Feb 4, 2012

here we go again

The list piles up and up. Thanks to all the bloggers noted below, I will never run out of things to read!
Among Others by Jo Walton- You Can Never Have Too Many Books
Unlikely Friendships by Jennifer Holland- Bermudaonion's Weblog
The Truth About Garden Remedies- Jeff Gillman- Garden Rant
The Truth About Organic Gardening- Jeff Gillman- Garden Rant
The Puppy Diaries by Jill Abramson- Shannon's Book Bag
Island of Wings by Karin Altenberg- The Lost Entwife
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green- Stuff as Dreams Are Made On
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey - The Book Lady's Blog
An Available Man by Hilma Wolitzer- Caroline Bookbinder
The Rabbi's Cat by Joann Sfar from Opinions of a Wolf
Lily Renee by Trina Robbins- Diary of an Eccentric
Rainwater by Sandra Brown from Life is Short Read Fast
Dark Life by Kat Falls- Opinions of a Wolf
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater's- books i done read
The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion- Books Under Skin
The Outlaw Album by Daniel Woodrell- Bermudaonion
Dear Bully edited by Carrie Jones and Megan Hall- Life is Short. Read Fast.

The following books are not found in my public library, so I don't know when, if ever, I'll read them:
Death Island by Joan Conning Afman- Opinions of a Wolf
What Looks Like and Elephant by Edward Nudelman- Diary of an Eccentric
Grip: a Memoir by Nina Hamberg- the Black Sheep Dances
The Moment edited by Larry Smith- Bookfoolery and Babble
Autobiography of A.A. Milne- Captive Reader
Walkabout by James Vance Marshall- Ready When You Are, C.B.
Between Interruptions by Cori Howard- Musings of a Bookish Kitty
Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer - So Many Books
Onward and Upward in the Garden by Katherine White- Captive Reader
The Laskett by Sir Roy Strong- Captive Reader
The Invisible Garden by Dorothy Sucher- Captive Reader

And this last one isn't even out in print yet, so I'm not sure if I'll find it or not, but I'll certainly be looking:
Greenhorns edited Zoe Bradbury- Cold Antler Farm

4 comments:

bermudaonion said...

That is quite a list! If you get the chance to read either of the books I recommended, I hope you love them.

Susan said...

I'm delighted to see Among Others there (and from my review too)! I think you will enjoy it, Jeanne. That is quite a list, you know. We do do that to each other, don't we? I've gotten to the point that I just keep a pen and paper handy, because anytime I come to our book blogs I find books that I want to read! I have Desert Solitaire sitting on my shelf now because of the review you gave a few years ago for it. :-)

Now i have to go check out those gardening books and see what I might like to read.

Bookfool said...

Oooh, fun list! Bloggers are trouble-makers in a good way, eh? I sincerely doubt that 12% blog recommendation statistic that's being bandied about, since "blog recommendations" fall under the category of "recommendations from friends" for most of us. Happy reading!

Trish said...

ha!! That is quite the stack of books--you might be able to give Chris a run for his money on who can blame the most bloggers. ;)

I couldn't resist The Fault in Our Stars either--picked it up at the grocery store of all places!