I absolutely adore this graphic by Goodreads that shows my year in books. Isn’t it fun? It’s also a nice big shiny way to see that I didn’t meet my modest goal of reading 10 books in 2016. Yes, I know, it’s a weak goal, but I taught two classes and had a lot of “life issues” to contend with this year so… I guess, technically, there’s still time to finish three more books. But I doubt if I will.
Here are the books that I read and reviewed:
To read my reviews, click here. I will say, hands down, my favorite book of 2016 is What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarity. In fact, I so enjoyed the novel that I’m planning to read more books by Liane Moriarity in 2017. I really enjoyed the way she explored marriage, womanhood, friendship, family dynamics, and the myriad other things that make up life. She just hit the nail on the head.
Anyway, would you like to see what else I plan to read? Check out my To Be Read in 2017 Shelf by clicking here.
What was your favorite book of 2016? Do you have any reading goals for 2017?