10 Books to Read in 2017
There is no better feeling than curling up with a good book. I plan to make 2017 the year I read a lot, it is one of my main goals for 2017. My precise goal is to read at least 10 books this year. Here is my list of 10 Books to read in 2017.
Some of the books on my list I found by browsing through my local bookstore and picking up a few book that looked interesting, some I chose from books reviews on Pinterest and some I’ve heard about for years but never got a chance to read.
1. The Hurricane Sisters, by Dorothea Benton Frank – I picked up this book from Barnes & Noble last year and I never got around to reading it.
2. The Life of Pi, by Yann Martel. I’ve heard about this book since I was a teenager and thought about reading it before. The funny thing is when I was buying it, the cashier told me that she didn’t like this book at all and said it is overrated. I asked her why and she simply said she just didn’t find it interesting.
3. The Wife, The Maid, and The Mistress, by Ariel Lawhon. I got all the way to page 61 on this book last year and I just stopped reading it; not because it wasn’t interesting but it’s just not the type of book I usually read. In 2017 however, I will give it another try.
4. Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy. This is one of those books I need to read for obvious reasons. Plus, it has gotten so much praise and good reviews that it is a must read.
5. Beloved, by Tony Morrison. I should have read this book a long time ago.
6. The Fault in Our Starts, by John Green. I have not watched the movie because I haven’t read the book yet.
7. No Country for Old Men, by Cormac McCarthy. With this book, I’m doing the opposite. I saw the movie and thought I should read the book.
8. Behind Closed Doors, by B. A. Paris. Based on the reviews I’ve read, this book sounds interesting.
9. The Beauty Myth, by Naomi Wolf. I will read this book because I can use a self-esteem boost this year.
10. The Holy Bible. Last but not least, I will spend more time this year reading the bible. I may not read the Bible from start to finish, but I will make a time slot every day dedicated to reading the Bible. I love reading the Old Testament stories and even if you’re not a religious person, you can’t deny that the Bible has some of the most captivating stories ever told.
Please let me know what’s on your reading list for 2017 below.