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This week's Ten on Tuesday topic is easy-peasy for me:  Ten Books on My To-Read List!  Because I maintain my (ever-growing) "To-Read" list on Goodreads, I can always remember what that "next book" IS. 


And what's on my "To-Read" list?  Well, here are the ten I'm particularly looking forward to:

  1. Someone: A Novel by Alice McDermott
  2. Love, Dishoner, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish by David Rakoff
  3. Exodus by Lars Iyer
  4. Dog Songs by Mary Oliver
  5. The Goldfinch by Mary Tartt
  6. Hunting and Gathering by Anna Gavalda
  7. In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
  8. Sleeping with Pancho Villa by Rich Skwiot
  9. The Spinning Heart by Donal Ryan
  10. We Are Water: A Novel by Wally Lamb

Of course, it's gonna be a while before I pick up any of them. . . because this.  Yes, I'm in the midst of my annual slog!  And at 832 pages . . . I'll be in "Paris" for quite a while.  (But it's good -- and I'm liking it quite a lot; probably 40% in at this point.)

And how about YOU?  What's on your reading list?


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Nothing changes and evolves as quickly as the TBR list. We'll never run out of wonderful words to read and ponder over.


I didn't know Donna Tartt had a new book coming out - you'd think I'd be more up on this, working in a library and all. Anyway, I'm excited about that because I really loved The Little Friend.


Looks like an interesting list! You are on Goodreads too? Love that website. 2nd DDIL told me about it.


my TBR list is kind of like my TBK(nit) list... it has a tendency to get out of control! Hope you get to yours soon - you've got some interesting books in store. The Goldfinch is on mine, too (and I'm glad it's not out quite yet - have some things to finish up first!)


My TBR pile from the library was way too tall. I recorded the titles and authors for future reference and returned the entire stack. Difficult but freeing.

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