My Reading List (Jan-June)

I have just come to the end of a very hectic exam season and well, what better way to get away from all that stress than to write? I decided to come up with a reading list for the first six months of the year. One of my favourite people told me how he has so many books lined up for the year and I decided to make a list.

I plan to read about three books a month. I’m in no rush and I’ll be on break for the next two months so I’ll try to read as often as possible. Also, I would like to seriously buy one hard copy of a book each month. Just to satisfy my reading pleasure and to grow my physical library. I may add books as I go. I probably will.

  1. All The Bright Places – Jennifer Niven
  2. Redeeming Love – Francine Rivers
  3. Everything I Never Told You – Celeste Ng
  4. A Thousand Perfect Notes – C. G. Drews
  5. As Sure As The dawn – Francine Rivers
  6. An Echo in the Darkness – Francine Rivers
  7. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell
  8. Gay Girl, Good God – Jackie Hill Perry
  9. Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell
  10. A Voice in the Wind – Francine Rivers
  11. The Scarlet Thread – Francine Rivers
  12. The President Is Missing – Bill Clinton, James Patterson
  13. The Outsider – Stephen King
  14. Girls Burn Brighter – Shobha Rao
  15. The Woman in the Window – A. J. Finn
  16. Anything written by Agatha Christie

Add titles you would like me, or anyone else reading this, to read in the comments!

I will consider writing reviews of some of the books I read. Maybe. Just maybe.

P.S I already read the books in the picture and you should read them too.

Thanks for Reading!

Love,

Wonani Xx

4 thoughts on “My Reading List (Jan-June)

  1. Hey Wonani,
    Glad you are done with Exams. Puts you off some pressure at least. You have so much time to read. Yay!
    Wow. I am currently reading 3 books a month as well. So far, managed to read 2 and start the 3rd. I am hoping to read and learn – not really rushing to finish.
    I recommend Girl Defined by Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird. It’s a lovely book on God’s design for beauty and femininity. Your entire life will change like mine did.
    All the best as you rest and read!

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    1. Hey.
      Glad to know I have a book-worm here.
      Thank you!! I’ll definitely add Girl Defined to my library and read it. I can’t wait to read a life changing book!

      Thank you so much for reading!

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