I have 2 To-Read Shelves. One is specifically for YA titles, the other is, well, everything else. You can see them in the pictures on the right. They are basically overflowing right now. It’s hard for me to turn down cheap titles, and darn that St Vinnie’s and their 1/2 price book sales, oh and the fact that it’s garage sale season. So what have I got filling up those selves?
On the YA shelf a few notable titles:
Inkheart and Inkspell
Several titles by Scott O’Dell –The Black Pearl, Zia, and Sarah Bishop
Several Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys titles
Macbeth: The Graphic Novel
At least 5 different Redwall Books
Happy Birthday, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle (the final title I have to read in her series)
James and the Giant Peach, Matilda and The BFG
War and Peace (it’s a joke, we leave it there just to see if anyone notices.)
Do you spot anything else interesting?
On the other shelf is a messy mismash of all sorts of genres. A random sample shows-
God’s Smuggler by Brother Andrew
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People ( I have read 7 Habits for Teens.)
Get a Grip on Physics
The Best of James Blish
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
3 books by Terry Goodkind
4 books by Stephen R Donaldson
An embarrassing number of Star Trek Titles (including Walter Koenig’s autobiography Warped Factors: A Neurotic’s Guide to the Universe.)
12 James Bond Titles
Sci-fi by Larry Niven, EE Doc Smith, Heinlein, Alastair Reynolds, Orson Scott Card, and a lot of others.
The Tao of Pooh
The picture is kinda small, but maybe you saw something else there that caught you eye. Let me know in the comments.
Currently I’m reading “The Spirit Well” by Stephen R Lawhead and The Story of Scripture: How We Got Our Bible and Why We Can Trust It by Robert L Plummer (which I got as part of the Librarything Early Reviewers program.) Next I plan on reading my friend Karen’s novel Mistaken: First Impressions Are Never What They Seem, and then ??? Well you can see I have plenty of options.