Friday, 1 April 2022

April Reading List

Unbelievable that I've only read 2 books in the month of April. That's what happens when you stop reading while eating lunch, stop reading for an hour or two after lunch. When I get into bed I can only manage a couple of pages before my eyes quit working. It's good, really, as it means I've been busy knitting, sewing, organising recipes and food stores, even a bit of gardening. Much as I love reading, I want a more rounded life - like this one. 

April  - 2

Total to date: 29 (19 / 10) 3 non-fiction

- Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe

- Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame

March - 8

Total to date: 27 (17 / 10) 3 non-fiction

New books / re-read books / *Non-fiction

- The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries, Emily Brightwell

- *Atomic Habits - an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones, James Clear

- Witch Hunt, Ian Rankin

- *I Am, I Am, I Am, Maggie O'Farrell

- The Phone Box at the Edge of the World, Laura Imai Messina

- Gamble, Felix Francis

- 204 Rosewood Lane, Debbie Macomber

The House in the Cerulean Sea, T. J. Klune

February - 10

Total to date: 19 (11 / 8) 1 non-fiction

New books / re-read books / *Non-fiction

- The Girl in the Letter, Emily Gunnis

The Sixth ManDavid Baldacci

- Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, John le Carre

- 16 Lighthouse Road, Debbie Macomber 

- Flying Too High, Kerry Greenwood

- Persuasion, Jane Austen

- Yesterday, Sue Grafton

- Cocaine Blues, Kerry Greenwood

- Girl Waits with a Gun, Amy Stewart

- Phoenix Burning, Bryony Pearce

 January - 9

Total to date: 9 (6 / 3) 1 non-fiction

New books / re-read books / *Non-fiction

The Water Dancer, Ta-Nehisi Coates

Small Pleasures, Clare Chambers

The Last Wish, Andrzej Sapkowski

- *Homemade - Learning to make your own everyday items (Readers' Digest)

- The Empire of the Sun, J.G. Ballard

Mycroft Holmes, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

- The Heretic's Apprentice, Ellis Peters

- Winter's Bone, Daniel Woodrell

- The Moneychangers, Arthur Hailey

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