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Read in 2014

January:
1. Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon
2. The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome, by Tony Attwood
3. Mozart and the Whale, by Mary and Jerry Newport
4. Handling the Truth, by Beth Kephart
5. Girl, Interrupted, by Susanna Kaysen
6. The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
7. Them, by Joyce Carol Oates
8. Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys

February:
1. Random Family, by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc
2. I Was Told There'd Be Cake, by Sloane Crosley
3. The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath
4. Twilight Sleep, by Edith Wharton
5. Twirling Naked in the Streets, by Jeannie Davide-Rivera
6. Hungry Hill, by Daphne Du Maurier
7. Me, Myself, and Why, by Jennifer Ouilette
8. Lady Chatterley's Lover, by DH Lawrence
9. The Wise Virgins, by Leonard Woolf

March:
1. Out With It, by Katherine Preston
2. Never Have I Ever, by Katie Heaney
3. Look me in the Eye, by John Elder Robison
4. Beyond, the Glass, by Antonia White
5. Atypical, by Jesse Saperstein
6. The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, by Maggie O'Farrell
7. Chanel Bonfire, by Wendy Lawless
8. The Glass Castle, by Jeanette Walls
9. The Situation and the Story, by Vivian Gornick
10. Brain on Fire, by Susannah Cahalan
11. The Sack of Bath, by Adam Ferguson
12. It's Not You by Sara Eckel
13. Swallow the Ocean, by Laura Flynn
14. Let's Pretend This Never Happened, by Jenny Lawson

April:
1. How Did You Get This Number, by Sloane Crosley
2. Three Little Words, by Ashley Rhodes-Courtier
3. A Backward Glance, by Edith Wharton
4. Behind the Beautiful Forevers, by Katherine Boo
5. Songs of the Gorilla Nation, by Dawn Prince-Hughes
6. To Bed With Grand Music, by Marghanita Laski
7. Captain Alatriste, by Arturo Perez-Reverte
8. Mrs. Tim Gets a Job, by DE Stevenson
9. The Underpainter, by Jane Urquhart
10. Anne of the Island, by LM Montgomery
11. Farewell Spain, by Kate O'Brien
12. Modern Love, ed. by Daniel Jones
13. Up the Down Volcano, by Sloane Crosley

May:
1. The Shivering Sands, by Victoria Holt
2. The Moorland Cottage, by Elizabeth Gaskell
3. The Rose of Fire, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
4. Raising Cubby, by John Elder Robison
5. Whisper of Jasmine, by Deanna Raybourn
6. Cashelmara, by Susan Howatch
7. Iberia, by James A Michener
8. Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage, by Alice Munro
9. Fortune's Rocks, by Anita Shreve
10. Silent in the Grave, by Deanna Raybourn
11. The Room-Mating Season, by Rona Jaffe
12. Finding Kansas, by Aaron Likens
13. The Diary of Anne Frank
14. Open Access Publishing, by Peter Suber
15. The Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska
16. Mrs. Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf
17. 16 Perssonality Types, by AJ Drenth
18. Jamaica Inn, by Daphne DuMaurier
19. City of Jasmine, by Deanna Raybourn
20. The Scarlet Pimpernel, by Baroness Orczy
21. The Great Silence, by Juliet Nicolson
22. Call the Midwife, by Jennifer Worth

June:
1. Clover Adams, by Natalie Dykstra
2. Wild, by Cheryl Strayed
3. He's Just Not that Into You, by Greg Berendt
4. An Expert in Murder, by Nicola Upson
5. Most Talkative, by Andy Cohen
6. The Sea, The Sea, by Iris Murdoch
7. Cold Sassy Tree, by Olive Ann Burns
8. The Best American Essays, ed. by Robert Atwan
9. A Walk in the Woods, by Bill Bryson
10. Lit, by Mary Karr
11. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling
12. The House at Riverton, by Kate Morton
13. The Accursed, by Joyce Carol Oates

July:
1. The Witching Hour, by Anne Rice
2. Bossypants, by Tina Fey
3. Dear Life, by Alice Munro
4. Virginia Woolf: A Writer's Diary
5. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, by John Berendt
6. The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2013, ed. by Siddhartha Mukherjee
7. The Liar's Club, by Mary Karr
8. On Writing Well, by William Zinsser
9. The Journal of Best Practices, by David Finch
10. On Writing, by Stephen King
11. Love Illuminated, by Daniel Jones
12. Become Your Perfect Matchmaker, by Patti Stanger
13. The Bitch in the House, ed. by Cathi Hanauer
14. Below Stairs, by Margaret Powell
15. The Sea King's Daughter, by Barbara Michaels
16. The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams

August:
1. Medical English Usage and Abusage, by Edith Schwager
2. What Every Body is Saying, by Jow Navarro
3. Be Different, by John Elder Robison
4. Getting a Life With Asperger's, by Jesse Saperstein
4. The Murder of the Century, by Paul Collins
5. Elephant Company, by Vicki Constantine Croke
6. Quiet, by Susan Cain
7. Bobbed Hair and Bathtub Gin, by Marion Meade

September
1. Morgan's Run, by Colleen McCullough
2. The Fame Lunches, by Daphne Merkin
3. Pulped, by John Jeremiah Sullivan
4. Dragonfly in Amber, by Diana Gabaldon
5. Voyager, by Diana Gabaldon

October:
1. The Faith of a Writer, by Joyce Carol Oates
2. Drums of Autumn, by Diana Gabaldon
3. Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande
4. Asperger's Syndrome Workplace Survival Guide, by Barbara Bissonnette
5. The Woman in Black, by Susan Hill
6. Asperger's and Girls, ed. by Tony Attwood

November:
1. The Valley of Decision, by Marcia Davenport
2. Roman Fever and Other Stories, by Edith Wharton
3. Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, by Megan Marshall
4. Anne of Windy Poplars, by LM Montgomery
5. Vanity Fair, by WM Thackeray
6. The Letters of Abelard and Heloise
7. In Cold Blood, by Truman Capote

December:
1. Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott
2. Dinners for Beginners, by Margaret and Rachel Ryan
3. My Antonia, by Willa Cather
4. Around the World in Seventy-Two Days and Other Writings, by Nellie Bly
5. The Sense of Style, by Stephen Pinker
6. The House on the Strand, by Daphne Du Maurier
7. All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr

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Looks like you're off to a great start for the year! I haven't read nearly that much, but I would like to get to The Bell Jar some time this year.
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