But here's what's up for me so far:
Heaven is for Real (The movie is coming out soon and this one has been recommended a lot since we lost our baby.)
The Poisonwood Bible (Kind of embarrassed to admit I haven't read this yet, but I have a copy in hand!)
Kristin Lavransdatter trilogy (Recommended by a friend)
Memoirs of a Geisha (Also embarrassed to admit I haven't read this yet.)
Evolving in Monkey Town (Recently read A Year of Biblical Womanhood and would like to see what else Rachel Held Evans has to say.)
The Complete Stories (Flannery O'Connor)
Sisterhood Everlasting (Ann Brashares--5th book in Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series)
Murder on the Orient Express (Agatha Christie)
The Red Tent
I'm not a goal-oriented person at all, but I always have this list of books I'd like to get to and I think reading goals might actually be something I could accomplish. However, I instituted a policy a few years ago that if the book doesn't interest me enough, I can stop reading it. I'm not forcing myself through books anymore. Life is too short and I'm sure there are plenty of ones I will love out there. If I can put it down easily, if I can go to bed and not try to feign insomnia so I can get up and read more late at night, if I can get through it without recommending it to someone else--it's not good enough (for me). I think I have rather unpredictable taste in books so just because I don't like it doesn't mean it's not good.
So here goes!
See Haley's link-up at Carrots for Michaelmas for more.