I don’t usually do a reading list, due to the fact I like to go by what I feel like reading. However, I do own a lot of books that I still need to read, so I’m thinking if I make a list of books I want to read in the coming year, I’ll want to cross them off the list. I like crossing things off lists. Plus, there are a few books that I know I really would like to read (and some I’d like to read again).
The books I’m planning to read in the next year aren’t in any order whatsoever. Also, it’s important to note that I might not read every single one, due to new releases that come out or just not feeling like reading one of them at some point. Keep in mind I still have a few books from 2008-2009 that are sitting on my shelf that I haven’t read, but do want to read eventually.
I’m a bad person.
Anyway, here is my projected list of books that I’d like to read in 2018!
- The Future of Us – Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler (re-read)
- The Last Thing You Said – Sara Biren
- Private – Kate Brian (re-read)
- Emmy & Oliver – Robin Benway
- Not If I Save You First – Ally Carter (2018 release)
- Time Bomb – Joelle Charbonneau (re-read when released)
- The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman
- Love & War – Melissa de la Cruz (2018 release)
- The Taking – Kimberly Derting
- The Rules of Persuasion – Amity Hope
- This Heart of Mine – C.C. Hunter
- The Christian Atheist – Craig Groeschel (re-read)
- The First to Know – Abigail Johnson
- Unlocked – Karen Kingsbury
- Infinite In Between – Carolyn Mackler
- Rules of Rain – Leah Scheier
- This is What Happy Looks Like – Jennifer E. Smith
- Our Chemical Hearts – Krystal Sutherland
- Love & Luck – Jenna Evans Welch (2018 release)
- Listen to Your Heart – Kasie West (2018 release)
- Lucky In Love – Kasie West
- On the Fence – Kasie West
- The Distance Between Us – Kasie West
And that leaves two spots free for my goal of reading 25 books in 2018. Again, this is not a definite list of what I’ll read this year, but I’m going to try to stick to most of them, since most are ones that I own and haven’t read yet. The reason I’ll be re-reading a few books is because it’s been years since I’ve read them, and I’ve had the urge to read these particular ones again.
Are there any books you definitely want to read next year?