I have a habit of buying books.
In case you are new to this blog, I work at a coffee shop. The business right next door is a used book store, which I frequent often. As a result, I find myself acquiring new books all the time (much faster than I can read them).
Here's a list of books I currently have on the go: Les Misérables -
a book about- nevermind, you guys all know what it's about, right? ( and actually I started this one long before I saw the movie thank you very much
) Wild Cards
- an anthology of short stories written by different sci-fi writers set in a shared universe where superheroes are the result of a virus. A Game of Thrones -
the first book in the Song of Ice and Fire
series. It's fantasy and really, really good (yes, I am a latecomer to this series shhh [also I bought this book in like-new condition for $1 and that makes me happy] ).
I also recently finished The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
which was one of the strangest books I have ever read. But it was good, and, again, I got it for only a dollar, so I'm happy with it.
In the meantime, Tolstoy's War and Peace,
Stephen King's Misery
got me hooked on King), and Margaret Atwood's Cat's Cradle
(The Handmaid's Tale
got me hooked on Atwood), among others, are staring me in the face, begging me to read them.
Anyone else in this sort of a situation? I have dozens of books, and no time to read!