I write far more than read these days, and was recently compared to Kurt Vonnegut. Below is an inexhaustible list of enjoyable tomes, which I think reflects my eclectic nature. It is quite true that I follow the story and not any particular style or genre. Scan my bookshelf to see more of the works I have delved into, but remember, there are many more bookshelves in my house, and I consume history and travel books as voraciously as I do novels and plays from all ages:
I remember a visit to Haworth in North Yorkshire, to the parsonage where the Bronte sisters lived, and the chill as I set my eyes on a divan in the lounge - the very same one that Emily died on. I bought another copy of Wuthering Heights that day, an antique reprint of the dual publication with Anne's book. I visited Anne's grave in Scarborough some years later and it now features in my unfinished novel Dreams of Blue Turtle Trains.
Some of my favourites:
Harry Potter series
The Millenium series