2018: A Reading Party

sheworksinthelibrary
2 min readJun 2, 2020

In 2017 I resolved to ‘read more’. Enter, Year 33: A Reading List. On Dec 31, 2017 the discovery that I was one of the 8% of people to actually keep their new year’s resolutions inspired a resolution party for one, and, so, the #2018readingparty reading list was born!

A reading party is the best type of party!

And, let’s be honest, anything with the word “party” at the end of it automatically becomes fun!

Here’s what I read in 2018:

  1. The Museum of Modern Love — Heather Rose
  2. Want to feel calm and confident — Shannah Kennedy
  3. Essential. Essays by The Minimalists — Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus​
  4. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone — J.K. Rowling
  5. Deep Work — Cal Newport
  6. The Lost Flowers of Alice Heart — Holly Ringland
  7. The Eyre Affair — Jasper Fforde
  8. I’ll Take Australia — Georg Lindström & David Martin
  9. Heart Talk — Cleo Wade
  10. 1984 — George Orwell
  11. Crazy Rich Asians — Kevin Kwan
  12. Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World — Haruki Murakami
  13. She Regrets Nothing — Andrea Dunlop
  14. The Huey’s In The New Jumper — Oliver Jeffers
  15. Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead — Sheryl Sandberg
  16. The Paris Seamstress — Natasha Lester
  17. Boys Will Be Boys — Clementine Ford
  18. The Power of Moments — Chip Heath and Dan Heath
  19. I’ll Give You the Sun — Jandy Nelson
  20. China Rich Girlfriend — Kevin Kwan

CURRENTLY READING: The Awakened Woman — Dr. Tererai Trent

The Awakened Woman by Dr. Tererai Trent

Thank you for the memories #2018readingparty — it was fun! As always, please share your book recommendations in the comments below.

Latest Update: 15 January 2019

*originally published 18 January 2018 via The Lady Edison

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