TROPIC OF CANCER, Henry Miller (blech, basically)
BAD BEHAVIOR, Mary Gaitskill (liked it ok; got me reading more short stories; didn't totally fall in love)
WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT LOVE, Raymond Carver (again, enjoyed; more short stories please; revealed Gordon Lish editorial style to me, which has been very educational)
CHARMING BILLY, Alice McDermott (lovely writing, but I found it a bit inaccessible)
THE SUN ALSO RISES, Ernest Hemingway (yep, definitely a fan)
THE WIND-UP BIRD CHRONICLES, Haruki Murakami (glad I've got a Murakami under my belt now, but I just don't think I'm a fan of his)
I also started Charles Dickens's DAVID COPPERFIELD, but kind of put it aside after 30% (on Kindle). I'm just starting Edward P Jones's THE KNOWN WORLD now.
Wahoo. Almost halfway through.