Tuesday, December 14, 2010

List it Tuesday 12/14 - reading list


My women’s book club meets once a month.  It’s usually others who suggest titles, but I thought I’d get prepared for our next meeting.  Multi-tasking {:-D  We all enjoy reading non-fiction; Sophia Tolstoy’s biography is slated for January.  And I definitely want to read Hilary’s autobiography.   Please add any suggestions to the comments!  

You can find the books I review every month - here.  This month we read Barbara Kingsolver’s new novel, The Lacuna.  I just finished reviewing it here.

Are you a list maker?  Post your list on Tuesday and tell us about it on List it Tuesday at artsyville
{:-Deb

8 comments:

cat said...

Your to-read list looks really interesting! I'm a big reader, too - I lean towards fiction myself, but may have to make an exception for "Living History".

S.E.Minegar said...

wow, such an active reader. i miss reading non-academic/non-grad school books. i envy this list!

can't wait to read your next review.

*i'm listing too

Dena Moon Clinger said...

Have you read The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin? Not exactly the same type of book, but a recent favorite of mine.

queencake and titangirl said...

thanks for stopping by!
thank you for the book tips, it`s always great to get some ideas!
best from berlin,anja

cath c said...

thanks for the book tips! i have been in such a big reread mode for a couple of years now, and hardly 'make' time to read between family, trying to finish my own manuscript and my writing group's manus, but after reading The Help, I am back to wanting to read a lot more grown up fiction.

alarmcat said...

i'll have to check out some of the books on your list. i love to read, too. I think my fav is historical fiction. thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my list.

Paper Squid said...

Really great titles. It's funny, I have Cleopatra by Stacy Schiff on my book list (yep another list). A lot of the books I have waiting for me now though are e-books (for the business) or like Dena mentioned above, I also have the Happiness Project waiting for me on my desk. Though a different kind of read, I've heard it's great.

If you have any must must read recommendations, let me know! I'd seriously love to know.

Btw, thanks for stopping by my blog - you can't go wrong with the antibiotics and pain meds ;)

-Karyna

Karen M said...

That sounds like a heavy load! I used to enjoy reading. Now I pretty much fall asleep as soon as the book is open. Sad, but true.

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