Reading Goals for 2021 –

For a number of years now I’ve refused to deal with quantity targets for studying. This previous yr I’ve learn principally non-fiction reference and analysis books for work initiatives, placing fiction on the backburner. Aside from just a few Plaidy/Holt books, and my ebook golf equipment reads, I haven’t learn and reviewed historic fiction in any respect. I’d like to interrupt out of this hunch, and determined the easiest way to do that is by clearing out my Kindle. First I deleted those I wasn’t really thinking about studying, and I’m now left with almost 30 books which have been gathering for years. Under is the listing that I’m claiming as my 2021 studying aim!

The Different Einstein by Marie Benedict

Girl Clementine by Marie Benedict

Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict

St. Elmo by Augusta J. (Augusta Jane) Evans

Avalon: A Novel by Anya Seton

Dragonwyck: A Novel by Anya Seton

A Reminiscence of Violets: A Novel of London’s Flower Sellers by Hazel Gaynor

In Spite of Lions by Scarlette Pike

The Tenant of Wildfell Corridor: Romance Novel by Anne Brontë

The Final Tudor by Philippa Gregory

The Girl’s Slipper by Deborah Swift

The Woman Who Got here House: A Novel of the Titanic (P.S.) by Hazel Gaynor

The Borgias: Two Novels in One Quantity by Jean Plaidy

The Tudor Bride by Joanna Hickson

The Summer season Queen: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine by Elizabeth Chadwick

A Place in His Coronary heart (The Southold Chronicles Guide #1): A Novel by Rebecca DeMarino

A Harmful Inheritance: A Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower by Alison Weir

The Fragrance Collector: A Novel by Kathleen Tessaro

Cleopatra’s Daughter: A Novel (Egyptian Royals Assortment Guide 3) by Michelle Moran

THWARTED QUEEN by Cynthia Sally Haggard

I, Jane: Within the Court docket of Henry VIII by Diane Haeger

The Daughters of England Books 1–3: The Miracle at St. Bruno’s, The Lion Triumphant, and The Witch from the Sea by Philippa Carr

For the King’s Favor by Elizabeth Chadwick

A Place Past Braveness by Elizabeth Chadwick

The Black Moth A Romance of the XVIIIth Century by Georgette Heyer


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