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15 Books for 2016 {Nov Deadline}

So in light of my Birthday to Birthday To Do List, I’m going to be reading 15 books this year.
I’ve decided to share the names of the books with you all and then of course, keep you updated with the progress.


In no order of reading, here are the names and authors of the chosen books:

  1. The Last Temptation by Val McDermid
  2. Under the Knife by Tess Gerritsen
  3. Perfect Grave by Rick Mofina
  4. Bloodline by Sidney Sheldon
  5. A Doctor Worth Waiting For by Margaret McDonagh
  6. The Lovers’ Room by Steven Carroll
  7. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
  8. Wuthering Heights by Emile Brontë
  9. Show of Evil by William Diehl
  10. Carrie by Steven King
  11. Baby on the Run by Kate Little
  12. Deadly Devotion by Sandra Orchard
  13. Killing the Shadows by Val McDermid
  14. Sabriel by Garth Nix
  15. Matilda by Ralph Dahl

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11 thoughts on “15 Books for 2016 {Nov Deadline}

  1. Good Luck!
    I just have one question. When do you find the time to read?

    I get about 45 minutes on the bus every afternoon on the way home from work and that’s about it. It’s taking me months just to finish one book! 😦

    1. I read late into the night. Depending on the thickness of the book, I either read a chapter at night, or if the book is over 300 pages then I read two chapters.

      Inbetween all this, I try to practice my doodling and have taken up a new hobby with all these adult coloring in pages. Then running a household with two kids. I try and even it out throughout the week. With an actual list of when I do what. That way I keep track of how much attention I’m giving each hobby. It sounds silly but it helps me with control things.
      Next month I’m going to start making my own jewelry again so will have to adjust my “schedule” 🙂

      1. Wow…U make good use of your times 🙂 I like the list idea, I also find lists help me focus better. Will give that a try…I need to fit a workout routine in as well…and less time in front of the TV, think that might be my biggest problem. Thx!

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