This month, I’ve been focusing on the oldest books on my TBR (January Reading Plans here), so just thought of a light post on the ten oldest books on my TBR. I have a physical–pen and paper–list of all the books that I’ve bought and downloaded (kindle or PDFs), and cross-off those that I’ve read. In my ten-oldest books list, I’m not including books 1 and 7, since they’re on my January TBR. The first book Poland by James Michener, I have started, though am not very far in (112 or so of 846 pages) but I think I will be able to finish it in time. The second, Swann’s Way (no 7- I actually started this last year but then got distracted by other commitments), I will also try and get to. The rest, well, let’s see.
A bunch of political theory/philosophy books all ended up on my TBR when I was reading parts of them at the University, and wanted to read the whole, but I still haven’t gotten down to it. The rest seem to simply have gotten pushed back for one reason or another.
So here’s my list.
Do have a TBR list where you keep track of what you have waiting to read? Is it on Goodreads or a spreadsheet or a physical one as I keep? Which are the ten oldest on you pile? I’d love to hear about them, so do let me know in the comments.