With that in mind, here are some recent purchases I made in hopes of sparking a renewed interest in reading more than a few minutes a week:
Charles H. Beeson (ed.), A Primer of Medieval Latin: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry
Patrick Modiano, Dora Bruder
Maupassant, Pierre et Jean
Gisèle Pineau, L'Exil selon Julia
Marguerite Duras, Le Navire Night et autres textes
Boris Vian, L'écume des jours
Abbé Prévost, Manon Lescaut
André Mary, Tristan et Iseut
Fabrice Humbert, L'Origine de la violence
Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac & Other Writings (Library of America edition)
St. Thomas More, Utopia (Latin)
A. Scott Berg (ed.) World War I and America: Told by the Americans Who Lived It (Library of America)
Ignacio Malaxecheverría, Bestiario medieval
Plus two-volume Library of America editions of Carson McCullers and Mary McCarthy's works, and the just-released LoA second volume of Susan Sontag's later essays.
Been reading bits and pieces from many of these, just not enough to have finished any so far this year. Might also re-read some of Andrzej Sapkowski's works, since I do have the Spanish translations of the last Hussite trilogy novel, Lux Perpetua, and the Witcher prequel La estación de tormentas, ordered and they should arrive by month's end. Also, by then Jeff VanderMeer's Borne should be released and arrive in my mailbox.
So maybe, just maybe, I can break this streak and finish a new book for once this year.