My Year in Books 2019

My year in books
2019

This is my journey in books for 2019! 


TOTALS I read 15,935 pages across 63 books

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SHORTEST BOOK13 pagesBest Friends Foreverby Sarah Northwood LONGEST BOOK662 pages The Carrero Heart – The Journey;…by L.T. Marshall

The Carrero Heart - The Journey; Arrick & Sophie by L.T. Marshall

AVERAGE LENGTH 252 pages


MOST POPULAR 1,160,307people also read Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
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LEAST POPULAR 1 person also read The Gingerbread houses Benedict J Jones

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MY AVERAGE RATING FOR 2019 4.3 Stars

A Sorcery of Shadows by Sarah Northwood

HIGHEST RATED ON GOODREADS A Sorcery of Shadowsby Sarah Northwood 4.89 average

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My first review of the year ***** 5 STARS
A perfect gentle read. A story of new beginnings, letting going, forgiveness, love friendship and loyalty with a touch of comedy and calamity. I got so much from it it was the perfect book to start off the new year. Look forward to reading more of Tracy’s books MY 2019 BOOKS

Starlight on the Palace Pier by Tracy Corbett

The Surrogate by Louise Jensen
Autumn Sky by Helen Pryke
Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella
The Unravelling by Sarah Northwood
The Carrero Solution - Starting Over; Jake & Emma by L.T. Marshall
After I've Gone by Linda Green
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Anxiety Girl by Lacey London
Her Every Fear by Peter  Swanson
Just Rose by L.T. Marshall
Blood Sisters by Jane  Corry
A Dragonfly in Winter by Helen Pryke
The Carrero Heart  - Beginning; Arrick & Sophie by L.T. Marshall
A Random Act of Kindness by Sophie Jenkins
Secret Things and Highland Flings by Tracy Corbett
Roar by Cecelia Ahern
Forget Me Not by Claire Allan
Bridesmaids by Zara Stoneley
Spring Comes to Emmerdale by Pamela Bell
The Killing Type by Jane Corry
Three Little Lies by Laura  Marshall
The Earl's Runaway Governess by Catherine Tinley
The First Time I Saw You by Emma   Cooper
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Spring at Lavender Bay by Sarah   Bennett
The Last Thing She Told Me by Linda Green
The Tuscan Secret by Angela Petch
The Wedding Date by Zara Stoneley
Clipped Wings by Jennifer Gilmour
The Dream House by Jess Ryder
Best Friends Forever by Sarah Northwood
The Carrero Heart - The Journey; Arrick & Sophie by L.T. Marshall
The Ice Cream Parlour by Isabella May
Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
We'll Meet Again by Cathy Bramley
A Walk In The Park by Helen Pryke
The Forget-Me-Not Flower Shop by Tracy Corbett
Ragdoll by Daniel Cole
The House of Hopes and Dreams by Trisha Ashley
Walls of silence by Helen Pryke
Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl
The Mechanical Devil by Kate Ellis
The Water by Brian O'Gorman
The Lost Daughter by Sylvia Broady
Lost Solace by Karl Drinkwater
A Summer to Remember by Sue Moorcroft
A Sorcery of Shadows by Sarah Northwood
The Love Delusion by Nicola Mostyn
Four Christmases and a Secret by Zara Stoneley
Through the Wall by Caroline Corcoran
More Than Just Mum by Rebecca    Smith
Finding Ruby by J A Higgins
The Wonkiest Witch by Jeannie Wycherley
They Move Below by Karl Drinkwater
12 Days of Christmas by D.  van de Merwe
The Heart of Christmas by D. van de Merwe
Awa and the Dreamrealm by Isa Pearl Ritchie
No One Cancels Christmas by Zara Stoneley
After You Fell by J.S. Lark
Nowhere Girls by Teuta Metra

I have read some great books this year, taken part for the first time in blog tours, promoted and shouted out some amazing indie authors and started this blog. My year in books 2019 has been a great one.

My top 10 Bridesmaids, Zara Stoneley The Lost Girls, Helen Pryke Starlight on The Palace Pier, Tracey Corbett Forget me Not, Claire Allen After i’ve Gone, Linda Green A Sorcery of Shadows, Sarah Northwood A Summer To Remember, Sue Moorcroft Ragdoll, Daniel Cole Just Rose, L T Marshall and The Ice Cream Parlour, Isabella May.

Next year i don’t plan on setting myself a reading goal. I am just going to read what i wnat when i want without feeling the pressure of goals and how many can be read in a month.

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