This post comes at a very interesting time, considering what's been on my mind the last few days. I am late in posting what I'll be reading next month but I wanted to post it anyways.
Lara, over at The Lazy Organizer, has been posting some interesting thoughts lately about choosing the best of the best. I'm still thinking and discussing with hubby what "best" means for me/us, if we always have to choose the best, and how to define "best."
I'm sure these discussions will eventually affect my reading and entertainment choices. In the mean time, I am giving myself permission to not finish anything I deem not worthwhile. There are millions of books available to read and I can't read them all. I have to be choosy!
Here's what I'm aiming to finish in May -
- 3:16 - Max Lucado
- Intimate Issues - Linda Dillow and Lorraine Pintus
- Confucius Lives Next Door - T.R. Reid
- Two Lives - Vikram Seth. This book is for my South Asian Author Challenge and my first Chunkster. It's a really long book, I think the longest I will have ever tackled.
- Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
- A Pride and Prejudice sequel. Not sure which one yet.
- Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
- A Sense and Sensibility sequel. Not sure which one yet.
I have other books as well but these are the ones I plan to read first. I promised myself that if I don't like any of them, I am allowed to return them to the library unread. When I start something, I feel obligated to finish. I am allowed to return books to the library unread. I am allowed to return books to the library unread...