2021 Reading List

My reading list format worked great for me last year. It provided me a focused selection of books to be read. The list also allowed me the freedom to choose between fiction and non-fiction, light reads and more challenging reads. I am repeating it again this year. I have twenty-four books in my lineup, I will read at least fifteen this year.

2 thoughts on “2021 Reading List

  1. Interesting list. For people in Alberta and Saskatchewan, who are interested in local history, I recommend “Empire of Dust” by David C Jones. It’s not long but it’s really an eye opener. I had no idea that people is certain regions of the province suffered so much because they were let to believe that there’s great farming in the dry lands. This happened before the great drought and depression of the 30s. Just my quick suggestion. Cheers.

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