I've made some more progress in the blah blah book club: I finished all the E.M. Forster on the Modern Library list. I think I liked A Room With A View the best, but that's because it was the least serious.
I'm now reading Edith Wharton, mostly because I already have two of her books -- and have seen both movies -- but also because The Post just reviewed a new biography of her, and she seems interesting.
But more importantly, I have a new goal. When I finally finish this list, I'm going to read all of the books mentioned on Lost. (I've already read 15 of them.) And then I'm going to polish off this list of the 100 Greatest Novels of All Time. (I've already read 26.)
Update: Thanks to Mean Bean Machine, I just found this list of the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. I'm glad they're giving me a long time to finish this, but I think that if I ever want to finish, I'd better get cracking.