My 2019 Reading List

 

I have spent a portion of today putting together my 2019 reading list. I have created a reading list since 2015 and it has helped tremendously in my reading life. However, I’ve always deviate from the list and made numerous changes.  So for 2019, I plan to stick it this list and not take off any books I have chosen.  I will give myself room to add books to the list.  That’s it!  I want to see if I can stick to the list for an entire year.   Here’s my entire list (not in order of how I’m going to read the books):

  1. The Copyright Handbook by Stephen Fishman
  2. The Ivory and the Horn by Charles de Lint
  3. Let Me Be Frank With You by Richard Ford
  4. Nightwings by Robert Silverberg
  5. Ruth and the Green Book by Calvin Alexander Ramsey
  6. Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison
  7. Your First 1000 Copies by Tim Grahl
  8. The Masterpiece by Chiemeka Nicely
  9. The Story Grid by Shawn Coyne
  10. Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb
  11. Fantasy’s Othering Fetish by P. Djeli Clark
  12. Lord of Emperors by Guy Gavriel Kay
  13. The Knight by Gene Wolfe
  14. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide (3rd Edition) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  15. A Brightness Long Ago by Guy Gavriel Kay
  16. Black God’s Drums by P. Djeli Clark
  17. Memory and Dream by Charles de Lint
  18. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  19. The Villa by Nora Roberts
  20. Shadow and Betrayal by Daniel Abraham
  21. Recursion by Blake Crouch
  22. Blue Night by Simone Buchholz
  23. Little Dreamers by Vashti Harrison
  24. Go, Went, Gone by Jenny Erpenbeck
  25. Haven by Alice Munro (Short Story)
  26. Timeskip by Charles de Lint (Short Story)
  27. Islandia by Austin Tappan Wright
  28. The Mussel Feast Brigit Vanderbeke
  29. Lost Horizon by James Hilton
  30. Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison
  31. Map of Shadows by J.F. Penn
  32. Last Song Before Night by Ilana C. Myer
  33. Saint Camber by Katherine Kurtz
  34. How The Light Gets in by Louise Penny
  35. Bruno, The Chief of Police by Martin Walker

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