Weekly Blog No 113 – 2017 Reading List

Last year I attempted to read 24 books again but to my disappointment I have failed. As previously mentioned, my reading was at a slower pace last year. Despite the slower pace I did reach some reading goals by attempting to read some new authors.

Here’s my reading list for 2017.

  1. A Little Leaving – Anne Bennett
  2. Pie n Mash & Prefabs – Norman Jacobs
  3. Solider Spy – Tom Marcus
  4. A Street Car Named Bob – James Bowen
  5. The Mistletoe Seller – Dilly Court
  6. The Christmas Card – Dilly Court
  7. Forget Me Not Child – Anne Bennett
  8. Eve of the Isles – Carol Rivers
  9. The Button Box – Dilly Court
  10. When Breath Becomes Air – Paul Kalanithi
  11. Queen of the Mersey – Maureen Lee
  12. Lizzie of Langley St – Carol Rivers
  13. The Fight for Lizzie Flowers – Carol Rivers
  14. Don’t Ever Tell – Kathy O’Beirne
  15. Christmas to Come – Carol Rivers
  16. Fighting To The End – Jade Goody
  17. The Girl From Seaforth Sands – Katie Flynn
  18. Gypsy Boy – Mikes Walsh

Until I wrote the above list, I hadn’t realised how much I had read last year. You can see who my favourite authors are. I did try some alternative authors last year but I keep going back to my favourites. Let’s see what happens this year.

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Blog No 113 – 2017 Reading List

  1. Well, you were not far off your target Kat! Well done! I should try and make a list of the books I read, I would probably surprise myself. Last year was a busy reading year, what with being off for 6 months, so I doubt I will get as much in this year!

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    • I’ve only kept since doing the blog. I was amazed I did 18 considering the pain I was in last year. I wondered how many you have read? I also have a huge pile or should I say piles to read this year. ❤️😘

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