I believe there was also a Vonnegut book that was published after K.V. Jr's death, and I'd like to read that as well.
Those two are at the top of my list, followed by Stephen King and John Steinbeck. Mark Twain, Dickens and Lovecraft would probably be on the list as well. And I really like the Margaret Atwood books I've read.
I really am a book nerd.
The very existence of flamethrowers proves that sometime, somewhere, someone said to themselves, "You know, I want to set those people on fire, but I'm just not close enough to get the job done".
Kurt Vonnegut jr. LOVE.
More of a Bronte than Austen fan
Cervantes - Don Quixote is one of my all time favorites.
I really like the newer Atwood, as opposed to her earlier works
love both Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky.
LM Montgomery too...
and I'll stop at Wilkie Collins, because I could go on for a while..
Wen Spencer, a Pitt alum with whom I have friends in common. Patricia Briggs, Jack Higgins, Louis L'amour, Diana Gabaldon, Michael Jan Friedman, to name a few. I'm a book worm so the list is very long.
He is total garbage! Quick! Hide him on my trailer (Petstorejunkie).
Mary Stewart (Lost count of the number of times I've read (Airs Above the Ground)
Alexander McCall Smith
Recently got into Michael Connelly and Lee Child, liking what I'm reading
When all else fails, Jilly Cooper
Yes, I'm a proud bibliophile!
Another owner of A Fine Romance baby who has grown up and joined the fun!!!
I went to college with Tim. He was the editor of the school newspaper (largest weekly in the state of Alabama! ) The whole campus would wait anxiously to read his weekly editorial which was always hilarious!