Hello out there, dear readers, how are you? I hope life is treating you well and if not, feel hugged. This post should have gone up last week Thursday. However, I was trying out the Weebly App on my phone and it did not upload to post. I considered shortly to post it on another day but that did not feel right. So you'll learn about my 2020 reading list today.
I have a bit of a reading spree at the moment. Well, it’s more a reading and listening spree, to be honest. Last December I discovered the free audiobooks by the BBC Sounds app. Later on, I got a free month from Amazon prime which included a free month on Audible, and I am trying out an app called “Free Books” which offers audiobooks too.
Housework is so much more fun when you can enjoy a good book with it. That is the reason why I have already managed ten books of my 52 book Goodreads goal. At this rate, I am going to double my goal this year.
Many bloggers share their reading lists at the beginning of the year, which I used to find rather courageous. What if you can’t manage? It doesn’t matter, though, does it? Maybe you look stupid but that’s all.
So this year I am going to join the reading list publishing bloggers and am excited to find out if I’ll manage.
Goodreads Goal: 52 Books
Ten read/listened to so far
1. Bramblestars Storm – Erin Hunter
2. The Memory Tree – Linda Guillard
3. Secret of the lost Stones – Melissa Payne
4. Two hearts Unspoken – Tamara Ferguson
5. Norse Mythology – Neil Gaiman
6. The Secret Commonwealth – Philip Pullman
7. Two Hearts Surrendered – Tamara Ferguson
8. Lords and Ladies – Terry Pratchett
9. The 39 Steps – John Buchan
10. Dark Matter – Michelle Paver
Planned to read/listen to in 2020:
11. The Divine Comedy – Dante
12. The Gods of Mars – Edgar Rice Boroughs
13. The Man Who Ended War – Hollis Godfrey
14. The Door Through Space – Marion Zimmer-Bradley
15. The Colours of Space – Marion Zimmer Bradley
16. When I heard the learned Astronomer – Walt Whitman
17. The Machine Stops – E M Foster
18. The Planet Savers – Marion Zimmer-Bradley
19. The Reluctant Dragon – Kenneth Graham
20. The Picture of Dorian Gray – Wild
21. The Double-Decker Dead – EM Kaplan
22. The Book of Dragons – E Nesbit
23. Faloons of Narabedla Marion Zimmer-Bradley
24. A Voyage to the Moon – Cyrano de Begerac
25. The House of Pomegranates – Oskar Wild
26. The Magicians Sire – Linda G Hill
27. A Wizard of Earthsea – Ursula Le Guine
28. The Girl who lived twice – David Lagerkrantz
29. Bohemian Rhapsody – Lesley Anne Jones
30. The long Cosmos – Pratchett, Baxter
31. Something to Tell You – Lucy Diamond
32. Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine- Gail Honeyman
33. Chocolat – Joanne Harris
34. Manifest your Desires – J. Hicks
35. 365 Days with Self- discipline – Martin Meadows
36. The Good Thieves Guide to Amsterdam – Chris Evan
37. Cicada Spring – Christian Salacar
38. The Persistence of Frost – Chris Kim
39. Moth – Daniel Arenson
40. Singing in the rain – Rachel Kelly
41. Life Coaching for Dummies – Jeni Purdi
42. Cranford – Elizabeth Gaskell
43. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
44. The Railway Children E Nesbit
45. Life on Earth – David Attenborough
46. Stillicide – Cynan Jones
47. Don’t let go – Michelle Lynn
48. Walking in this World – Julia Cameron
49. The Book of Lenity – Ian- Anthony finnimore
50. Paradise lost – John Milton
51. Leviathan – Thomas Hobbes
52. Bread and Circusses – Patrick Breitlinger
Ah, I am so looking forward to the reading/listening this year. Do you have a reading list and would you publish it?
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