THE list.

I’ve gotten smarter.  Whenever I come across a title of a book that looks like an absolutely delightful read I type it into Notes on my iPhone.

I know, I know, a logical solution to keeping track of a literary wish list.  But it did take me awhile to clue into the fact that this would be the most officious way.

A lot better than writing titles on little scraps of paper and backs of envelopes I then lose in the bottomless black hole that exists in my handbag….

…the place where grocery lists go to die.

Anyway, here’s the list:

Mastermind  by Marina Konnikova

Leaving the Sea by Ben Marcus

Last Train to Paris by Michelle Zackheim

The Human Comedy – Balzac

Ulrich Obtrists  do it: the Compendium

Praying Drunk – Kyle Minor

Inside Madeleine- Paula Bomer

The Last Illusion -Porochista Khakpour

The rules of civility

Watch how we walk – Jennifer Love Grove

The Son of a Certain Woman – Wayne Johnston

Born Weird – Andrew Kaufman

The Blind Man’s Garden – Nadeem Aslam

Golden Land Past Dark – Chandler Kelang Smith

Look at Me – Jennifer Egan

Conversation in the Cathedral – Mario Vargas Llosa

Middlemarch – George Eliot (lost my copy from uni)

A Book of Memories -Peter Nadas

Life and Fate Vasily Grossman

All the Broken Things -Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer

The Invention of Wings – Sue Monk kidd

The Cartographer of No Mans Land – PS Duffy

Hild – Nicola Griffith

Weirdo – Cathi Unsworth

Bristol House-  Beverly Swerling

AND

the novel I CANNOT WAIT to read – The Gospel of Loki by Joanne Harris

What’s on YOUR “Books to Buy”  list?

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