Blog No 150 – 2019 Reading List

My goal for 2019 was to read more than 24 books. If I achieve 24 books or more, I was going to be happy. The target was to read 2 books a month and in some cases it was more. My reading last year took a real boost with a total of 46 books.

Here is my reading list: –

  1. The Tattooist – Heather Morris
  2. Christmas Rose – Dilly Court
  3. Always Smiling – Georgia Toffolo
  4. The Hiding Place – Trezza Azzopardi
  5. The Choice – Edith Eger
  6. Spitfire Girl – Lily Baxter
  7. Poppy’s War – Lily Baxter
  8. Wartime Girls – Anne Baker
  9. The Shopkeepers Daughter – Lily Baxter
  10. Whistledown Woman – Josephine Cox
  11. A Song for Bridget – Phyllis Whitsell
  12. The Empty Hearth – Kitty Neale
  13. After the war is over – Maureen Lee
  14. A Christmas in Disguise – Katie Fforde
  15. Into the Fire – Edric Kennedy-Macfoy
  16. The Barefoot Girl – Cathy Sharp
  17. The Little Orphan Girl – Sandy Taylor
  18. Liverpool Sisters – Lynn Andrews
  19. The Librarian – Dita Kraus
  20. Nettie Secret – Dilly Court
  21. Kitty and her Sisters – Maureen Lee
  22. I spy – Tom Marcus
  23. Under the Hawthorn Tree – Marita Conlon McKenna
  24. My Not So Perfect Life – Sophie Kinsella
  25. In His Father Footsteps – Danielle Steel
  26. Come Rain or Shine – Pam Weaver
  27. Eminence – Morris West
  28. Brutal Honest – Melanie Brown
  29. Daughters of Courage – Margaret Dickinson
  30. Sing Them Home – Pam Weaver
  31. Christmas to Come – Carol Rivers
  32. This is Going to Hurt – Adam Kaye
  33. The Butlin Girls – Elaine Everest
  34. Becoming – Michelle Obama
  35. The Orphans of Bell Lane – Ruthie Lane
  36. The Winter Orphan – Cathy Sharp
  37. Bicycles & Blackberries – Shelia Newberry
  38. A Family’s Heartbreak – Kitty Neale
  39. Light Out Till Dawn – Dee Williams
  40. The Collaborator – Diane Armstrong
  41. A Precious Gift – Rosie Goodwin
  42. The Secret Orphan – Glynis Peters
  43. Clika’s Journey – Heather Morris
  44. The Titanic Sisters – Patrica Falvey
  45. The Orphan Thief – Glynis Peters
  46. Twas the Nightshift Before – Adam Kay

Last year, I wanted to open up my mind to new authors. I had introduced approximately 23 new authors of various genres

The books I had read were so varied from The Tattooist to I Spy. Reading books expands the mind and triggers imagination.

Books make me happy and give me immense pleasure. My well being is surely improved by reading. My goal this year is to be 46 books.