As my monthly delivery of O’Brians is about to run out, I have given my TBR list to Blackwells, so that they can send me one book a month forever. Or, until roughly the end of 2016. This means that I can now get on with all the fun of creating a new list, sans guilt at ignoring the stuff that had already been on the list for literally years. It also means I get a surprise in the post every month. And, in an effort to read more non-fiction, I gave Euan at Blackwells carte blanche to chuck in a non-fiction title if he thinks I really have to read it. This will, of course, supplement, not replace the monthly book off my list. I so totally win.
Meanwhile, my new, non-Blackwells TBR list is building, slowly…
- Winter – Christopher Nicholson. Although I’m unsure about this one after a couple of dodgy reviews.
- Printer’s Devil Court – Susan Hill. Actually, as well as my TBR list I should just have everything by Susan Hill sent me as soon as it arrives. I must catch up on some backlist, too.
- Lost for Words – Edward St Aubyn. Due out some time in 2014.
- She Left me the Gun – Emma Brocks.
- The Night Guest – Fiona MacFarlane.
- Tigerman – Nick Harkaway.
- Ritual Lighting – Carol Ann Duffy
- Dear Thief – Samantha Harvey
- The Life of Cardinal Wolsey
- The Moor – William Atkins
The Brethren – Robert Merle
- You Should Have Known – Jean Hanff Korelitz
- Vigilante – Shelley Harris
- The Widow’s Confession – Sophia Tobin
- The Small Room – May Sarton
- Getting Colder – Amanda Coe
- Weightless – Sarah Bannan
- Vain Shadow – Jane Hervey
- All Together Now – Gill Hornby
- The Folded Clock – Heidi Julavits
The Outrun – Amy Liptrot Did You Ever Have a Family – Bill Clegg
- American Housewife – Helen Ellis
- Exposure – Helen Dunmore
- After the Last Dance – Sara Manning
- Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain – Barney Norris
- Tales of Persuasion – Philip Hensher
- The Pier Falls – Mark Haddon
- Daughter of the Wolf – Victoria Whitworth.
- The Girls – Emma Cline
- A Way through the Woods – Nigel Balchin.
Magician – Raymond E Feist. Suddenly really want to read this again. Men Explain Things to Me – Rebecca Solnit. Because I finally read A Field Guide to Getting Lost and now I want to read more Solnit. The Severed Streets – Paul Cornell.
- Who Killed Sherlock Holmes?- Paul Cornell.