All ready to go.
Isn't this a happy chair?
But I digress. Seriously. My brain is all over the place today. I have lots of work to do, and so my post will be short. Now that I've shared a bit about my reading in 2014 and a little about what I'm reading currently, I thought I'd give a quick rundown of what books are on my To-Be-Read list for 2015. So here they are in no particular order:
The Savage Detective, Roberto Bolano (This has been on my list for ages.)
For the Relief of Unbearable Urges, Nathan Englander (I actually have this one. It's just a matter of picking it up and reading it.)
This is How You Lose Her, Junot Diaz (Don't ask me how I've never read this one. I'd also like to read The Brief Life of Oscar Wao.)
J, Howard Jacobson
The Paying Guests, Sarah Waters (I've never read anything of hers before, but this one made a lot of end-of-year lists. Now I'm curious.)
The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro (This one is not out yet, but you can bet I'll be getting it as soon as it hits the shelves. Also, on an unrelated note, auto-correct decided his name should actually be Kazoo.)
All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr
Tenth of December, George Saunders (I got this one for my birthday, and it keeps calling to me from the shelf.)
Jennifer Worth's Midwife Trilogy
Margaret Atwood's Maddaddam Trilogy
How to Build a Girl, Caitlin Moran
White Teeth, Zadie Smith (Not sure how I've missed this one either. I've already read On Beauty and NW.)
Kafka on the Shore and Norwegian Wood, Haruki Murakami
The Yiddish Policeman's Union, Michael Chabon
There are so many other books that I want to read this year, but this is a list of the ones that have made the list that I carry with me at all times, my I'm-at-a-used-bookstore-so-check-for-these list. I also resolve to read more Alice Munro because, well, that's always a good idea, isn't it?
So, what's on your to-be-read list for 2015?