane Austen
  • Rules For Old Men Waiting
  • Starting Out Sideways
  • Garen in Paris
  • The Writing on the Wall: a novel
  • Cotton Song: a novel
  • Where Trouble Sleeps
  • After This
  • Adventures of an Ice Princess
  • Dear Jane Austen
  • Lost: a search for six, among six million
  • Away With the Fairies (a Phryne Fisher mystery): Kerry Greenwood
  • Climbing the Mango Trees: Madhur Jaffrey
  • Inheritance: Natalie Danford
  • Governess: Ruth Brandon
  • A Charmed Life: growing up in Macbeth's Castle :Liza Campbell
  • The Sisters: the saga of the mitford family: Mary S. Lovell
  • Dairy Queen: Catherine Murdock
  • Coming Home: Robert Inman
  • Captain Saturday: Robert Inman
  • The Great Western Beach by Emma Smith (memoir found on Beth Fish Reads blog)
  • The Sum of our Days by Isobel Allende (memoir from Ti's blog)
  • The Brontes Went to Woolworths by Rachel Ferguson (Joy's Blog)
  • Life Sentences by Laura Lipman (Kristi's blog)
  • Serendipity by Louise Shaffer
  • Reunion by Therese Fowler
  • Time of My Life by Alison Winn Scotch
  • Love You, Miss Huddleston: And Other Inappropriate Longings of My Indiana Childhood by: Philip Gulley
  • The Way We Were by Marcia Willett
  • Blue Hole Back Home (from Avian'schild)
  • Deep Dish by Mary Kay Andrews (Bermudaonion)
  • Jane Austen Ruined My Life (Nise)
  • The Children's Book by A. S. Byatt (Claire at Kiss a Cloud )
  • Tender Graces by Kathryn Magendie (J.K.'s blog)
  • Holly's Inbox (bookfan Mary)
  • The Bride's Farewell
  • My Lover's Lover Maggie O'Farrell
  • Emily's Ghost: a novel of the Bronte sisters
  • Last Light Over Carolina
  • The Penny Pinchers Club
  • After You
  • The Hunger Games
  • Embrace Me (Nise blog)
  • Stiltsville by Susana Daniel (Beth Fish blog)
  • Pictures of You by Caroline Leavitt


1 comment:

  1. That's quite the list. The Double Bind and Mudbound are both excellent reads.

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