Reading List of 2019

At the start of 2019, I created a list of all the books I had planned to read for the year.

You can read my check-in’s here, here and here.

Since 2019 is now over, let’s reveal the final lineup

The Official 2019 Reading List

A – Audiobook
NF – Non-Fiction
RR – Re-Read

    1. Glass Sword
    2. After Anna
    3. Every Wrong Reason
    4. The Mason List
    5. Wild Like Me (A)
    6. Open Wide (A, NF)
    7. The Charge (NF)
    8. Big Magic (A, NF)
    9. 131 Method (NF)
    10. Shiver (RR)
    11. The Mindful Kind (A, NF)
    12. Husband Hunters
    13. And the Ocean was our sky (A)
    14. Secret Keeping for Beginners (A)
    15. Fate
    16. I owe you one (A)
    17. My sisters secret
    18. One little mistake (A)
    19. Level up your life (NF)
    20. The Body Electric
    21. Paris for One
    22. 30 ways to reboot your body
    23. If I forget you
    24. After You
    25. Rapture (RR)
    26. Being Miss Nobody
    27. Unforgiven
    28. Fangirl
    29. Breaking Alexandria
    30. The secret Runners of New York (A)
    31. Mad Magic (A)
    32. The Happy Runner
    33. Outer Order / Inner Calm (NF)
    34. Wearing Paper Dresses (A)
    35. Edgy Conversations
    36. Spindles End (A)
    37. The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo (NF)
    38. Wednesday
    39. Beautiful Oblivion
    40. The Rosie Result (A)
    41. Just One Kiss
    42. Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin

I ended up reading 22 of my ‘Original List’.

Hmm, 50% of my list.  That’s kind of disappointing.  However, I did learn a lot.

I learned that just because it’s on the list, doesn’t mean you I will actually read them.  Some of the books on there hold no interest.  So I ditched them.

Did I mention I also had 2 unfinished/gave up books? No?  Well, they were:

    1. H is for Hawk
      Seriously I tried, but I just could not get into it.
    2. Paradise Taken
      Wow, this was so poorly written my 10 years old could do a better job.  I gave up after 10 pages.

Taking into account the lessons I learned from my reading list, I will tackle my reading agenda for 2020 in a different way.

Stay tuned for my 2020 reading directory.