Reading: 2011

1) The Brain in Love — Dr. Daniel Amen
2) The Year of Magical Thinking — Joan Didion
3) Blankets — Craig Thompson
4) The Kind Diet — Alicia Silverstone
5) Bossypants — Tina Fey
6) The War of Art — Steven Pressfield
7) The Artist’s Way — Julia Cameron
8) Letter to a Christian Nation — Sam Harris
9) The Moviegoer — Walker Percy
10) Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close — Jonathan Safran Foer
11) Winnie The Pooh — A. A. Milne
12) How I Became A Famous Novelist — Steve Hely
13) Sleepwalk With Me — Mike Birbiglia (Tinkles)
14) Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? — Mindy Kaling
15) The Alchemist — Paulo Coelho
16) Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So — Mark Vonnegut
17) Holidays on Ice — David Sedaris
18) STUFF: Compulsive Hoarding & the Meaning of Things —
Randy O. Frost & Gail Steketee

Book Club:

(which I don’t always finish, but give the ol’ college try)
Ender’s Game — Orson Scott Card
A Tale of Two Cities — Charles Dickens
Water for Elephants — Sara Gruen
The Help — Kathryn Stockett
The Moviegoer — Walker Percy
EL&IC — Jonathan Safran Foer
Selected Stories — Alice Munro
Holidays on Ice — David Sedaris

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2 thoughts on “Reading: 2011

  1. Recommendation: Empire Falls by Richard Russo. Best book I read in 2010. Also, only halfway through, but I’m thoroughly enjoying The Postmistress by Sarah Blake.

  2. Pingback: S is for Singin in the Rain | what sarah is: reading

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