22 Books Read

I am now halfway through my reading challenge goal for the year--just in time for the halfway point of the year :-)

Here's what I've read since March, when I finished book 11:

12. Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert. Non-fiction/Inspirational/Art/Writing. 4 stars.

13. Never Let Me Go by Kazoo Ishiguro. Fiction/Science Fiction/Dystopian/Literary. 3 stars.

14. The Edge of Lost by Kristina McMorris. Fiction/Historical Fiction/Mystery/Twentieth Century/Ireland/New York/Alcatraz. 4 stars.

15. Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn. Fiction/Historical Romance/Georgian/England. 2 stars.

16. Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War by Heather Webb, Hazel Gaynor, Beatriz Williams, Jennifer Robson, Jessica Brockmole, Kate Kerrigan, Evangeline Holland, Lauren Willig, Marci Jefferson. Fiction/Historical Fiction/Anthology/Short Stories/Romance/World War I. 4 stars.

17. The Duchess War by Courtney Milan. Fiction/Historical Romance/Victorian/ England. 4 stars.

18. Dracula by Bram Stoker. Fiction/Classics/Fantasy/Horror/Supernatural/19th century. 2 stars.

19. The Heiress Effect by Courtney Milan. Fiction/Historical Romance/Victorian/England. 3 stars.

20. Daughters of the Samurai: A Journey from East to West and Back by Janice P. Nimura. Non-fiction/History/Women's History/Japan/United States/19th Century. 5 stars.

21. The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan. Fiction/Historical Romance/Victorian/ England. 4 stars.

22. Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body's Most Underrated Organ by Giulia Enders and Jill Enders. Non-fiction/Science/Biology/Human Body/Medicine/Health. 3 stars.

So, what are you all reading? What's on your to-be-read list?


  1. Gasp! You didn't like Dracula?!! The horror!!

    Kidding. Lol! I read this in high school. Very difficult book to get through as a teenager, but I liked it a little bit. Excited to see that you read it! I'm so surprised. :)

    Congratulations on making it to the halfway point AND at the halfway point in the year!! Very cool. ^_^

    1. I expected Dracula to be...more Dracula, less Van Helsing? Also, I expected more scary but should've known better, since it was written in the 1890s.

      It was free on Kindle and I wanted to read something different to my usual. It's the advantage of keeping track of what you read :-)


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