The Listener, by Rachel Basch: I already had a copy of this one from the publisher when I read Shannon's review on River City Reading, and now it's even higher on my already-very-long list.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post, by Emily M. Danforth: Liberty Hardy, book queen of the Paperback to the Future subscription service, sent this to me in my first month's book pick. I haven't had time for it yet, but this is what I love about Liberty's selections: I've never heard of them before.
That's Not English, by Erin Moore: This is another one I already had on my shelf, but the urgency of it spoke to me when Monika at The Lovely Bookshelf said it made her laugh out loud while reading... a lot.
Selfish, Shallow and Self-Absorbed, edited by Megan Daum: I loved Megan Daum's Life Would Be Perfect If I Lived in That House, so was excited to see that she was editing a new collection of essays about women's decisions not to have kids. The quotes that Leah at Books Speak Volumes pulled from this collection only have me more convinced.
The Animals, by Christian Kiefer: Shannon at River City Reading is making two appearances in this list, because she recently mentioned this book as a slump-buster for her. Though I've had a lot of excellent reads so far in 2015, I have yet to encounter a sweep-me-off-my-feet, short-of-breath type book--and I'm hopeful this could be it.
The Buried Giant, by Kazuo Ishiguro: Ann Patchett and Maureen Corrigan both emphasized how much they loved this book when I saw them speak at a Frederick Reads event last week. I've never read Ishiguro, but combining their recommendation with Catherine from The Gilmore Guide to Books' recommendation is all I need to be convinced.
The Checklist Manifesto, by Atul Gwande: Because Amanda Nelson of Book Riot tweeted that she was so absorbed in it that she missed her exit while driving... and oh, yeah, because who wouldn't want to read a book about checklists? I freaking love checklists.
Get in Trouble: Stories, by Kelly Link: The Book Riot "Read It Like It's Hot" recommendation a few weeks back, reiterated by Ann Patchett at the Frederick Reads event last week. That's lots of smart bookish people recommending the same collection, and that's enough for me.
Hausfrau, by Jill Alexander Essbaum: I had my eye on this one already, but the sheer size of the conversation over at The Socratic Salon has me more intrigued than ever. I've been avoiding the discussion for fear of spoilers, but I'll be chiming in as soon as I get to this one.
Our Endless Numbered Days, by Claire Fuller: Steph at Bella's Bookshelves always writes thoughtful reviews, and her thoughts on this book were no exception.
What have you recently added to your TBR list? And do you remember who put them there?
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