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The 2021 Annual Reading Challenge List Thread
#1  pdurrant 12-20-2020, 10:31 AM
2021 Reading Challenge List Thread

Welcome to our 12th Annual Reading Challenge!

The Annual Reading Challenge is neither a race, contest, nor an “exclusive club”, anyone can join! This is just a fun activity that some of us have enjoyed doing in the past. Many of us have found reading challenges to be an entertaining way to set goals for ourselves, get ideas for books, and see what others are reading.

This thread is for you to keep a running tally for your chosen challenge. Please state your goals at the top of your post (in the title line if you can), and then start your list in the body of your post. As you read books, edit your post to update your list of books read, or other challenge status.

Please Remember: No discussion posts in this thread. Please use the other thread for that. Non-List posts will be deleted or moved to the other thread.

Discussions & Ideas can be found here:

2021 Annual Reading Challenge Discussion Thread

Post #2 of this thread is dedicated to a Table of Contents for all participants in this thread. Names will be added to this TOC in alphabetical order with a link to that individual’s post number from this thread.

Previous threads were for 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010
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#2  pdurrant 12-20-2020, 10:35 AM
Table of Participants
  1. astrangerhere - Post #5
  2. bookaho!ic - Post #19
  3. bs10000 - Post #14
  4. Byrdie - Post #30
  5. Dazrin - Post #8
  6. Dngrsone - Post #22
  7. DrNefario - Post #11
  8. frailtyy - Post #21
  9. hildea - Post #31
  10. HLS - Post #25
  11. Hollow Man - Post #16
  12. Indio77 - Post #20
  13. irishmac473 - Post #34
  14. issybird - Post #7
  15. jbcohen - Post #17
  16. jselby - Post #26
  17. JSWolf - Post #18
  18. library addict - Post #10
  19. Luffy - Post #4
  20. Mikou - Post #33
  21. Musicman - Post #15
  22. Paperbackstash - Post #24
  23. pdurrant - Post #3
  24. Polarpenguin - Post #28
  25. PurpleStar - Post #9
  26. rfog - Post #6
  27. sakura-panda - Post #23
  28. sun surfer - Post #29
  29. Tarana - Post #13
  30. Uncle Robin - Post #12
  31. Waylander - Post #27
  32. Xanthe - Post #32

32 Participants .
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#3  pdurrant 12-20-2020, 10:36 AM
My goal is to buy fewer books than I read. And so end up with fewer unread books.
Last year I managed to reduce my TBR pile by 117 books!

I start 2021 with 901 books on my TBR pile.

Books removed from TBR

Read and Reading
  1. December 31st, 2020: Lord Peter Views the Body by Dorothy L. Sayers - £0.33 - 4/5 - 239pp
    A collection of short mysteries. Some racial stereotypes, but on the whole good fun.
  2. January 4th: Charlotte's Web by E. B. White - £0.99 - 5/5 - 111pp
    Excellent childen's book. Memorable characters, good story.
  3. January 6th: Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer - £0.99 - 4/5 - 211pp
    A most enjoyable re-read, provided one remembers it is complete fantasy.
  4. January 9th: Fantasy Magazine #4 edited by Wallace and Tremblay - £0.31 - 2/5 - 181pp
    My taste clearly doesn't match that of the editors. Abandoning the remaining 53 issues.
  5. January 12th: James Potter and the Curse of the GateKeeper by G. Norman Lippert - Free - 4/5 - 457pp
    Quite fun. An interesting fan-fic sequel to Hary Potter.
  6. January 18th: Strip Jack by Ian Rankin - £0.99 - 5/5 - 259pp
    A really good story, and the characters are getting better. I think the series is really getting into its stride now.
  7. January 21st: All Things Wise and Wonderful by James Herriot - £0.99 - 5/5 - 454pp
    Still delightful.
  8. January 26th: The Wandering Earth Collection by Cixin Liu - Free - 3/5 - 444pp
    Good ideas. I find the writing a bit dull.
  9. January 31st: Arsène Lupin - The Gentleman Burglar by Maurice Leblanc - £2.15 - 4/5 - 177pp
    Interesting. And funny in places. The next one will be worth a go too.
  10. February 5th: The Time-travelling Caveman by Terry Pratchett - £0.99 - 4/5 - 184pp
    Some delightfully silly tales from early in his career.
  11. February 7th: Lightspeed Magazine #4 edited by J. J. Adams - £0.58 - 4/5 - 180pp
    All good. So I won't be dropping these from my TBR
  12. February 10th: Call for the Dead by John le Carré - £0.99 - 5/5 - 146pp
    A splendid spy mystery/thriller. Really excellent.
  13. February 12th: The Russian Interpreter by Michael Frayn - Free - 4/5 - 181pp
    A very good book, wonderfully confusing, as was/is the system.
  14. February 14th: Lestrade and the Sawdust Ring by M. J. Trow - Free - 1/5 - 244pp
    [ABANDONED - Historical 'humour' mystery. Ughh.]
  15. February 15th: The Sheep-Pig by Dick King-Smith - £0.99 - 5/5 - 69pp
    Splendid children's story. That'll do, Dick, that'll do.
  16. February 16th: Farewell, My Lovely by Raymond Chandler - £0.66 - 4/5 - 231pp
    Excellent hard-boiled detective thriller. Some splendid descriptive language.
  17. February 22nd: Gently Does It by Alan Hunter - £0.99 - 4/5 - 174pp
    Delightful police procedural/mystery. Set in a renamed Norwich!
  18. February 25th: The Deadly Mystery of the Missing Diamonds by T. E. Kinsey - Free - 4/5 - 240pp
    Almost perfect, spolied only by the (IMO) under-reaction to the murder
  19. February 27th: Some of the Best from Tor.com 2011 - Free - 5/5 - 485pp
    A really excellent collection of short science fiction.
  20. March 1st: Skip Langdon Vol. 1 by Julie Smith - Free - 4/5 - 252pp
    Good. Good enough to add the other 8 from the omnibus to my TBR pile.
  21. March 6th: The Crystal Cave by Mary Stewart - £0.99 - 5/5 - 433pp
    Splendid retelling starting with Merlin, not Arthur.
  22. March 12th: Axe Man's Jazz by Julie Smith - Free - 4/5 - 299pp
    Interesting. Quite fun. Weird people.
  23. March 14th: The Haunted Monastery by Robert Van Gulik - £0.68 - 4/5 - 138pp
    Too many coincidences, but fun.
  24. March 18th: Escape to Challenge by Don McQuinn - Free - 2/5 - 237pp
    Dull, poor storytelling. Almost abandoned a couple of times.
  25. March 23rd: A Quiet Life in the Country by T. E. Kinsey - £0.99 - 4/5 - 191pp
    An enjoyable, quick read.
  26. March 24th: The Canterbury Murders by E. M. Powell - £0.99 - 5/5 - 270pp
    Excellent historical murder mystery
  27. March 24th: Provenance by Ann Leckie - £0.99 - 5/5 - 279pp
    Excellent far future SF
  28. March 25th: King of Ashes by Raymond E. Feist - £1.49 - 5/5 - 392pp
    Excellent epic fantasy
  29. March 27th: Fatal Voyage by Kathy Reichs - £0.99 - 5/5 - 327pp
    Very good procedural murder mystery with a forensic anthropologist
  30. March 29th: Flashman by George MacDonald Fraser - £0.99 - 5/5 - 255pp
    Splendid adventure with a cowardly villain.
  31. April 1st: A Christmas to Remember by Anton du Beke - £0.99 - 4/5 - 336pp
    Fun, light historical drama with ballroom dancing.
  32. April 3rd: Galaxy's Edge #3 edited by Mike Resnick - £0.40 - 3/5 - 283pp
    OK, but the best bits are reprints, and I'm not interested in the reviews or the serial.
  33. April 4th: The Last Day by Andrew Hunter Murray - £0.99 - 3/5 - 310pp
    Unconvincing in almost every respect.
  34. April 5th: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman - £1.39 - 5/5 - 181pp
    Brilliant. A wonderful book. Go and read it.
  35. April 7th: Selected Stores by Ursula K. Le Guin Volume 2 - £0.67 - 3/5 - 316pp
    Some very good, but many not really my kind of story.
  36. April 11th: The Wrong Box by Robert Louis Stevenson - £0.02 - 1/5 - 173pp
    [ABANDONED - at 39%. I don't liek the characters and the situation isn't funny.]
  37. April 12th: B is for Burglar by Sue Grafton - Free - 4/5 - 229pp
    Good, although the plot was relatively obvious. It didn't grab my attention as much as the first one.
  38. April 16th: April Lady by Georgette Heyer - £1.20 - 5/5 - 230pp
    Frivoulous fun with authentic regency slang
  39. April 17th: A Murder of Quality by John le Carré - £0.99 - 4/5 - 153pp
    Very good murder mystery with Smiley. Goodness, le Carré hated English public schools.
  40. April 19th: Interzone #216 by TTA Press - £2.26 - - 155pp

Books added to TBR

Freebies
  1. January 5th: Some of the Best from Tor.com 2016 by Tor.com (unread)
  2. February 6th: Lestrade and the Sawdust Ring by M. J. Trow (ABANDONED)
  3. February 16: New Orleans Mourning, Skip Langdon Vol 1 by Julie Smith (read)
  4. February 24th: The Deadly Mystery of the Missing Diamonds by T. E. Kinsey (read)
  5. March 6th: Axe Man's Jazz, Skip Langdon 2 by Julie Smith (read)
  6. March 6th: Jazz Funeral, Skip Langdon 3 by Julie Smith (unread)
  7. March 6th: Death Before Facebook, Skip Langdon 4 by Julie Smith (unread)
  8. March 6th: House of Blues, Skip Langdon 5 by Julie Smith (unread)
  9. March 6th: Kindness of Strangers, Skip Langdon 6 by Julie Smith (unread)
  10. March 6th: Crescent City Connection, Skip Langdon 7 by Julie Smith (unread)
  11. March 6th: 82 Desire, Skip Langdon 8 by Julie Smith (unread)
  12. March 6th: Mean Woman Blues, Skip Langdon 9 by Julie Smith (unread)
  13. April 21st: Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (unread)

Bought

Analysis
TBR: 844
Books read: 39 (including 10 freebies, 0 re-reads, 2 abandoned)
Books otherwise removed from TBR pile: 57 (1 read previously, 56 discarded)

Books removed from TBR pile: 96
Books added to TBR pile: 39 (including 13 freebies, 0 omnibus counted as 0)
Removed/Added: 2.50
Net reduction for 2021: 57

Non-free books read: 29 (including 0 re-reads)
Total cost of books read: £26.71
Average cost of books read: £0.92

Non-free books bought: 26 (including 0 omnibus counted as 0)
Total cost of books bought: £29.90
Average cost of books bought: £1.15


Rating System:
1: Bad.
2: Poor. (Or just not to my taste.)
3: Satisfactory.
4: Good.
5: Excellent.

Pages are as given by the ADE algorithm in Calibre, or from the Amazon web page.
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#4  Luffy 12-20-2020, 10:43 AM
36/40

Currently reading



Beowulf




Read

01. 01st January 2021 Red Velvet Revenge (Cupcake Bakery Mystery, #4) 4/5 stars

02. 02nd January 2021 Going, Going, Ganache (Cupcake Bakery Mystery #5) 4/5 stars

03. 02nd January 2021 Chocolate Surprise & Murder (An Oceanside Cozy Mystery #41) 1/5 stars

04. 04th January 2021 Rhythm of War (The Stormlight Archive, #4) 1/5 stars

05. 08th January 2021 Fleshmarket Close (Inspector Rebus #15) 2/5 stars

06. 10th January 2021 Mardi Gras Murder (Cajun Country Mystery, #4) 2/5 stars

07. 17th January 2021 The Mysterious Benedict Society (The Mysterious Benedict Society, #1) 3/5 stars

08. 21st January 2021 Pride and Prejudice 5/5 stars

09. 21st January 2021 Berried in the Past (Cranberry Cove #5) 2/5 stars

10. 26th January 2021 Moscow Rules (Gabriel Allon, #8) 2/5 stars

11. 28th January 2021 A.B.C. contre Poirot (Hercule Poirot #13) 1/5 stars

12. 31st January 2021 An Old Chester Secret 4/5 stars

13. 03rd February 2021 Iced to Death (A Gourmet De-Lite Mystery, #3) 1/5 stars

14. 05th February 2021 Pretzel Pizza Murder (Papa Pacelli's Pizzeria, #15) 4/5 stars

15. 11th February 2021 Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories 4/5 stars

16. 13th February 2021 Revenge in Rubies (Harriet Gordon Mystery #2) 2/5 stars

17. 16th February 2021 Nightfall and Other Stories 5/5 stars

18. 19th February 2021 Five on a Treasure Island (Famous Five, #1) 3/5 stars

19. 22nd February 2021 Parmesan Pizza Murder (Papa Pacelli's Pizzeria, #16) 5/5 stars

20. 24th February 2021 Three to Conquer 5/5 stars

21. 25th February 2021 The Well of Ascension (Mistborn, #2) 1/5 stars

22. 27th February 2021 Hold Tight (Harlan Coben) 2/5 stars

23. 01st March 2021 The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia, #6) 5/5 stars

24. 03rd March 2021 Death of a Prankster (Hamish Macbeth #7) 5/5 stars

25. 04th March 2021 Bloodsucking Fiends (A Love Story, #1) 3/5 stars

26. 04th March 2021 The Horse and His Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5) 1/5 stars

27. 07th March 2021 Breakfast Pizza Murder (Papa Pacelli's Pizzeria #17) 1/5 stars

28. 15th March 2021 Death of a Glutton (Hamish Macbeth, #8) 3/5 stars

29. 19th March 2021 Murder in Aspen Notch (An Aspen Notch Mystery #1) 4/5 stars

30. 21st March 2021 Survivor Type 3/5 stars

31. 24th March 2021 Death of a Travelling Man (Hamish Macbeth, #9) 2/5 stars

32. 26th March 2021 The Chewing Gum Rescue And Other Stories 5/5 stars

33. 27th March 2021 The Maharani's Pearls (Bess Crawford, #6.5) 2/5 stars

34. 04th April 2021 The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey (The Mysterious Benedict Society, #2) 4/5 stars

35. 07th April 2021 Four Classic Alex Delaware Thrillers (Alex Delaware, #4, 7-9) 2/5 stars

36. 13th April 2021 The Age of Faith (The Story of Civilization #4) 3/5 stars
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#5  astrangerhere 12-20-2020, 10:46 AM
Length Goals:
Substantive Goals:
BOOKS 24 of 75
Spoiler Warning below







1. Takekurabe by Natsu Higuchi
2. The Incindiaries by R.O. Kwon (dropped)
3. Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
4. Claudine by Riyoko Ikeda
5. Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 by Madeline Albright
6. City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett
7. Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories by Agatha Christie
8. Paper Girls, Book One by Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang
9. Paper Girls, Book Two by Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang
10. Paper Girls, Book Three by Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang
11. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
12. City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett
13. Gently French by Alan Hunter
14. The Late Monsieur Gallet by Georges Simenon
15. Gently in Trees by Alan Hunter
16. Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie
17. Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie
18. City of Miracles by Robert Jackson Bennett
19. All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot
20. The Waves by Virginia Woolf
21. Black as He's Painted by Ngaio Marsh
22. Gently With Love by Alan Hunter
23. The Last Chronicle of Barset by Anthony Trollope
24. Ammonite by Nicola Griffith



SHORT STORIES 20 of 52
Spoiler Warning below







1. The Million Dollar Bond Robbery by Agatha Christie
2. Roman Fever by Edith Wharton
3. God's Fools by Mary Roberts Rinehart
4. The Flight of Betsey Lane by Sarah Orne Jewett
5. A Jury of Her Peers by Susan Glaspell
6. The Queen of Spades by Alexander Pushkin
7. Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie
8. The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane
9. The Gospel According to Joan by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
10. Hop-Frog by Edgar Allen Poe
11. The Outsider by HP Lovecraft
12. The Horror at Red Hook by HP Lovecraft
13. A Little Journey by Ray Bradbury
14. Bliss by Katherine Mansfield
15. Marriage a-la Mode by Katherine Mansfield
16. Un Morso doo Pang by Edna Ferber
17. The Second Gong by Agatha Christie
18. Wireless by Agatha Christie
19. The Book by HP Lovecraft
20. Desiree's Baby by Kate Chopin



BOOKS SELECTED BY MY WIFE
4 of 10
Spoiler Warning below







1. City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett
2. Paper Girls, Books One, Two and Three by Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang
3. City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett
4. City of Miracles by Robert Jackson Bennett
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#6  rfog 12-20-2020, 12:59 PM
# Listado de libros leídos en 2021

My goal: read Pratchett and some old Pulps

## January
1. El "Chancellor" - Verne
2. Komarr - Vorkosigan 16 - Bujold
3. Los condenados de Song-Song - Basureros del Espacio I - Rick Solaris
4. Duelo en plantea rojo - Basureros del Espacio II - Rick Solaris
5. El satélite H-30 no contesta - Basureros del Espacio III - Curtis Garland
6. El cometa sin rumbo - Basureros del Espacio IV - Lem Ryan
7. Las mazmorras de Saturno - Basureros del Espacio V - Curtis Garland
8. El motín del "Galaxia" - Basureros del Espacio VI - Clark Carrados
9. Una tumba en Neptuno - Basureros del Espacio VII - Néstor Alcón
10. La órbita mortal - Basureros del Espacio VIII - Andreu Martín
11. La astronave fantasma - Basureros del Espacio IX - Rick Solaris
12. Rebelión en Urano - Basureros del Espacio X - Rick Solaris
13. Ultimátum a la Tierra - Basureros del Espacio XI - Rick Solaris
14. El astronauta solitario - Basureros del Espacio XII - Rick Solari s
15. Atmósfera de muerte - Basureros del Espacio (y) XIII - Rick Solaris
16. Pulp Magazine 3 - VVAA
17. Misterio en la Antártida - Larry Winters
18. Cosmos - Carl Sagan
18. Intriga galáctica - El Orden Estelar IV - A. Thorkent
19. La historia de tu vida - Ted Chiang
20. Cuentos varios - Charles Dickens
21. El vigésimo séptimo día - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa I, IV - John Mantley
22. Los liberados - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa I, y V - Dan Morgan
23. Las voces del tiempo - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa II, I - Ballard
24. El mundo sumergido - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa II, II - Ballard
25. Billenium - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa II, III - Ballard
26. Telepatía - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa II, IV - Arthur Sellings
27. Hoy es el futuro - Ciencia Ficción Inglesa II, y V - F. G. Rayer
28. Salambó - Flaubert
29. !Que las matematicas te acompanen! - Clara Grima Ruiz
30. El Cometa - Carl Sagan

## February

30. Bouvard y Pécuchet - Flaubert
31. Las claves de Julio Verne - Guillermo Gomez Paz
32. Cuentos - Flaubert
- Memorias de un loco
- Tres cuentos
- Bibliomanía
33. Nostromo - Conrad
34. Lord Jim - Conrad
35. Narrativa breve completa - Conrad
36. El país de las pieles - Verne
37. La locura de Almayer - Conrad
38. Lengua materna - Suzette Elgin

## March
39. Azogue - Ciclo Barroco I - Stephenson
40. La Confusión - Ciclo Barroco II - Stephenson
41. El agente secreto - Conrad
42. El pirata - Conrad
43. Novela de ajedrez - Zweig
44. Línea de fuego - Pérez-Reverte
45. Acceso al mañana - Ciencia ficción inglesa III-I - VVAA
46.


## Other
1. El aniversario de Asterix y Obelix - Comic
2. Revista Literaria Novelas y Cuentos - Antonio González Lejárraga
3. Jules Verne dans Le Figaro Illustré - Ariel Pérez

## Not read
- Martín Paz - Verne (skipped)
- Galaxias como granos de arena - CF Inglesa I, I (by Skimming, boring)
- En el lento morir de la tierra (Invernáculo) - CF Inglesa I, II (read recently)
- Viaje sin retorno (La nave estelar) - CF Inglesa I, III (read recently)
- Santuario - Faulkner - Truño
- EL ruido y la furia - Faulkner - Truño
- Mientras agonizo - Faulkner - Truño
- El espejo del mar - Conrad - No es novela y aburrido
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#7  issybird 12-20-2020, 01:23 PM
I’m going to limit my objectives for 2021 in hopes that the fewer, the likelier I’ll achieve them. The past few years have been characterized by mostly fails other than total books read.

I will set my usual benchmark, not a goal, of 120 books read.

I’ll read a non-fiction book a month about the Dark Ages or the Middle Ages.

This one’s something of a stretch, but I’d like to read a play a week, rounding to 50 over the course of the year. I reserve the right to end it early with honor if I hit the wall at the half year mark, or cut it back to two per month. Because that’s a lot of plays.

^^I’m abandoning this; it didn’t happen.

I’d like to make some inroads into my GR WTR, let’s say six books, which is 20% of the current number. I’m keeping it low because the reality is that most of those titles have languished for years and while I want to read them, it seems evident I don’t want to read them, not enough.

As always I link to Goodreads because I’m lazy. I won’t bother to create a link to my WTR, as my success will be measured by absence.

And that’s it, although I reserve the right to tweak, especially if I start off the year falling into an unforeseen topic.
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#8  Dazrin 12-20-2020, 03:33 PM
I'm going to reduce my goal to 6,000 pages for 2021, an average of 500 per month. With my dedicated reading time completely gone this should be possible but will be much more difficult than in past years.


Page Goal: Read 6,000 pages in 2021.
Status as of April 12: 4,688 pages read, 24 books/short stories completed.


Current and Upcoming Book(s):Completed books:
Spoiler Warning below






Ordered by finish date
  1. The Ruins of Gorlan (Ranger's Apprentice 1) - John Flanagan
  2. The Burning Bridge (Ranger's Apprentice 2) - John Flanagan
  3. Tales from the Folly (Rivers of London anthology) - Ben Aaronovitch
  4. The Queen of Spades - Alexander Pushkin - Classic Tales Podcast #715
  5. The Tragedy in the Forest of Morgues - Maurice Leblanc - Classic Tales Podcast #714
  6. The Icebound Land (RA 3) - John Flanagan
  7. The Battle for Skandia (RA 4) - John Flanagan
  8. The Reluctant Dragon - Kenneth Grahame - Classic Tales Podcast #712
  9. Silver Door Diner - Bishop Garrison - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  10. Prodigal Son (Orphan X 6) - Gregg Hurwitz
  11. The Sorcerer of the North (RA5) - John Flanagan
  12. The Siege of Macindaw (RA6) - John Flanagan
  13. Alluvial Deposits - Percival Everett - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  14. The Regression Test - Wole Talabi - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  15. A Wizard of Earthsea - Ursula Le Guin
  16. The Tombs of Atuan - Ursula Le Guin
  17. Tehanu - Ursula Le Guin
  18. Killer of Kings - Anjali Sachdeva - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  19. Freehold - Michael Z. Williamson
  20. Salt - Rosemary Melchior - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  21. An Equal Share of the Bone - Karen Osborne - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  22. Getaway - Nicole Kornher-Stace - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  23. The Striped Chest - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - LeVar Burton Reads podcast
  24. Monster Hunter International - Larry Correia

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Other list posts: 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011
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#9  PurpleStar 12-20-2020, 07:10 PM
I guess I'll say read 20 books again and hopefully more than that! I'll keep track here as well as Goodreads. Hopefully I'll read more per month than I have been!!!!

January:

1. One by One by Ruth Ware
2. Star Trek: Agents of Influence by Dayton Ward.

February:

3. Battle Ground by Jim Butcher
4. All the Colors of Night by Jayne Ann Krentz
5. The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

March:

6. The Consuming Fire by John Scalzi
7. The Last Emperox by John Scalzi
8. Dead as a Door Knocker Diane Kelly
April:


May:


June:


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August:


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October:


November:


December:
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#10  library addict 12-21-2020, 01:45 AM
I have a mix of reading goals for 2021, including:
  1. Read a complete series by a new-to-me author
  2. Finish reading two completed series I’ve started but let slide
  3. Pick 10 “Must Read” books for the year from my huge digital TBR mountain (not including any new releases)

January 2021
Read 23 books.

February 2021
Read 31 books.
Finished The Nutshell Challenge ~ Round One

March 2021
Read 22 books.
Finished The Tried-and-True Challenge ~ Round One

April 2021

May 2021

June 2021

July 2021

August 2021

September 2021

October 2021

November 2021

December 2021
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