Wow, I didn't read a lot of books in 2015. Well, I didn't finish a lot of books. Here's what I finished this year:
Little House Living: The Make-Your-Own Guide to a Frugal, Simple, and Self-Sufficient Life. Merissa Alink*
Hark! A Vagrant. Kate Beaton.*
The Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love. Jill Conner Browne
Throw Out 50 Things: Clear the Clutter, Find Your Life. Gail Blanke*
Ready Player One. Ernest Cline
Between the World and Me. Ta-Nehasi Coates*
Beowulf. Seamus Heaney, translator.
Death of a Naturalist. Seamus Heaney*
Fieldwork. Seamus Heaney*
Teach Your Children Well. Madeline Levine.*
Drift. Rachel Maddow*
Tiny Beautiful Things. Cheryl Strayed.*
A Room of One's Own. Virginia Woolf.
I read plenty of books to Evelyn. I also started several books and stopped when I didn't want to read them anymore. There was a book about happiness that went on for way too long, so I guess I'll just have to wing it. There was a poetry volume of Heaney's that was just...way too smart for me. I tried to read "The Millionaire Next Door" but it's just a book about how some people got rich several decades ago and I really don't think I'd want any of them to be my neighbor. There were others, but I guess they didn't make enough of an impression on me for me to remember why I quit reading them.
A few of these books were re-reads, and I already want to go back to Beowulf and A Room of One's Own. I'm hoping to read more DIY books, maybe more poetry, and I'd like to reread some of my favorites. I think I'm going to start with Harriet the Spy.