Books I’ve Read 2018

I started 2018 strong with some self-improvement books and then suddenly all I wanted to do was read Margaret Atwood. So much Margaret. I’ve decided to try and read more fiction this year as a replacement for tv. Hit me up with some reccies if you want.

1491 Charles C Mann
A Clash of Kings George RR Martin
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Mark Twain
A Feast for Crows* George RR Martin
A Game of Thrones* George RR Martin
A Higher Loyalty James Comey
A Man Called Ove* Frederik Backman
A Storm of Swords George RR Martin
A Tale for the Time Being Ruth Ozeki
After the Quake Haruki Murakami
All the Single Ladies Rebecca Traister
Always Lindsay Sands
American Gods* Neil Gaiman
American Grown Michelle Obama
And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer Frederik Backman
Assholes: A Theory Aaron James
At Home with Madame Chic Jennifer L Scott
Beartown Frederik Backman
Being A Dog Alexandra Horowitz
Bliss Lindsay Sands
Catherine the Great Robert C Massie
Cat’s Eye Margaret Atwood
Caught Between the Dog and the Fireplug Kenneth Ashworth
City Management: Keys to Success Orville Powell
Code Girls Liza Mundy
Conviction: The Untold Story of Putting Jodi Arias Behind Bars Juan Martinez
Dark Places Gillian Flynn
Destiny’s Captive Beverly Jenkins
Doing Harm Maya Dusenberry
Double Cup Love Eddie Huang
Elizabeth: The Forgotten Years John Guy
Everything You Love Will Burn Vegas Tenold
Facism; A Warning Madeline Albright
Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury
Falling for the Highlands Lindsay Sands
Fire and Fury Michael Wolff
Fried Green Tomatoes Fannie Flagg
Gibraltar Roy Adkins
Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America Michael Ruhlman
Hidden Figures Margot Lee Shetterly
How Bernie Won Jeff Weaver
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark Michelle McNamara
In Our Time Ernest Hemingway
In the Midst of Winter Isabel Allende
Island Beneath the Sea Isabel Allende
It’s Even Worse Than We Thought David Cay Johnston
Just the Funny Parts Nell Scovell
Love Rules Joanna Coles
MaddAddam Margaret Atwood
Meditations Marcus Aurelius
Natural Causes: The Epidemic of Wellness Barbara Ehrenreich
Notes on a Foreign Country Suzy Hansen
Oryx and Crake Margaret Atwood
Polish Your Poise Jennifer L Scott
Push Sapphire
Scandanavians Robert Ferguson
Seeds of Hope Jane Goodall
Sex Object Jessica Valenti
Sharp Michelle Dean
Sourdough Robin Sloan
Still Foolin’ Em Billy Crystal
Thanks Obama David Litt
The 5 Love Languages Gary Chapman
The Bitter Side of Sweet Tara Sullivan
The Devil Wears Prada Lauren Weisberger
The Devotion of Suspect X Keigo Higashino
The Evolution of Beauty Richard O. Prum
The Food Explorer Daniel Stone
The Four Tendencies Gretchen Rubin
The Girl on the Velvet Swing Simon Baatz
The Girl Who Escaped ISIS Farida Khalaf
The Grownup* Gillian Flynn
The Heart Goes Last Margaret Atwood
The Last Black Unicorn Tiffany Haddish
The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck Sarah Knight
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up Marie Kondo
The Little Book of Hygge Meik Wiking
The Little Book of Lykke Meik Wiking
The National Parks Dayton Duncan
The Polish Boxer Eduardo Halfon
The Reality Based Rules of the Workplace Cy Wakeman
The Robber Bride Margaret Atwood
The Romanovs Simon Seabag Montefiore
The Stowaway Laurie Gwen Shapiro
The True Flag Stephen Kinzer
The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead
The Winter of Our Discontent John Steinbeck
The Year of the Flood Margaret Atwood
Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud; The Rise and Rule of Unruly Women Anne Helen Peterson
Trump is Fucking Crazy Keith Olbermann
Unbelievable Katy Tur
Uncommon Type Tom Hanks
Unmentionable Therese Oneill
Victoria the Queen Julia Baird
Washington: A Life Ron Chernow
We Should All Be Feminists Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi
What Happened Hillary Rodham Clinton
What I Talk About When I Talk About Running Haruki Murakami
When Life Gives You Lululemons Lauren Weisberger
Woolly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of History’s Most Iconic Extinct Creatures Ben Mezrich
You Will Not Have My Hate Antoine Lewis

 

3 thoughts on “Books I’ve Read 2018

  1. Have you read Blind Assassin? Best Margaret Atwood novel in my opinion. If you’re into dystopian fiction and female authors, Station Eleven is fantastic and really enjoyable. Most people love it and it’s a very accessible read.

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