Read in 2015

1.    My Brilliant Friend, Elena Ferrante (fiction)

2.   Citizen, Claudia Rankine (poetry)

3.   A Woman in Berlin, Anonymous (memoir)

4.   Eat Bacon, Don’t Jog Grant Petersen (self-help)

5.    The Care and Management of Lies, Jacqueline Winspear (fiction)

6.   The Book of Salt, Monique Truong (fiction)

7.   The Buddha in the Attic, Julie Otsuka (fiction)

8.   All We Know, Lisa Cohen (nonfiction)

9.   The Rosie Project, Graeme Simsion (fiction)

10.                  Getting to Yes, Roger Fisher and William Ury (nonfiction)

11.Americanah, Chimamanda Adichie (fiction, audiobook)

12.                  Virginia Woolf: A Portrait, Viviane Forrester (nonfiction)

13.                  Holding On Upside Down, Linda Leavell (nonfiction)

14.                  Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own, Kate Bolick (nonfiction)

15.The Road from Coorain, Jill Ker Conway (nonfiction)

16.                  A London Address: The Artangel Essays, various (nonfiction)

17.                  Uncommon Arrangements, Katie Roiphe (nonfiction)

18.                  Dept. of Speculation, Jenny Offill (fiction)

19.                  The Summer Book, Tove Jansson (fiction)

20.                 The Courage to Teach, Parker J. Palmer (nonfiction)

21.                  Some of My Lives, Rosamond Bernier (nonfiction)

22.                  I, Claudius, Robert Graves (fiction, audiobook)

23.                 God Save the Child, Toni Morrison (fiction)

24.                 The World is Round, Gertrude Stein (fiction)

25.                  NW, Zadie Smith (fiction)

26.                 A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen (drama)

27.                 Shapeshifters, Aimee Cox (nonfiction)

28.                 Claudius the God, Robert Graves (fiction, audiobook)


Abandoned in 2015

1.    Then Again, Diane Keaton (memoir) so boring, so familiar, so shallow, made me like her les