For one reason or another.
  1. The Thing on the Doorstep and Other Weird Tales by H.P. Lovecraft.
    The Halloween season came and while I sloshed through some dark and spooky tales. As did my interest in Lovecraft. Until next October--
  2. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.
    Listening to this one, and definitely will finish. A lot different from what I was expecting, in a good way.
  3. The Elegant Universe by Brian Greene.
    Makes me feel smart, and I like the pictures. Got discouraged when I saw that I was only on page 31 and that there were less pictures further on in the book. Currently in Nightstandland.
  4. Dark Places by Gillian Flynn.
    Also listening. Not a huge fan. Painfully dark. Probably should finish, though.
  5. The Monk by Matthew Lewis.
    I count it as a feat of strength and will-power if I can read more than five pages in one sitting. Made it to Book Two and had to take a break. Nightstandlanded.
  6. Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory.
    I'll always be reading this book.