Wednesday, September 1, 2010

market day


 this morning 
on my way to the gym

       


I should have lunch there next week



vintage adidas bag

                       

I  have just  started reading  
Mr Rosenblum"s List from Natasha Solomons
You know the feeling when you start a book and you know after the second page that you will love the book?

Also I did asked my friend Sally aka bookbird1 ( on flickr) 
what 's on her reading list in the moment
- A gate at the stairs by Lorrie Moore
- Noahs Compass by Ann Taylor
and anything by Richard Yates
( I want to work my way through all his books).I have only read
Cold Spring Habour so far

my all time fave is probably To kill a Mockingbird...I also really loved
Extremly loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer( love the way he writes)


What's on your reading list??
 




6 comments:

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

One of my favorite books ever is Pillars of the Earth- Epic and amazing-

I have been meaning to put together a list-

Daan said...

Th e little ones are back in school, again. So maybe I'll find some reading time.

But a pile of craftbooks is calling out for me so they'll come first ;-)

joanie said...

To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favourites too. I recently got the anniversary edition so I could read it again.

Ingrid said...

Wat leuk om te lezen dat er nog een Foer liefhebber is. Everything is illuminated van hem is mijn favoriete boek maar de meeste mensen die ik hem aan beveel vinden het niks (onbegrijpelijk)
Dave Eggers mat Wat is de wat (en ook zijn andere boeken) zijn een goede tweede..

Kickcan and Conkers said...

Following our recent holiday back home in Yorkshire I'll be devouring Wuthering Heights, yet again! I can hear Heathcliff calling now...
I too have piles and piles of magazines to read. I spend far too much time online!
Enjoy your weekend, and take it easy!

elianne said...

De lijst is te lang, maar echte toppers :
Tender Bar. J Moeringer
Dave Eggers, Wat is de Wat
( ben nu vooral verslaafd aan luisterboeken)