22/22, 23/23, and 24/24 The Cavendon Women, The Cavendon Luck, and Secrets of Cavendon by Barbara Taylor Bradford
25/25 The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary
26/26 The Woman Before Wallis: A Novel of Windsors, Vanderbilts and Royal Scandal by Bryn Turnbull
27/27, 28/28, 29/29, 30/30, 31/31, and 32/32 Agatha Raisin and the Curious Curate, and the Haunted House, and the Deadly Dance, and the Perfect Paragon, and Love, Lies and Liquor, and Kissing Christmas Goodbye by M. C. Beaton
33/33 The Land Beneath Us by Sarah Sundin (Book #3 in the Sunrise at Normandy Series)
34/34 Royal by Danielle Steel
I have to remember to move things over from What Are You Reading Right Now? to 20+ in 20 when I'm done!
37/37 Agatha Raisin There Goes the Bride by M. C. Beaton - that's the last of my set of 20 books I bought - I thought it was the end but when I went to Amazon to find a link for this latest book, I found that #31 is being published in November 2020. That means I have #21-31 still to read! I really enjoy them, she's a flamboyant character and they are quick and easy, perfect bus-reading books.
My Goal was to read 24 books this year but I did not make it. For a few months I just stopped reading. When the pandemic started I read a ton.
Here is what I read this year:
* Where the Crawdads Sing- Della Owens
* Heat Wave-This was by a British Author, I will have to get her name
* Cyclone- This was an Amazon Prime free book that my book club read. (Can't remember the author)
* Daughters of the Lake- Wendy Webb (book Club)
* A Separate Peace- John Knowles
* Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine- Gail Honeyman
* The Library Book- Susan Orlean
* The 7.5 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle- Stuart Turton
* An Absolutely Remarkable Thing- Hank Green
* All Adults Here- Emma Straub
I have a book I am in the middle of so I anticipate I will finish it before the year ends.
My personal list says i've reached my goal of 50 books, but what i've posted here doesn't match. I need to see what I have forgotten to include in my list here. I always try to up my goal from whatever I read the year before. Like Katrina, I too found it was harder to read this year with everything going on. I read the majority of my books from the beginning to the middle of the year before I started student teaching for sure. I think i'll be able to finish my current read before year's end so that will get added to the list as well.