What I Read in 2017

I set my reading goal for 2017 at 25 books, and I was able to read 30 (woo hoo!). This means I’m setting my 2018 reading goal for 30 books. I can’t wait to see what 2018 holds!

What I Read in 2017:

  1. Thirteen Guests (Fiction, J. Jefferson Farjeon)
  2. The Library at Mount Char (Fiction, Scott Hawkins)
  3. Devil in the Darkness (Fiction, Archie Roy)
  4. Till Death Do Us Part (Fiction, John Dickson Carr)
  5. Debt Free For Life (Nonfiction, David Bach)
  6. Where’d You Go, Bernadette (Fiction, Maria Semple)
  7. A Study in Scarlet Women (Fiction, Sherry Thomas)
  8. The Red House Mystery (Fiction, A.A. Milne)
  9. Playing Big (Nonfiction, Tara Mohr)
  10. A Conjuring of Light (Fiction, V.E. Schwab)
  11. Murder at Honeychurch Hall (Fiction, Hannah Dennison)
  12. The Handmaid’s Tale (Fiction, Margaret Atwood)
  13. A Fatal Grace (Fiction, Louise Penny)
  14. Broke Millenial (Nonfiction, Erin Lowery)
  15. Rich Dad, Poor Dad (Nonfiction, Robert Kiyosaki)
  16. Misery (Fiction, Stephen King)
  17. The Alice Network (Fiction, Kate Quinn)
  18. The Hormone Reset Diet (Nonfiction, Sara Gottfried, MD)
  19. Endless Night (Fiction, Agatha Christie)
  20. Let Go (Nonfiction, Pat Flynn)
  21. The Automatic Millionaire (Nonfiction, David Bach)
  22. The Bear and the Nightingale (Fiction, Katherine Arden)
  23. Diabolic Candelabra (Fiction, E.R. Punshon)
  24. HEX (Fiction, Thomas Olde Heuvelt)
  25. Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardener (Fiction, M.C. Beaton)
  26. The Elementals (Fiction, Michael McDowell)
  27. He Who Whispers (Fiction, John Dickson Carr)
  28. What If It Does Work Out? (Nonfiction, Susie Moore)
  29. The Dog Stars (Fiction, Peter Heller)
  30. Agatha Raisin and the Walkers of Dembley (Fiction, M.C. Beaton)

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