My 2013 reading list

001I knew that January would be a laid back blogging month so I didn’t stress out about goals for the blog when the year started.  As I read my way through my Google Reader I pulled books from my shelves that I saw on 2012 favorites lists and decided to make every attempt to read those this year.  A 2013 reading list with 9 books.  I think even I can manage that 🙂  I really hope to read more from my shelves this year, while at the same time buying fewer books.

I’m not sure what it says about the upcoming year that I am only now, on January 24th, coming up with a goal.

 

28 thoughts on “My 2013 reading list

  1. hmsgofita says:

    Yes to The Girl Who Chased the Moon and The Violinist’s Thumb!!!! Those have been on my list from last year as well. Good luck. I’m just trying to finish some of the books I started last year 🙂

  2. Sandy says:

    I can enthusiastically recommend Backseat Saints and You Know When the Men Are Gone, both of them I listened to on audio. And, well, at least you HAVE goals. I have none. That is just the way my life is these days! Ha!

  3. Diane@BibliophilebytheSea says:

    Samuel Lake, Backseat Saints and Eden Close were books I really liked; enjoyed Stacy.

    Stacy could u email me so I have the ability to respond to your comments? Your settings don’t allow it:(

    bibliophilebythesea AT gmail dot com

  4. Leslie says:

    Eden Close is my favorite Anita Shreve book. I read it when it was first published and was thrilled to discover a new author I enjoyed so much. But her last few have been only so-so. Violinist’s Thumb was a favorite of mine last year too.

    I created a list for 2013 too but no telling if I will actually get to it. They are books that I definitely want to read but they’ve been waiting so long now I should probably dust them off before I open them!

  5. Care says:

    I think I have that Umrigar book around here somewhere…. BEST to you! I’ve begun 2013 with a big bang – almost 9 books read for January already.

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