toxic_corn: Amy Pond reads books! (DW: amy - reading)
It's that time of year again! Waaaay back in 2003, I was a freshman in college, I'd take the bus to the next town over and attend the community college there. I took a commuter bus that only ran at certain times so when my classes were done for the day I'd spend about two to three hours in the library waiting until it was bus time. I usually would get my coursework done but once that was finished, I'd have loads of free time to read. And read I did. One day I remember finishing the book I'd been carrying around at the time, Vanity Fair, and I felt pretty smug about it. How to commemorate the occasion? I took out my writing notebook and wrote the date, September 20, 2003, and then Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray. Then on a whim, I wrote a hyphen next to the date and then "September 20, 2004." And that's when I began keeping a list of all the books I read for the year.

I know this doesn't really merit having a story written about it but I just find it funny that something I randomly scribbled down when I was a bored eighteen year old is something I still do at the age of thirty. So here's my list for the year! Not as impressive as previous years but I at least made it past fifty books this year.

September 20, 2014 - September 20, 2015 )
toxic_corn: Amy Pond reads books! (DW: amy - reading)
It's that time of year! Time for me to post my annual book list. I didn't read as much this year due to work and stress and horrible life events, but I did more than fifty at least so yay?

September 20, 2012 - September 20, 2013 )
toxic_corn: Amy Pond reads books! (DW: amy - reading)
Holy crap, I just realized that it's time for me to record my annual reading list. Since I'm employed full time, I haven't been able to read as much as I would like and as a result my list is shorter than normal. :'( As always, I welcome questions and discussion but if you're only going to talk about how everything I've read sucks, I'm gonna have to ask you to NOT contribute and just use your scroll button.

Here we go!

September 20, 2011 - September 20, 2012 )

I feel like I missed some. I wasn't as diligent about recording my books this year. Maybe I should start keeping it on Goodreads as well so I don't forget anything?
toxic_corn: Amy Pond reads books! (DW: amy - reading)
Here's this year's book list! I was so close to making it to 100 that I could practically taste it. Bah. Anyway, here we go! As always, questions/discussions are welcomed.

September 20, 2010 - September 20, 2011 )
toxic_corn: Summer Glau is pretty. (billie piper: READ)
All right, here it is: my book list I've been keeping every year since my first year of college! (That would be 2003 for those of you playing at home.) This year I've set a new personal best for myself: I read 116 books!

September 20, 2009 - September 20, 2010 )

I think I gave myself carpal tunnel. As always, I recommend everything except when I don't, you only need to ask to get my opinion. Discussion is always welcome since um, I love books in case you didn't notice.
toxic_corn: Summer Glau is pretty. (billie piper: READ)
Here it is, the yearly book list! I briefly considered not doing one for 09-10 since I'm not in school anymore, but I'm so used to it that it'll feel weird if I stopped. So here we go!

Books September 20, 2008 - September 20, 2009 )
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Every year I keep track of what books I've read and then post the titles online. I used to keep the lists at my GreatestJournal but since the site went tits up, I'll have to post this year's list here. Maybe I'll end up backdating my older lists because I'm anal enough to want them all in one place. So without further ado, here is this year's list! It's much sadder than previous years and I'm disappointed at how few I read but hey, there's always this year.

Books from September 20, 2007 - September 20, 2008 )


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