Books Read in 2016 (Part 2)

A few days ago I shared the beginning of my list of books read in 2016. Here’s the next installment. If you’ve read any of these, please take a moment to share your thoughts on them in the comments. If you’re familiar with any of them and have suggestions for other titles you think I should read based off of these, do let me know! I’m always on the hunt for more to read!

Country Living Small Spaces and Cozy Corners – Easton & Epner
remake restyle reuse – Lucano
Knitless – McFadden
His Right Hand – Harrison
Rock With Wings – Hillerman
Come Rain or Come Shine – Karon
The Hands-On Home – Strauss
The Edible Balcony – Mitchell
How to Disappear – Ahearn
Murder on Astor Place – Thompson
Darned If You Do – Ferris
Hardyville Tales – Wolfe
Sweet Home Alaska – Dagg
299 Days #7: The Change of Seasons – Tate
Spinning in Her Grave – MacRae
Plagued by Quilt – MacRae
Careers for Bookworms & Other Literary Types – Eberts & Gisler
The Kids’ Family Tree Book – Leavitt
Climbing Your Family Tree – Wolfman
Mastering Census & Military Records – Quillen
The Harvest Eating Cookbook – Snow
Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology – Remini
Sewing Green – White
School of Sewing – Henderson
$2.00 a Day – Edin & Shaefer
Library as Safe Haven – Halsted
A Wilder Life – Maddy & Churchill
The American Way of Eating – McMillan
Norden – Scandinavian Genealogy Research – Jura
Goat Song – Kessler
The Immortals – Brodsky
Agent Bishop – McPheters
Growing Green Two Ways! – Reeck
Eating in Color – Largeman & Roth
Condoleeza Rice: A Memoir – Rice
Valkyrie – O’Hearn
Make It Last – Briggs
Maker Spaces – Quinton
A Beautiful Mess Happy Handmade Home – Larson & Chapman
Furoshiki Fabric Wraps – Pixieladies
3 Skeins or Less Fresh Knitted Accessories – Gray
Money Making Mom – Paine
Kahayatle: Apocalypsis – Casey
The Prairie Girl’s Guide to Life – Worick
Your Happily Ever After – Uchtdorf
Becoming Sister Wives – Brown
Plenty: One Man, One Woman – Smith & MacKinnon
Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom – Thorpe
A Different Witch – Geary
The Wishing Coin – MannThe Physick Book of Deliverance Dane – Howe
The Long Winter – Wilder
Love Times Three – Darger
Grow a Sustainable Diet – Conner
The Best Homemade Kids’ Snacks on the Planet – Fuentes
The Wastewater Gardener – Nelson
299 Days #8: The War – Tate
Stoned: A Doctor’s Case for Medical Marijuana – Casarett

5 Replies to “Books Read in 2016 (Part 2)”

  1. I’m enjoying your impressive lists. Even though we’re both obviously book lovers who have similar interests, believe it or not I haven’t read ANY of the books you’ve listed. So many books, so little time…

    But Cindy Conner’s book Grow A Sustainable Diet has been on my want-to-read list for a long time!

    1. Hi Bill,
      I’m honored you were able to stop by – thank you for taking the time to comment! I wouldn’t be surprised if some further down my list are already marked off on yours though. In past years I’ve found out about some awesome books by reading your lists!

      As I recall, Grow A Sustainable Diet was quite good. I hope you get a chance to read it and enjoy it! Well said – sooo many books, so little time! Our little suburban homestead has slowed down quite a bit the past few months with winter setting in and wondering if we’d be moving, so I’ve had more time to read than most folks would.

  2. Good reminder that I should be keeping a list of what I’ve read. I can never remember. I read a lot, though. Love to read!

    1. Thank you for stopping by, Wendy, and for commenting!

      I try to date when I finished the books – you can always tell when I forgot to write things down right when I finished them. There will be a date and a whole pile of titles with an arrow between two dates. My way of noting “I can’t remember what day I finished these, but it was sometime between X and Y.” LOL! I especially have to do that when I read books on Kindle; a lot of those are finished at night and I don’t want to walk out to my desk to write them down. So I go through my Kindle once or twice a month to jot down anything I might have forgotten to write down the morning(s) after finishing them. 😉