Happy 2023! Before we fully move into the new year, I want to take a moment to take one last look at the books I read in 2022.
After years and years and years of NOT keeping track of my reading, I started adding my lists to my blog a couple years ago. Here are the last three years of lists: 2020 Book List, 2021 Book List, and 2022 Book List.
As always, I borrowed a bunch of the books from the library – both in-person and the online using both Overdrive and Hoopla. I also used my Kindle Unlimited subscription a ton and downloaded many books from Amazon.
For 2022, I ended up reading a total of 112 books.
You can see the entire list of books and my mini reviews on my 2022 Book List page. For those of you looking for a short and sweet list to be added to your TBR pile, here are my top books of 2022:
- Fable and Namesake by Adrienne Young of the Fable Duo (Book #3 and #4 of 2022)
- Deconstructed by Liz Talley (Book #7 of 2022)
- Open Book by Jessica Simpson (Book #9 of 2022)
- The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary (Book #25 of 2022)
- The Sorcery & Society Book Series by Molly Harper – Changeling, Fledgling and Calling (Book #26, #27 and #28 of 2022)
- The Secret, Book & Scone Society series by Ellery Adams (Book #41, #42, #45, #46, and #47 of 2022)
- Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune (Book #61 of 2022)
- A Thousand Miles by Bridget Morrissey (Book #63 of 2022)
- 24 Hours in Paris by Romi Moondi (Book #67 of 2022)
- Beach Read by Emily Henry (Book #69 of 2022)
- Shipped by Angie Hockman (Book #70 of 2022)
- The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston (Book #78 of 2022)
- June, Reimagined by Rebekah Crane (Book #86 of 2022)
- Runaway Groomsman by Megan Quinn (Book #93 of 2022)
- Book Lovers by Emily Henry (Book #99 of 2022)
- The Lovelight Farms series by B.K. Borison (Book #108, #109 and #112 of 2022)
I plan to continue this book tracking for 2023 as well, and will stick with the same format of mini book reviews and links. Let me know if you end up loving any of my book recommendations!
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