Future edit: I seem to have been suddenly and for no reason have been locked out of my library app, and besides the public domain books I can get on LibriVox and GuteBooks I will have to adjust my reading plans! Expect a errr…2BR Pile update post!
Looking larger than it actually is, my TBR pile also contains short stories and essays, and has a wildcard book I did NOT expect to find at my local library, let alone in their eBook collection! And for the first time ever for me; an entirely digital list. Both eBook and audiobook, some combined, and all available on my phone.
Of course I still have some regular books and my Kindle, but I decided to specially curate some books for the season!
- “Spotted Pigs & Green Tomatoes”, by Rosie Boycott
- “A Modest Proposal”, by Jonathan Swift
- “Rhyme Stew”, by Roald Dahl
- “Mala’s Cat”, by Mala Kacenberg
- “Pickman’s Model”, by H.P. Lovecraft
- “Tales of Space and Time”, by H.G. Wells
- “After the Quake”, by Haruki Murakami
- “Midnight Library”, by Matt Haig
- “How to Crack an Egg with One Hand: A Pocketbook for the New Mother”, by Francesca Beauman
- “The Red Room”, by H.G. Wells
- “Eline Vere”, by Louis Couperus
- “Skin”, by Roald Dahl