Books I’ve Read in 2020

Another year has come and gone, which means it’s time for me to post a list of the books I read this year. As per usual, I’m not posting a formal review for each book, but this time around I did actually include the authors names next to the book’s titles.

Without Further ado-

Books I completed in 2020:

1- Little Women – Lousia May Alcott

2- Two Old Women- Velma Wallis

3- Crazy Rich Asians- Kevin Kwan

4- China Rich Girlfriend- Kevin Kwan

5- Rich People Problems- Kevin Kwan

6- The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo- Jenkins Reid

7- The Snow Child- Eowyn Ivey

8- Cocktails for Three- Madeline Wickham

9- Hawksong- Amelia Atwater Rhodes

10- Of Two Minds-  Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman

11- More Minds-  Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman

12- The Book of Three- Llyod Alexander

13- The Black Cauldron- Llyod Alexander

14- Castle of Lyrr- Llyod Alexander

15- Taran Wanderer- Llyod Alexander

16- The High King- Llyod Alexander

17- Cows, Pigs, Wars, and Witches: The Riddles of Culture- Marvin Harris

18- The Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder –Joanne Fluke

19- The Strawberry Shortcake Murder –Joanne Fluke

20- Candy for Christmas- Joanne Fluke

21- Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen

22- Caroline: Little House Revisited- Sara Miller

23- Little House in the Big Woods – Laura Ingles Wilder

24- Death on Tap

25- The Blueberry Muffin Murder-Joanne Fluke

26- Farmer Boy- Laura Ingles Wilder

27- On The Banks of Plum Creek- Laura Ingles Wilder

28- Death on the Nile- Agatha Christe

29- Witches: The transformative power of women working together- Sam George-Allen

30- A Witches Halloween : The Pagan book of Halloween- Gerina Dunwich

31- The Historian- Elizabeth Kostova

32- The Diamond Secret- Suzanne Weyn

33- By The Shores of Silver Lake- Laura Ingles Wilder

34- The Long Winter- Laura Ingles Wilder

35- Little Women (yes, again. I read it around Christmas every year)

36- A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens

37- Plum Pudding Murder- Joanne Fluke

Observation about my reading list: I re-read a lot of kids book this year as a way of comforting myself during a stressful time. I’ve always been the kind of person who has re-read books or re-watched favorite movies and TV shows to escape into a familiar, safe world. There’s comfort in knowing how the story is going to end, so you can simply enjoy the journey.

Observation two: All the murder mysteries– my sister got me into reading cozy mysteries. Despite being about murder, they are indeed, cozy reads.

Goals for reading in 2021: I’m going to take this year a little at a time. I would like to read 40 or more books this year, but I won’t stress myself out to do it. I would also like to add a few more non-fiction books to the mix so I can continue learning and growing. After all, the mind is one of the greatest assest we will ever have.

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