I love books! My goal each year regarding books is actually to read more books (or as many as) than I did the previous year. Unfortunately, what’s happened is the opposite, but I’m staying positive! I was at least able to finish one book in 2016, so it’s not a completely hopeless case, right?

2017

  1. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
  2. Me Before You – JoJo Moyes
  3. Ten Things I Love About You – Julia Quinn

2016

  1. Good Omens – Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

2015

  1. This is a Book – Demetri Martin
  2. The Best Man – Kristan Higgins

2014

  1. The Fountainhead – Ayn Rand
  2. A Song of Ice and Fire Book Two: A Clash of Kings – George R. R. Martin
  3. Attachments – Rainbow Rowell
  4. Cordina’s Crown Jewel – Nora Roberts

2013

  1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – J. K. Rowling
  2. Geek Magnet – Kieran Scott
  3. Runaway – Karla Maquiling
  4. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – J.K. Rowling

2012

  1. Dancing at Midnight – Julia Quinn
  2. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
  3. Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
  4. Fifty Shades of Grey* – E L James
  5. Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins
  6. Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
  7. Kubori Strips for the Soul: 2nd Edition** – Alfredo Rosales, Michael David and Mark Navarro
  8. A Song of Ice and Fire Book One: A Game of Thrones – George R. R. Martin
  9. Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? at iba pang technique kung paano makaka-move on sa wasak na puso – Ramon Bautista
  10. The Burglar Who Dropped In On Elvis; Like a Thief in the Night: a Bernie Rhodenbarr story; The Burglar Who Smelled Smoke*** – Lawrence Block (and Lynne Wood Block)
  11. Anthem – Ayn Rand
  12. The Burglar Who Traded Ted Williams – Lawrence Block
  13. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone – J. K. Rowling

* So I skipped over some parts because they were too gross (in my opinion), but I still read most of this book until the end so I think that counts as having read it.

** I know, this is a book that contains a compilation of comic strips. But still a book! So it counts. 😀

*** So these three only count as one book because they’re actually short stories and were never printed on their own; only always as part of short story anthologies or in magazines. Though I did buy them from Amazon separately. But anyway.

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