As part of my intentional new year, I plan to be more mindful in my reading. I have fallen into the habit of reading what hits the top of my TBR (To Be Read) pile. These aren't necessarily books I've deliberately chosen. Maybe I pull something off a shelf at home because I forgot to go to the library or load a new book to the Kindle.
Here's what I'm finishing from 2019:
Dead Men's Morris by Gladys Mitchell - a classic in the style of Agatha Christie, but edgier
Top of the 2020 TBR pile:
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens - a gift from my father, but I am interested in reading the book
This Tender Land - William Kent Krueger - I loved his novel Ordinary Grace
Chronicles of Crime by R. T. Lawton - short story collection
I would like to read at least one American history book, keep up with my subscription to Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, and read more classic mysteries.
How do you decide what to read? What's on your TBR list for 2020?
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