Reading: 2013

Here is a selection of books I have enjoyed reading in 2013, organized into several broad categories.

My goal was to read 50 books this year, and I made it to 54.  There was a lot of variety, and I found many unexpected treasures in the library’s digital collection.   Score!


Living well








Author: Kate Morton

Friday Night Knitting Club series

Fiction on Audible
These are duplicates of some fiction titles listed above but are worth mentioning separately as this is how I actually “read” the book and the narration was very good.


Disclaimer: Clicking on the images will take you to Amazon or Audible, where you can read more about a book and buy it if you choose.  If you purchase through this link  the vendors will share a small portion of the sale price with me (without it, they would be getting free advertising!).  It’s the company’s way of thanking me for recommending the book to my readers, and a great way for you to support the work I do on this site.  Whether you purchase through my links or check ’em out of the library, I hope you enjoy the books as much as I did! 

2 thoughts on “Reading: 2013

  1. Wow! Impressed! Would be great in some way, if you have not already done so in a spreadsheet, rate the books you read. Would be interested which memoirs you enjoyed most. Looking forward to it all and all the best for your blog!
    Love, M &M

    1. Great idea! I eventually plan to provide comments on each of the books (or at least those going forward). For now, just know that I enjoyed them all. There were numerous others that I started during the year and abandoned. They are not included on the reading list. The stand-out memoir for me this year was My Beloved World , by Justice Sotomayor. Her life story is inspiring and she recounts it beautifully.

      What have you been reading?

      And thanks for the support! I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the blog so far.


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