I've been thinking about this for awhile, but reading a post by Natalie of Mindful Musings and realizing just how out of control the problem is, I thought I'd come to you guys with it:
I am a book addict.
I buy books when I shouldn't spend the money on them.
I blow off school/work/people to read.
I have an insane amount of books at home that need reading, and an incurably insane list of books I want to read.
I need help.
I've already posted about how I want to have a few challenges in oh-ten, which are really more just classification systems. I've decided one of them is going to be the TBR challenge. I am going to make a list of all of the books I own that need reading, and see how many of them I can work my way through in 2010 (keeping in mind that I still will be reading books I don't own, and likley, still buying more books to add to the pile. I'm incorrigible).
The list will take some time to compile, and I think I'm only going to start with things I really want to read, and not just all the extra stuff I've picked up or had for years (so know the pile is even bigger than it appears here...); I will add bit by bit, and hopefully, cross off bit by bit, too.
I would love to have you guys stop by from time to time and give input on which books on the list you guys loved and think I should bump up to the top of the pile.
And I would love to see your lists as well.
What's on your tbr?
How do you choose what to read next?
Do you fear that you will die under a collapsed stack and never be found again?
Edit: the (mostly complete) list is here.