In 2018 i had a plan; to read at least one book per month. I failed, I failed BIG! I just concluded for myself, I did not have the strength, the true will power to execute this modest task. It was obvious pretty early during the year, that I would not complete the self made “project”. The disappointment slowly faded but didn’t disappear during the year.
At the turn to year 2019 the spark to try this again re-appeared. And after a 3 month start, it again faded away. Started on a book in April and May, and none of the two books got finished.
So in January 2020 I altered the book challenge, from one book per month, to just read, and follow up, and that way slowly add the amount of books I read. At the end of 2020 I found audiobooks again, and this time got hooked on them as I did my long walks. I’ve added “(AB)” on the line as explanatory. I’ve also added a new table at the bottom of the page, where I give a star based grade for the book. The number at the beginning of each line represents in which order I’ve listened to the books.
|Month/year:||Book:||Link to post:|
|July/2021||William G. Baker; Alcatraz #1259||Link>>>|
|October/2020||1. Martin Short; I must say: My life as humble comedy legend. (AB)|
2. Aki Linnanahde; Jere (AB)
3. Kari Hotakainen; The Unknown Kimi Räikkönen (AB)
|March/2020||Alcatraz from inside; Jim Quillen: One man’s climb from desperation to redemption.||Link>>>|
|January/2020||Gene Kim, Kevin Behr and George Spafford; The Phoneix project.||Link>>>|
|March/2019||Ljubomir Vranjes; Jag vill bara vinna.||Link>>>|
|February/2019||Antti Merilehto; Tekoäly: Matkaopas johtajalle.||Link>>>|
|January/2019||Bob Woodward; Fear: Trump in the White House.||Link>>>|
|Martin Short; I must say: My life as humble comedy legend.||4,5 / 5|
|Kari Hotakainen; The Unknown Kimi Räikkönen||4 / 5|
|Aki Linnanahde; Jere||3,5 / 5|