I’m not the sort of girl who plans her reading far in advance. In most things, I’m quite organized. Well prepared for life’s eventualities. When it comes to reading, however, which is one of my greatest joys, I like to be open to possibility. I like to grab what I want, when I want, and not turn my joy into a job.
Yet there are a few plans in the works, especially since visiting a few wonderful bloggers last night.
You know about the Two Serious Ladies read-along this January with Scott, Frances and Dorian (so far, please consider joining us). But, the list of read-alongs in which I want to partake is now considerably larger:
and a few of my own choices, any of which you’re welcome to join me in reading:
They Were Counted by Miklos Banffy…
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, who was born 200 years ago on April 21, 1816. (Also, I want to reread this book before I read two upcoming releases coming to me from their publishers: Jane Steele and The Madwoman Upstairs, both to be published in March.)
That’s about as planned as I want to be right now, but as usual, I welcome any input, any suggestions, and any fellow readers. Such promising books await.