What I Read: 2015

When I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to be an adult because I could just read as much as I wanted and I would never have to worry about if I wasn’t doing homework or if I wasn’t in bed by 10 o’clock because I wanted to finish a particularly good chapter. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that my priorities have shifted a bit. I still love reading as much as ever, but I definitely don’t spend as much time doing it as when I was younger. 2015 particularly wasn’t a huge year of reading for me, and I only made it through 19 books between January and December. I have a huge to-read list piled up in my room though so here’s hoping I get through more in 2016!

What I read in 2015:

  1. May We Be Forgiven – A.M. Holmes
  2. Stardust – Neil Gaiman
  3. Horns – Joe Hill
  4. Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell
  5. Saint Anything – Sarah Dessen
  6. Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell
  7. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet – Jamie Ford
  8. The Shell Seekers – Rosamunde Pilcher
  9. Empire Falls – Richard Russo
  10. Go Set a Watchman – Harper Lee
  11. My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry – Frederik Backman
  12. One Thousand White Women – Jim Fergus
  13. Attachments – Rainbow Rowell
  14. The Friday Night Knitting Club – Kate Jacobs
  15. Sleeping Beauties – Susanna Moore
  16. The Aviator’s Wife – Melanie Benjamin
  17. Grace’s Guide – Grace Helbig
  18. You Deserve a Drink – Mamrie Hart
  19. The Glass Castle – Jeannette Walls

Top 5: Stardust, Horns, Fangirl, My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry, and The Glass Castle.

Honorable mentions: May We Be ForgivenYou Deserve a Drink, and Go Set a Watchman

Wouldn’t read again: One Thousand White Women

Let me know if you read anything especially good in 2015 that I should check out!

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