Reading

With thanks to flexnib for the idea, starting a list of what I’m reading.  Sort of a celebration of getting back into reading after about 12 months off for various reasons.  Note that my definition of reading includes audiobooks as they are my current favourite way of getting words into my brain (and I don’t need to find my glasses!).

As of April 2011, I’ve decided it’s easier to just include a link here to my LibraryThing page – otherwise I’m updating 2 places, which clearly doesn’t make sense!

February/March

The girl with the dragon tattoo – Stieg Larson

The selected works of T.S. Spivet – Reif Larsen

December/January

Wolf Hall – Hilary Mantel

The Artist’s Way – Julia Cameron

October/November

Wilderness tips – Margaret Atwood

The Fry Chronicles – Stephen Fry (read by Stephen Fry, what a treat!)

Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies – Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff

Harry Potter & the deathly hallows – JK Rowling

September

Rough guide to England (holiday planning!)

Rough guide to Ireland

The forty rules of love – Elif Shafak

August

The orchard – Drusilla Modjeska

2010 Horizon Report

The flea palace – Elif Shafak

June/July

Water for elephants – Sarah Gruen

Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen

Wives and daughters – Elizabeth Gaskell

Queen of sorcery (Book 2 of The Belgariad) – David Eddings (a reread of an old favourite)

The 13th juror – John Lescroart

Faro’s daughter – Georgette Heyer

First family – David Baldacci

Cloud Street – Tim Winton

image: reading by Elvire.R via flickr
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