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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

My Year in Books 2019 | Jesha is a Bookworm

My Year in Books. It was awesome. I read a lot this year. It wasn't easy trying to read my goal but I was able to do it. Some short books here and there to tie me over but I am pleased with myself. It wasn't a year of exploring new authors but a year of seeing where my taste in books is. The genre of books and types I read were in the same sphere composed to previous years where I read anything I could get my hands on. All in all it was a fine and concrete year.


This is the image from my Goodreads.

I wanted to write them but there was 153 books. That's a lot of books to tackle so I just took a photo of the books that I read this year.

My favorite is Sleepless in Scotland by Karen Hawkins followed closely by A Scotsman in Love by Karen Ranney. Least favorite read of the year is Am I Normal Yet by Holly Bourne which I would honestly review in the future.








2 comments:

  1. So much romance! I'm not that into historical romance but what are your recommendations for contemporary romance?

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    1. For some reason the reply I sent for this one was mixed with another one so I'm reply again. I didn't actually read a lot of contemporary romance last year and I'm sure I read some the year before that but nothing jumps out of my mind. I liked One Night Rodeo and Wrangled and Tangled by Lorelei James but I don't know if I'd recommend that. Maybe if you like a well written and realistic book Married for Christmas by Noelle Adams was an enjoyable read. I should probably read some contemporary this year since I decided to broaden my horizon.

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