To kick off The List, I'm weighing in on a subject that other bloggers have been talking about lately - the invisible TBR pile, those books you've downloaded to your ereader that don't take up any space in your home but are piling up none the less. Between Book Perks and the Barnes and Noble Daily Finds for Nook, my Nook book shelf is starting to get crowded!
Right now on my Nook:
1. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion - Tina at Book Chatter suggested to I think Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory) when considering this book - I was sold.
2. The System: The Glory And Scandal Of Big-Time College Football by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian - You all know how much I love my football!
3. Someone Else's Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson - I'm fairly certain Jackson is an author I just don't "get" but I've read so many great reviews for this one I caved and will give her another chance.
4. Tampa by Alissa Nutting - Between great reviews I've read, the shock value, and the fact that Nutting appeared recently at the Omaha Lit Fest, I had to have this one.
5. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon - Okay, okay, you all wore me down. But time travel? Gabaldon is going to have to knock me out with her story to help me get over the time travel.
6. Nemesis by Jo Nesbo - I've been wanting to read Nesbo for a long time, thanks to Rhapsody Jill and Ti!
7. Fin and Lady by Cathleen Schine - I've been eager to read this since I first heard about it; I enjoyed Schine's The Three Weissmans of Westport.
8. Enos by Paul Harding - I downloaded this one before I started Harding's award-winning Tinkers. So glad I've got it ready to read when I finish that one.
9. The Castaways and Summerland by Elin Hilderbrand - My friend, Mari, loves Hilderbrand so I'm looking forward to these - although it may be warm again before I read them!
10. Maya's Notebook by Isabel Allende - Allende is one of my favorite authors.
11. The Good Muslim by Tahmima Anam - Loved Anam's A Golden Age so I'm eager to read more by her.
12. Middlemarch by George Eliot - I'm hoping to get to this one for the Chunkster Challenge.
13. Les Miserable by Victor Hugo - One day I will actually finish this book!
14. If I Stay by Gayle Forman - I've read so many great reviews of Foreman's books.
15. What Happened To Goodbye? by Sarah Dessen - Ditto what I said about Foreman.
16. Dracula by Bram Stoker - Always good to have something creepy ready to read, right?
That's it...as of today, but I make no promises that I'll be able to pass up the next great $1.99 book that shows up in my mailbox. If you've got an ereader, what would be on your list?