This year I challenged myself to read at least 35 books. Last year it was 25 and I was three books short. I want to read more in 2015 and for that, I need to make time for this activity. I won't lie; it is quite hard sometimes. Between work, trying to write my first novel, classes which will begin soon, and other hobbies I want to dedicate myself to (drawing, baking, yarn work...), carving out a time to read will be quite challenging. But I want to try. Sometimes I wonder how Sophie gets to read so many books each month. It's quite impressive, to say the least. I know, I know, I shouldn't compare my reading speed to others'. It's hard not to, wouldn't you agree? Anyway, here are six books I want to read by end of February:


#1 Living With Intent by Mallika Chopra
#2 The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg
#3 The Missing One by Lucy Atkins
#4 The Mystical Backpacker by Hannah Papp
#5 The Gift by Cecelia Ahern
#6 The Empty Chair by Bruce Wagner


This year I challenged myself to read at least 35 books. Last year it was 25 and I was three books short. I want to read more in 2015 and for that, I need to make time for this activity. I won't lie; it is quite hard sometimes. Between work, trying to write my first novel, classes which will begin soon, and other hobbies I want to dedicate myself to (drawing, baking, yarn work...), carving out a time to read will be quite challenging. But I want to try. Sometimes I wonder how Sophie gets to read so many books each month. It's quite impressive, to say the least. I know, I know, I shouldn't compare my reading speed to others'. It's hard not to, wouldn't you agree? Anyway, here are six books I want to read by end of February:


#1 Living With Intent by Mallika Chopra
#2 The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg
#3 The Missing One by Lucy Atkins
#4 The Mystical Backpacker by Hannah Papp
#5 The Gift by Cecelia Ahern
#6 The Empty Chair by Bruce Wagner

2 comments

  1. I have not read any of these books but I'd love to read more too. I'd already be proud of myself if I read these in a year... Yes, spending too much time online these days.

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  2. haha that does become a problem for reading regularly! I am guilty of that too! I need to find a way to cut down my online time and tune into the world of offline words :)

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