January 2016 TBR
Would you look at that title? It's almost 2016! Before I get carried away with 2016 yearly goals, let me just handle the January goals.
Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton - This is the library book club book for January. I read about half of it last year, so it should go pretty quick through that part.
Challenger Deep by Neal Schusterman - This is my personal book club book for January. This is a young adult novel, so it should be a quick read, too.
Deep South by Paul Theroux - I started this in November, but it was due and I wasn't very far into it, so I returned it. I'm number 2 on the list again, so it should be soon.
Night Film by Marisha Pessl - This has been on my shelf for awhile. It meets a Read Harder challenge to Read a Horror Book, so there you go.
Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala - This also meets a Read Harder challenge to read a book by an author from Southeast Asia. This author lost most of her family to a Tsunami.
So that's five books. That's an excellent start. I hope there will be more, but we shall see.