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Not Quite a Year in Books

December 28, 2022

I’ll likely finish a few more books before the year officially ends, but it’s close enough to 2023 to reflect on my 2022 reading. I gave up Goodreads this year in favor of just using StoryGraph, and I haven’t missed that part of the Amazon ecosystem. I haven’t double checked my data entry yet, but I’m confident that it’s mostly correct so I can say that I’ll finish this year having read fewer titles and fewer pages than last year, though I have already surpassed my titles goal of 60. (For at least the second year in a row, I’ll fall short of my pages goal of 25,000.) Romance novels dominate, as I’ve tasked myself with reading at least one title mentioned in each episode of the Fated Mates podcast, something that’s been ongoing for a while and will continue (I’m about a season behind right now). I’m good with that. I need comfort in my reading to balance out the discomfort out in the world.

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On this date in 2021: Girls and Boys
2020: The Topside of Clouds
2019: The Good Kind of Clingy
2018: November Road Trip
2017: Still Flickring
2016: Gettin’ Out of Dodge
2015: Today’s Molehill
2014: Drinking Chocolate
2013: Best Laid Plans
2012: My Mother, The Flapper
2011: Sock Monkey Makes a Friend
2010: Sock Monkey Tries the Dyson Airblade
2009: Monday, Monday
2008: New Toy
2007: Possibilities
2006: A Body in Motion
2005: Winter Count—November
2004: The Quilt That Isn’t
2003: No entry
2002: No entry



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One Comment
  1. John S. Says:

    Sounds like a pretty good year!

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