Recent Book Activity
Blind to the Bones
The Taxidermist's Daughter
The Outrun: A Memoir
The Invisible Library
The Book Ninja
The Love of Stones
I Am Number Four. by Pittacus Lore (The Lorien Legacies)
The Devil and Miss Prym
She's Come Undone
We all Begin as Strangers
Man and Wife
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Last time I updated this, I was reading:
The Old Man and the Sea - Ernest Hemmingway
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness - Bhante Gunaratana
Poems of the Decade - William Sieghart (ed)
The Artist's Way - Julia Cameron
Full House - Maeve Binchy
On Women and Writing - Virginia Woolf
Virtual History: Alternatives and Counterfactuals - Niall Ferguson
The Spa Decameron - Fay Weldon
How I got here
My Wish ListMy bookshelf wish list is wish list 1: books I would like to read, or re-read, one day. However it is far from exhaustive! I'm always willing to give anything else that my reading list suggests, or anything from the 1001 list, a go. I also have several, more categorised, lists on Amazon.
Books read so far this year(R) (in any colour) indicates a re-read
These books are linked to their JEs.
These books are from the library or were lent to me by non-bookcrossers (or by naughty bookcrossers who haven't registered them).
These books are on Kindle (yes, I gave in at last).
These books are ones I've not got round to registering and are still in my possession at the time of posting.
I am, of course, willing to at least lend them, or indeed anything from my bookshelf that is marked PC or TBR, to other bookcrossers if asked very nicely ;o)
0. 1Q84 - Haruki Murakami (zero because finished on New Year's Day, but more read last year than this)
1. The Sense of an Ending - Julian Barnes
2. The Double Comfort Safari Club - Alexander McCall Smith
None (yet) this year.
Books Read in 2012
Books Read in 2011
Books Read in 2010
Books Read in 2009
Books Read in 2008
Books Read in 2007
Books Read in 2006
A word of warning about 'my' availables ...
... and an explanation of my weird stats
Just in case you are wondering how I have managed to catch and release many more books than I have registered.
Thanks to:Eleanor A (not a bookcrosser, as far as I know, but I'm working on it) for the picture and
LightSmoker (ditto) for the html book that helped me brighten this up.