Top 10 Tuesday: 10 books on my shelves since before I was blogging that I still haven’t read

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Questions? Before I was blogging…..which time? First time was way, way back in 2005? 2006? And, do unread Kindle books count? I’ll just try to pick some from both pre-blogging, and stopped blogging, time period. There are too many unread Kindle books to list–anyone else have that problem? Thank you Book Bub.

 

  1. Blitz Cat  by Robert Westall
  2. The Florist’s Daughter by Patricia Hampf
  3. Must You Go?  by Antonia Fraser
  4. Forsyte Saga by John Gallsworthy
  5. Death in the Afternoon by Ernest Hemingway
  6. The Brendan Voyage by Tim Severin
  7. Well-Read Lives by Barbara Sicherman
  8. Miner’s Daughter by Gretchen Moran Laskas
  9. Thousand Days in Tuscany by Marlena di Blasi
  10. The Button Box by Ruth Ellen Patton Totten

 

Don’t miss yesterday’s posts–just click the link to read:

The Atomic Weight of Love: Cross-Generational Love in Fiction

Reflections on the Perks of Being a Wallflower or Finding Myself at 54 Thanks to a YA Book

 

What have you bought and not read yet? Leave me a link to your post or a comment with book titles. Or why not join the fun at The Broke and the Bookish.

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3 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday: 10 books on my shelves since before I was blogging that I still haven’t read

  1. Long ago I read The Florist’s Daughter because I’m a florist’s daughter myself, and because I really like Patricia Hampl. It’s been a long time since I read her work, but at the time I found her nonfiction writing, in the form of personal essays and her memoirs, to be page-turners. She helped turn me on to this type of writing.

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