2023 Reading List

A few months into 2022, I not only lacked a goal, but reading was challenging. My focus was shot. Wrestling with burnout was reflected in the types of books I read in 2022 and the number of abandoned books (way more than what I finished). In 2023, I’m looking forward to reading several memoirs, not to mention books about film and creativity. I’m open to surprises and the joy of reading.

Notes:

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  • Some of these books were started in the previous year.
  • Here are my previous reading lists.
  • If there is a book you think I would love, let me know.

January (12)

  1. The Artist’s Journey: The Wake of the Hero’s Journey and the Lifelong Pursuit of Meaning by Steven Pressfield
  2. 21st Birthday (Women’s Murder Club, No 21) by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
  3. 22 Seconds (Women’s Murder Club, No 22) by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
  4. Undistracted: Capture Your Purpose. Rediscover Your Joy. by Bob Goff
  5. Along Came A Spider (Alex Cross, No 1) by James Patterson
  6. Kiss the Girls (Alex Cross, No 2) by James Patterson
  7. Jack & Jill (Alex Cross, No 3) by James Patterson
  8. Cat & Mouse (Alex Cross, No 4) by James Patterson
  9. Pop Goes the Weasel (Alex Cross, No 5) by James Patterson
  10. Roses Are Red (Alex Cross, No 6) by James Patterson
  11. Violets Are Blue (Alex Cross, No 7) by James Patterson
  12. Four Blind Mice (Alex Cross, No 8) by James Patterson

February (1)

  1. The Lives of Brian: A Memoir by Brian Johnson

Updated February 3, 2023