One of my 50 things to do in 100 days is to read ten classic novels. Below is my list of books. This might change depending on what books I can get a hold of and what books do not gain my interest (which is why there are 12 books). Feel free to leave comments on classic books you recommend. In additon, while researching classic books, I came across the website ClassicBooks.com. On this website, one can download numerous books to your computer for free! This is possible because the copyright usually ends after about 100 years (I think) and then the books are public domain. I do love reading actual books instead of things like computers or Kindles, but I still think this is a great website (especially for students required to buy multiple books for school!). Another great website is GoodReads.com. On this site, you can make a profile to share all the books you have read, are reading, and want to read. It is such a cool site! I am slightly obsessed with it…especially the Quotes section where you can find quotes by people from Mark Twain (“Classic’ – a book which people praise and don’t read.”) to Lady GaGa (“I’m just trying to change the world, one sequin at a time.”). It is like a Facebook page for books! Check it out!
12. Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier