Blogmas Day 13: Books I Didn’t Get To In 2020

Hey guys! Wow I honestly can’t believe that 2020 is almost over. This year has been such a weird one. There have been some books I read that honestly felt like I read them years ago. I did make a list at the beginning of the year where I talked about 20 books I wanted to read this year. Unfortunately I didn’t get to majority of those. I feel in previous years I usually make TBRs and follow through. This year I wasn’t in the mood for that. I do hope next year ends up being better in general. Anyway for this list I wanted to talk about some 2020 releases I was excited for but didn’t get to. So let’s dive in!

1. The Answer Is…: Reflections on My Life By Alex Trebek

(I actually did start this but the audiobook ended up getting returned to the library. I think I might just physically read this one.)

2. The Devil and the Dark Water By Stuart Turton

(I am waiting for the audiobook to come in. It says I have a 5 week wait so this will probably be a January read. I have been looking forward to this one.)

3. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue By V.E. Schwab

4. Where Dreams Descend By Janella Angeles

5. Little Cruelties By Liz Nugent

6. A Good Marriage By Kimberly McCreight

7. Bookish and the Beast By Ashley Poston

8. Tweet Cute By Emma Lord

9. Confessions on the 7:45 By Lisa Unger

10. The June Boys By Courtney C. Stevens

These are the books I am sad I didn’t get to this year. I did end up asking for a couple of these for Christmas so that is also partly why I didn’t end up trying to read them yet. You will see those in an upcoming Blogmas post. I did try reading The Answer Is…:Reflections on My Life but the audiobook got returned to the library. I also had an e-arc of The June Boys but the copy was messed up. I can’t wait to get to these in the new year. 

What are some books you wanted to get to this year but didn’t end up reading? I would love to hear from you guys!


One thought on “Blogmas Day 13: Books I Didn’t Get To In 2020

  1. I really wanted to get to a couple of classics like the Turn of the Screw and a Picture of Dorian Grey as well as 2020 releases like Even If We Break and Raybearer!


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