(Follow the challenge here.)
I don’t know how a gossip blog led me to a book club that actually helps me to accomplish goals and read a decent amount in a year, but here we are. This is my reading list for the rest of the year. (And yes, I know it’s May)
April – Passenger (Currently Reading)
May – The Little Stranger (TBR)
June – My Brilliant Friend (TBR)
July – Pride (TBR)
August – Hide (TBR)
September – Beauty Queens (TBR)
October – Transcription (TBR)
November – How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You (TBR)
December – TBD
I’ve posted what I’m currently reading, as well as what I’ve already done this year on the books page. If anyone wants to coordinate reading any of these books during the same time I’m reading them, maybe we can do something on twitter or in the comments. Or if you want to chime in with your reading goals or plans, go for it. I’d also love to hear what you’re loving or hating.
Yes, I’m super behind in my reading because I got overly ambitious and picked three books to read for the March theme (non-fiction) while I was on a work trip to a place without a television. I’m still also currently reading one of the March books, but I’m nearing the end, which is a good thing because I am not loving it. I also don’t know what I’m going to read for December for the award-winning theme since we’re still in the first half of the year and it’s a little early to pick.
Also, a small caveat: I’m not sure my August book actually qualifies for the theme but I won’t know if it fits until I’ve read it. However, Lisa Gardner books go fast and I should be able to pick up something else if that doesn’t work.