Spring TBR Pile Update

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  • Logavina Street – Barbara Demick (NF) – READ (link)
  • Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism  – Natasha Walter (NF)
  • The Campaign for Domestic Happiness – Isabel Beeton (NF)
  • The Short Life and Long Times of Mrs. Beeton – Kathryn Hughes (NF bio)
  • Neverland: J. M. Barrie, the du Mauriers, and the Dark Side of Peter Pan – Piers Dudgeon (NF)
  • Time was Soft There (book about the Shakespeare Co. book shop in Paris) – Jeremy Mercer (NF) DNF
  • Helen Keller: The Story of my Life – Helen Keller (NF autobio)  – READ
  • Level 4: Virus Hunters of the CDC – Joseph McCormick and Susan Fisher-Hoch (NF)
  • The Devil’s Highway – Luis Alberto Urea (NF)
  • As For Me and My House – Sinclair Ross (Canadian F) – READ
  • Be the Pack Leader – Cesar Milan (NF)
  • Methland – The Death and Life of an American Small Town – Nick Reding (NF)
  • Becoming Queen Victoria – Kate Williams (you know Victoria would slip in there somewhere…) (NF)
  • Charles Dickens (bio) – Clare Tomalin (NF)
  • Chasing the Monsoon – Alexander Frater (NF) – READ
  • Going to Extremes – Joe McGinnis (NF) – Alaska armchair travel
  • The Secret Life of Bletchley Park – Sinclair Mckay (NF)
  • The Grandmothers – Doris Lessing (F) READ
  • Strength in What Remains – Tracy Kidder (NF)
  • The Marie Curie Complex – Julie des Jardins (NF)
  • The Best American Sci and Nature Writing 2006 – Brian Greene (ed.) (NF) – in process
  • Oryx and Crake – Margaret Atwood (F)  READ – link

Books from own TBR so far this 2013 – 16 (out of total of 48).  Four from the TBR out of nine total titles for this month – almost half so not too shabby. Seven titles from Spring TBR pile (compiled in January 2013). Might be time to switch the titles up and get a new set of TBRs with which to guilt myself (I mean “from which to choose”)… J

Coming Up: the new Summer 2013 TBR Pile…

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