My reading choices:
I made my choices earlier this month, because I realized that with so many books on my list so far, I just had to draw the line and stop adding to it, no matter how tempting other people's picks might be! If I finish these early, though, I will go through the lists again and pick more. I also started reading early and have read a couple already.
1. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomer.(Tiny Little Librarian): How could I not have read this already? HOW? (Finished: review here.) I've got the second book from the library already!
2. So Many Books, So Little Time by Sara Nelson (also a.book.in.the.life): Definitely! I have been dying to read this. (This is my next book to read.)
3. The Polysyllabic Spree by Nick Hornby (Athena): Probably. If I can mooch it. It's been on my wishlist a while. I like Hornby; he's not one of my favorite-favorites, but I try to read all his books.
4. The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield (Kristin). Finished: review here.
5. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin (Stephanie) I read this as a kid, but I don't really remember it, so I'll reread it.
6. Oh My Goth by Gena Showalter (also Stephanie): This sounds like a really fun YA book.
7. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte (Suey): I saw this available at DailyLit, so I might reread it that way.
8. Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland (3M): Definitely -- on my TBR list anyway.
9. The Five Gifts of Illness (Dana): I hadn't heard of this before, but I think I should read it.
10. The End of Faith by Sam Harris (Judith's pick). I've had this on my TBR pile for a while.
11. Chocolat by Joanne Harris (Chasida). I love this movie and have no idea why I've never read the book!
12. Stick Kid by Peter Holwitz (JMC's pick). Finished: review here. JMC: I've seen a couple people say they want to read this, and at least one blogger mentioned buying it!