Things I Read

I read for two reasons: one is to offer genuine reviews that I try to keep personal relationships out of, and the other is to keep myself honest about reading more books.  I read 3 books a month, and 4 months of the year are dedicated to “Indie” books. If there’s an indie book slot left to fill on my year plan, feel free to contact me and ask me to read your book!

I will be truthful no matter what, but if I don’t like your book, I will send you an email beforehand. If your book is good, I won’t ask if it’s ok to publish. I will also rate on Amazon and (NEW in 2020) Goodreads.


This year, I’ve planned out all my reading (except those few Indie Book slots which will be filled as I go). Enjoy them as they come out, or look forward to things based on this list!

  • January 2020
  • February 2020
    • The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, 1)
    • Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, 2)
    • Mocking Jay (The Hunger Games, 3)
  • March 2020
    • A Being So Gentle
    • American Lion
    • Martin Van Buren and the Making of the Democratic Party
  • April 2020
    • Child of Humanity
    • Legacy of Souls (The Shattered Sea, 2)
    • Laevatein’s Choice (The Shadows, 2)
  • May 2020
    • The Count of Monte Cristo
    • Alice in Wonderland
    • Pride and Prejudice
  • June 2020
    • Gone With the Wind
    • The Underground Railroad
    • The Sound and the Fury
  • July 2020
    • Through the Nethergate
    • From Ashes to Magic
    • The Gate (Invasion Universe, 1)
  • August 2020
    • The Kite Rider
    • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    • Purple Hibiscus
  • September 2020
    • Binti (Binti, 1)
    • Binti: Home (Binti, 2)
    • Binti: The Night Masquerade (Binti, 3)
  • October 2020
  • November 2020
    • Rebel Mechanics (The Rebels, 1)
    • Mass Effect: Revelation (Mass Effect, 1)
    • Manassas (The Civil War Battle Series, 1)
  • December 2020
    • The Great Gatsby
    • Beloved
    • Moby Dick



I don’t have anything earlier than April because that’s when I decided to start doing any kind of book review on this site.


21 thoughts on “Things I Read

  1. A. Rinum says:

    Would be amazing if you could check out my sci-fi book ‘The City of Saints’.
    It’s about a dystopian future where cyborgs have taken over, and they are killing humans. The protagonist of my story is a ten-year-old girl, who is trapped in this war. She goes on a journey to find her father who had gone missing six months ago, but instead stumbles upon SAM- Specialized Assasin Military-bot who has to kill her but humanity gets the best of him.

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