Jun 14, 2016

TBR 61

Beautiful Minds by Maddalena Bearzi
Beyond Belief by Jenna Miscavige Hill- Bermudaonion
On Looking by Alexandra Horowitz
My Year of Meats by Ruth Ozeki - Shelf Love
Call of the Mild by Lily Raff McCaulou
Seeing Seeds by Teri Dunn Chace- Commonweeder
The Lost Memory of Skin by Russell Banks
Alex and Ada by Jonathan Luna- Work in Progress
The Call of the Farm by Rochelle Bilow- Shannon's Book Bag
The Goshawk by T.H. White
The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer- Reading the End
Auggie and Me by R.J. Palacio- Bermudaonion's Weblog
Greetings from Utopia Park by Claire Hoffman- Shelf Love
Gudgekin the Thistle Girl and Other Tales by John Gardner

Waterlog by Roger Deakin
Music at Long Verney by Sylvia Townsend Warner- Work in Progress
Feather Brained by Bob Tarte- Bookfoolery
Tales of the Metric System by Imran Coovadia- Reading the End
Magic Elizabeth by Norma Kassirer
Thursday 1:17 PM by Michael Landweber- Book Chase
Warchild by Karin Lowachee- Thistle-Chaser
The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf by Ambelin Kwaymullina- Reading the End

I have just found a new resource- Internet Archive, thanks to this post on The Neglected Books Page. I've now acquired texts of the following books to add to my e-reader. Between this and the Gutenberg Library, I could easily spend hours browsing through titles and add tons more material to the kindle. Is this a good or a bad thing? Who knows when I'll ever find time to get to the e-books again. I've even forgotten what's on there at this point. They wait patiently for another travel day...

Stone Wall by Mary Cassals
Modeling My Life by Janet Scudder
Out on a Limb by Louise Baker

These titles were gleaned from my reading of Black Swan, White Raven:

Snow White by Donald Barthelme
Pinocchio in Venice by Robert Coover
The Nightingale by Kara Dalkey
Blue Bamboo by Osamu Dazia
The Seventh Swan by Nicholas Stuart Gray
The Tricksters by Margaret Mahy
Sleeping Beauties by Susanna Moore
Kindergarten by Peter Rushford
The Armless Maiden edited Terri Windling
Snow White and Rose Red by Patricia C. Wrede
Dark Hills, Hollow Clocks by Gary Kilworth
Five Men and a Swan by Naomi Mitchison
Hearts of Wood by William Kotzwinkle
The White Deer by James Thurber


bermudaonion said...

So many good books!

Thistle said...

I love your TBR posts! I'd like to do one as well, but the number of books I have waiting for me is daunting.

Jeane said...

Oh, it often feels overwhelming! Sometimes I've thought of making a calculation: the average number of books I read per month compared to the number of books I abandon compared to the number of books I add to my TBR. I'm sure it's an exponentially growing number, so if I don't get stricter about abandoning books that really aren't thrilling me, I will never get all to all the ones I want to read. But isn't that half the fun of it?

Then there's the number of books I keep on my shelf that I want to reread someday... not sure how to ever factor that in.

Thistle said...

I do calculations like that once a year, in my year wrap up post. I suspect most of my readers don't care, but I really enjoy seeing the stats.

Jeane said...

I count stats and the end of the year, too, but I've never included a TBR count.

Jenny @ Reading the End said...

So many books!! It always makes me feel so happy to look at the books I haven't read yet -- I'll never, ever, ever run out. :D