I read a lot in 2021, more than I’ve ever read in a single year. To be exact, I read 63 books, shattering my goal of reading 30 books by 210%! I read physical books, ebooks, and, my favorite, audiobooks. Whether it was tales of truth or fiction, I dove into a diverse array of genres, covering 12,151 pages along the way. So, what books did I curl up with in 2021? Keep reading to find out.Continue reading
I use Goodreads’ “Reading Challenge” feature to keep track of what I read, and in 2016 I read 50 books. I set out to read 20, so I exceeded my goal by 250%! Below is a sampling of what I read in 2016.
A few days ago I received a copy of The Collector of Dying Breaths by the immensely talented M.J. Rose, and I look forward to reading it soon. So far, this book has received excellent reviews on Amazon and Goodreads with people calling it “a richly detailed and imaginative novel” and “as beautifully evocative as previous entries in the [Reincarnationist] series.”
It’s hard to believe but I read 54 books in 2013. Since I love books in all forms, this includes audiobooks, print books and e-books. You can check out the full list of what I read here. Below are a few of my favorite books, categorized by genre, that I read this year.
- The Maze Runner – James Dashner
- The Death Cure – James Dashner
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – J.K. Rowling
- Society’s Child: My Autobiography – Janis Ian
- Undisputed: How to Become the World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps – Chris Jericho
- The Soundtrack of My Life – Clive Davis
- The Prince of Tides – Pat Conroy
- High Heat – Lee Child
- Guns – Stephen King