Books I Really Want To Read But Don't Own...Yet
Sometimes I stumble across a book that I love. What do I want to do then? Read more by the same author.
Unfortunately, some books are not widely available. Wouldn't it be lovely if you could use a 3D printer to instantly print any book you wanted to read? Or what about a plain old magic wand?
Here are some I really want to read but that I don't own yet:
Paris Dreambook by Lawrence Osborne
Looking for the Lost:
Journeys Through a Vanishing Japan
by Alan Booth
The Man in the Empty Boat
by Mark Salzman
My Favorite Things
by Maira Kalman
By the Book:
Writers on Literature and the Literary Life
by Pamela Paul
True Stories, Well Told:
From the First 20 Years of Creative Nonfiction Magazine
Spotting Improbable Moments of Grace
by Anne Lamott
by Jane Gardam
The Desert Fathers:
Sayings of the Early Christian Monks
The Public Library:
A Photographic Essay
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