Books Read in 2016

I didn’t read as many books this year as I would have liked. How many can say the same? I am proud to say that my reading tastes are all over the place.

Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child Pendergast Series #15: Crimson Shore
Peggy Wang Dessert & Booze Hacks
Kathy Reichs Speaking in Bones
Carlos Ruiz Zafon The Shadow of the Wind
Nina George The Little Paris Book Store
Rainbow Rowell Fangirl
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee All Wound Up: the yarn harlot write for a spin
Chris Grabenstein Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter
Dave Ramsey Entreleadership:
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Free-Range Knitter: the yarn harlot writes again
Chris Grabenstein The Island of Dr. Libris
Rainbow Rowell Carry On: a novel
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10 Responses to Books Read in 2016

  1. candy says:

    On of my goals is to read more books this year. Problem is once I get started I don’t really want to do anything else until I finish the book. Family doesn’t really need to eat that day or have clean clothes do they?

    • caendicott says:

      Hahaha! I totally get that! Something that’s helped me is reading a chapter each night (of a nonfiction book) to help get me through them.

  2. Jay Colby says:

    This one my goals this year to read more books. How many books do you plan to read this year?

  3. Paola says:

    I also have goals for reading more, but life is so busy and tight that by the time I realize the year has gone by and I haven’t read nearly a third of what I wanted to read.
    Well done, you did a lot better than most of us!

  4. I’m an avid reader. I’m usually reading two books at once because I need the variety.

  5. Valerie says:

    That’s a lot of books! Which one was your favourite?

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