I only started blogging in July so Fall 2016 was Novel And Nonfiction‘s first full season, as well as my first time setting specific reading goals for myself and putting up a TBR list.
I ended up reading 13 Nonfiction books, 12 Contemporary Fiction books, 9 Historical Fiction books and 1 Classic, for a total of 35 books. Only 9 of the books were on my actual Fall 2016 TBR list, but I did come pretty close to the total of 40 books that I was hoping to read during the season.
If you add in the first two novels in Elena Ferrante’s Neopolitan Series, which I’m currently reading, and classic Villette by Charlotte Bronte, which I hope to review next week, the total before the end of fall on December 20th should actually be 38. I’m pretty proud of myself – I think that’s a great result.
You’ll find links to all the reviews I wrote for the books I read in Fall 2016 below divided by category. If a book did not get a review it’s either because I didn’t like the book and didn’t want to review it, or because the review is still forthcoming.
Upcoming: Working Stiff by Judy Melinek and J.D. Mitchell (review planned for 12/29/16)
Faithful by Alice Hoffman (did not like it so did not review)
Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh (did not like it so did not review)
All three books by Liane Moriarty (Author Spotlight planned for 1/11/2017)