I seem to be unstoppable when it comes to buying books recently, which I don’t regret at all, but my university has an impressive library and it seems like a wasted opportunity if I don’t at least take out a few books. As I mentioned in earlier posts, I am an aspiring short story writer. I’m also trying to write poetry. The verdict’s out on that one for now. So I went on a spree and reserved these books, which I was loaned until Febuary 24th. I may have been too enthusiastic, but luckily I can extend the loan for as long as I want. Hurrah!
Here’s what I borrowed:
- Dear Life by Alice Munro
- The Collected Stories by Katherine Mansfield
- Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace
- Saints & Sinners by Edna O’Brien
- Poetry in the Making by Ted Hughes