It's been a little over a month since I've started the 'book a week' project for myself. Sometimes I would read two in a week depending on the length of the book.
Here is an overview of what I have read so far (in no particular order...)
An Education - Lynn Barber
The Essential Dalai Lama - Rajiv Mehrotra
Thelonious Monk (the life and times of an american original) - Robin Kelly
A Single Man - Christopher Isherwood
Speak, Memory - Vladimir Nabokov
Laughter in the Dark - Vladimir Nabokov
The Zen And Art of Motorcycle Maintenance - Robert M. Pirsig
Marianne Faithfull (memories, dreams and reflections) - Marianne Faithful
Summer Crossing - Truman Capote
Pale Fire - Vladimir Nabokov
Now, I am about to read Jean Rhys: Letters 1931-1966. Found it at a local used bookshop, and it seems rather interesting. The letters range from love, despair, happiness, loneliness, etc etc.
I should be done with this book rather quickly. Reading old letters is rather fascinating. Just like collecting old photographs.
After this, I am stuck on what to read next. What is everyone reading currently, or some of you favorites?