Friday, December 30

Books in 2016...


This past January, I decided to make a list of all of the books that I read in 2016 and aimed to read a book a week.  It was a bit of a challenge to make it to 52 books, but I finished the final one just last night.  I'm really glad that I kept this list to refer to  and I plan to keep a list for 2017, too!
 
1.   A Country Christmas
2.   Anna Pavlova: Twentieth Century Ballerina
3.   The Light Between Oceans
4.   The Girl on the Train
7.   Brooklyn
8.   The Shell Collector:  Stories 
9.   Sidney Chambers and The Perils of the Night
10. Sidney Chambers and the Problem of Evil
11.  Sidney Chambers and The Forgiveness of Sins
12.  The Queen's Dolls' House
13.  Jane Eyre
14.  A Circle of Quiet
15.  A Time to Blossom
16.   Simple Matters
17.  Wildwood
18.   The Railway Children
19.  Jayber Crow
20.  Middlemarch
21.  On the Estate:  Memoirs of a Russian Lady Before the Revolution
22.  The Remains of the Day
23.  Gilead
24.  Dragonwyck
25.  Love and Friendship
26.  Lady Susan
27.  Katherine
28.  The Summer Before the War
29.  Wildflowers and the Stories Behind Their Names
30. The Summer Book
31.  Late Wife
32.  Demelza
33.  Vinegar Girl
34.  Ladder of Years
35.  A Country Child
36.  Digging to America 
37.  A Spool of Blue Thread 
38.  Excellent Women 
39.  Jeremy Poldark
40Some Tame Gazelle
41.  No Fond Return of Love 
42.  Other Wordly
43. A Very Private Eye:  An Autobiography in Diaries and Letters
44.  Jane and Prudence 
45.  People Knitting
46.  An Unsuitable Attachment 
47.  Red Butterfly 
48.  Warleggan
49.  Fanny at Chez Panisse 
50.  My Family and Other Animals 
51.  Someone at a Distance 
52.  Happy Times in Norway



8 comments:

Katya said...

You are extremely impressive! I have completed probably four books this year, if that!

Dianna said...

Way to go! And several on your list that I want to read, too. :)

Jane G Meyer said...

That is so amazing! I love that you made it a priority, and stuck to it. What a feat. Brava!

Mimi said...

Wonderful! After the Great Accidental Jean Auel rereading incident, I have kept a list as well.

Melanie said...

Thank you for some much inspiration. I think I will be using your list to help guide me this year. After the year we had with moving and pregnancy I managed to read 43 books.

Everly Matthews said...

How do you decide what to read next? I am forever seeking book recommendations but have exhausted my usual sources.

kyrie said...

I was just thinking, I should try for a book a month in 2017...but before kids I used to read a book a day! Maybe I will make a book a week pledge too.

mominapocket said...

Thanks for posting. I enjoy your blog. Nancy

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