Last year my reading was pretty eclectic, this year feels less so. When I look at the numbers I see that 1/3 of the books I read were Chick Lit and 1/4 of the books I read were Canadian. The rest is pretty eclectic but this year certainly did feel pretty chick lit heavy, mostly because I read only that genre during the summer and a big chunk of Christmas chick lit in November and December.
Popular PostsMy most popular posts this year were:
Wait For It: The Legen-dary Story of How I Met Your Mother by Jesse McLean
Deathbed Dimes by Naomi Elana Zener
Prada and Prejudice by Katie Oliver
All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews
The Guestbook by Holly Martin
How to Get a (Love) Life by Rosie Blake
Never Google Heartbreak by Emma Garcia
All The Broken Things by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer
Stats Canada: Satire on a National Scale by @stats_canada
Kicking the Sky by Anthony De Sa
ChallengesAs I mentioned in my blogging resolutions post, I’m going to be doing less challenges next year. Every year I fail at them. This year I tried less and I didn’t have a 100% success rate. Last year I vowed not to do read-alongs and I did well with that, so hopefully my challenges resolution will stick as well.
Canadian Book Challenge - COMPLETED
Diversity on the Shelf - ALMOST COMPLETED (only 1 away)
Classics Club - SOME PROGRESS MADE
TBR Pile Challenge - NOWHERE NEAR COMPLETED
Best BooksLast week, I posted my top ten books of the year. You can find them here.
It feels like I didn’t read much non-fiction this year but this book is easy to pick as my favourite. I grew up a Montreal Expos fan and this is a love story for Expos fans. The entire history of the team, it is a great walk down memory lane. Perfect for any Expos fan or baseball lover.
That's all for me. How was your 2014?