The volume of my reading last year was on the low end of average. I read about 85 books, slightly lower than my usual two books a week. I’m aiming to boost that number in 2023 but we’ll see. I want to increase my writing output, I have an overhaul in mind for a section of the garden, and I have plans to study and travel this year too. So many opportunities . . . and so many books to read! In fact, six of the books I’d requested from the library arrived all at once last week, so the year is off to a good start that way. Here’s what I’m reading this month:
Bruno, Chief of Police by Martin Walker
Mastering the Art of French Eating: Lessons in Food & Love From a Year in Paris by Ann Mah
Sensitive is the New Strong by Anita Moorjani
Books read to date in 2023: 4
4 thoughts on “My January Reads”
85 books is a lot of books to read. Well done. I’m a slow reader so I was happy to have read about 46. One of them was war and Peace so I think that should count for about 3, don’t you?
War and Peace should count for at least three, Darlene! And I think 46 books a year is a darned good number, too.
I’m always impressed with how many books you read! I love to read, but don’t get through nearly that many. However, I have several on my iPad that I’m looking forward to reading when we are away.
I hope you have some fantastic books to read when you’re gone, Debra. I love reading when I’m away!