Feb 9, 2017

TBR 65

The Wild Girl by Jim Fergus
Stoner by John Williams- Shelf Love
After Disasters by Viet Dinh- Reading the End
Miss Jane by Brad Watson- Farm Lane Books Blog
Paradise Sky by Joe A. Lansdale- Book Chase
Nothing to Envy by Barbara Demick- Opinions of a Wolf
The Girl with Seven Names by Hyeonseo Lee- ditto
Waste Free Kitchen Handbook by Dana Gunders- Vegetable Gardener
Dancing Fish and Ammonites by Penelope Lively- Hogglestock
Golden Apples of the Sun by Ray Bradbury- Book Chase
Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley- The Last Book I Read
Cheyenne Memories by John Stands in Timber
They Called Me Uncivilized by Walter Littlemoon
My Summer in a Garden by Charles Dudley Warner- Commonweeder
Women of the Asylum by Jeffrey Geller and Maxine Harris
Wooden Leg: a Warrior Who Fought Custer by Thomas B. Marquis
The Captivity of the Oatman Girls by R.B. Stratton
The Nearness of You by Amanda Eyre Ward- Book Chase
The Permaculture Promise by Joe Neiger- Commonweeder
Garden Revolution by Weaner and Christopher- ditto
The Forest and the Farm by Vance Huxley- Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tales
Leveling the Playing Field the Democratization of Technology by Rod Scher- Bookfoolery

Who am I kidding with all these lists? I chip away at them so slowly. Recent splurge at the library sale plus a few swap books that have come in the house this week finally tipped my personal collection over one thousand. That feels like a milestone, an accomplishment- or just too much!

3 comments:

bermudaonion said...

You've got a lot of great looking books on that list!

Thistle said...

I smiled at seeing the Forest and Farm cover. I hope you enjoy it!

Jenny @ Reading the End said...

Hahahaha, I was just looking at my TBR list last night and thinking "who am I kidding?" I used to be better at whittling away at it! The problem is that my library remodeled, and the new library has a far better selection of "New Books" shelves, so I am constantly ignoring or semi-ignoring my TBR list in favor of whatever shiny new things I find on the display shelves. Damn you, library!