My 5 Favourite Books so far in 2019

I've read 40 books out of my yearly goal of 60. Why book x, y, x, w, and v have been the most important book for me so far this year.

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I’ve read twice as many books so far this year than I had last year and that’s because some of the new genres I’ve been exploring have been fascinating and mostly gripping.

Philosophie Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations, The Discourses of Epictetus, Seneca, …

Memoires Michelle Obama - Becoming, Educated - Tara Westover, Can’t Hurt Me - David Goggins

Most importantly, I’ve read my very first fiction book (yes, at 32 years of age :laugh:)

It was 1984 by George Orwell. Very interesting book, yet It was a pretty novel experience and sort of awkward at times because of how I’m used to processing books.

I’ve also made a conscious effort to ensure more diversity in my authors, having noticed that most of my read books have been written by the typical cis-gendered white male.

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Without further ado, here’s my top 5

5. Book X - Author Y

In Book X, Author Y explores Subject Z.

I learned that

4. Book X - Author Y

In Book X, Author Y explores Subject Z.

I learned that

3. Book X - Author Y

In Book X, Author Y explores Subject Z.

I learned that

2. Book X - Author Y

In Book X, Author Y explores Subject Z.

I learned that

1. Book X - Author Y

In Book X, Author Y explores Subject Z.

I learned that

What are you favourite books this year?

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