Reading List for 2020

This is the master reading list for 2020. I’m a little less insane in my goals this year, so there’s currently less than one hundred books. I tried to limit it to only fifty-two…but it didn’t work.

But that’s okay. Maybe I can make this year a little more manageable, yeah? Here’s the list so far:

A.R. WintersA Berry Murderous Kitten (Book 2)
A.R. WintersA Berry Clever Corpse (Book 3)
A.R. WitnersA Berry Deadly Welcome (Book 1)
A.W. ExleyNeferititi’s Heart
Alice HoffmanThe Rules of Magic: A NovelRowena RavenclawRead a book that represents this founder’s values
Alice HoffmanThe Ice Queen: A Novel
Alice HoffmanSeventh Heaven
Alice HoffmanIllumination Night
Alice HoffmanGreen Witch
Alice HoffmanBlackbird House: A Novel
Amelia LittlewoodSherlock Holmes & Elizabeth Bennet Vol 2
Amelia LittlewoodSherlock Holmes & Elizabeth Bennet Vol 1
Amelia MorganThe Witches of Enchanted Bay
Amy Rose BennettAll She Wants for Christmas: A Regency Christmas NovellaRonRead a book under 200 pages
Angie FoxSouthern Spirits
Anna ElliottGeorgiana Darcy’s Diary
Anya WyldeThe Wicked Wager
Anya WyldeThe Fairweather Sisters Books 1-3
Anya WyldePenelope
Ava StonePrelude to a Haunted Evening
Ava StoneOne Haunted Evening
Bethany AdamsSoulbound
Collette CameronThe Earl and the Spinster: A Regency Romance Novel
Deanna ChaseHaunted on Bourbon Street
Elizabeth ColeA Winter’s Knight: A Regency Romance
Emily CarpenterBurying the Honeysuckle GirlsLuna LovegoodRead a book about creativity or something unusual
Gloria VanderbiltDouble Exposure: A Twin AutobiographyFred & GeorgeRead a book with twins in it
Grace LemonMaple Syrup Murder
Harriet LarkMr. Darcy’s Passion
J.A. ArmitageKingdom of Salt and Sirens
J.A. ArmitageDark WaterDefense Against the Dark ArtsRead a book about Good vs. Evil
Jane AustenPride and PrejudiceAncient RunesRead a book set before you were born
Jane GrizAn Heir for PemberlyProfessor McGonagallRead a book iwth a strong female lead
Jennifer JoyDarcy’s Ultimatum
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Sorcerer’s StoneHarryRe-read a Harry Potter Book
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsPotionsRead a book with potions/alchemy/chemistry in it
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanHogwarts-A HistoryRead a book that intimidates you
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Goblet of FireDumbledoreRead a book involving a school or teacher
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixNewtRead a book containing a fantastic beast
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceSnapeRead a book that contains page 394
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHermioneRead a book over 500 pages
JK RowlingHarry Potter and the Cursed ChildThe Chosen OneRead a book that mentions Harry Potter
Josie BrownThe Housewife Assassin’s Handbook
Julie SmithCrescent City Connection
Katie CrossBon Bons to Yoga PantsBathilda BagshotRead a book written by a woman
Kym GrossoImmortals of New Orleans: Tristan’s Lyceum WolvesCare of Magical CreaturesRead a book with an animal on the cover
Kym GrossoImmortals of New Orleans: Luca’s Magic EmbraceApparitionRead a book set somewhere you want to travel
Kym GrossoImmortals of New Orleans: Logan’s Acadian Wolves
Kym GrossoImmortals of New Orleans: Kade’s Dark EmbraceSlytherinRead a book recommended by a Slytherin
Lisa BlackwoodSorceress Awakening
Lois LavrisaDying for Dinenr Rolls (Georgia Coast Cozy Mysteries)
Lucy TempestThief of Cahraman
Melanie CellierThe Princess Companion
Melanie CellierAn Inconvenient Princess
Mercedes LackeyBeauty and the WerewolfThe Dark MarkRead a book with a dark cover
Mercedes LackeyThe Sleeping BeautyHelga HufflepuffRead a book that represents this founder’s values
Mercedes LackeyThe Snow QueenCharmsRead a book with a charming cover
Mercedes LackeyA Tangled Web
Mercedes LackeyFortune’s Fool
Mercedes LackeyOne Good KnightArithmancyRead a book with a number in the title
Mercedes LackeyThe Fairy GodmotherTransfigurationRead a book about a huge change
Morgan RiceThe Magic Factory
Morgan RiceA Throne for Sisters
Naima CosterHasley Street
Olivia WildensteinRose Petal Graves
Pauline GruberThe Girl and the RavenHouse CupRead a book that has won an award
Peggy L HendersonYellowstone Heart SongHistory of MagicRead a historical fiction
Racheael AndersonPrejudice Meets Pride
Rae D. MagdonThe Second SisterRavenclawRead a book recommended by a Ravenclaw
Rosalie StantonA Higher Education: A Modern Retelling of Pride & Prejudice
Rose PresseyThese Haunts are Made for Walking
Sara GruenWater for Elephants: A NovelGilderoy LockheartRead a book from a celebrity book club
Sara WhitfordThe Smuggler’s GambitSalazar SlytherinRead a book that represents this founder’s values
Sarah Addison AllenWaking Kate
Sarah Addison AllenThe Sugar Queen: A NovelIlvermornyRead a book by an American author
Sarah Addison AllenThe Peach Keeper: A Novel
Sarah Addison AllenThe Girl Who Chased the Moon: A NovelDivinationRead a book that includes prophecy or fortune telling
Sarah Addison AllenLost Lake: A Novel
Sarah Addison AllenFirst Frost: A Novel
Sarah PainterThe Silver Mark (Crow Investigations Book 2)
Sarah PainterThe Secrets of Ghosts
Sarah PainterThe Night Raven (Crow Investigations Book 1)HufflepuffRead a book recommended by a Hufflepuff
Sarah PainterThe Language of Spells
Sarah PainterThe Garden of MagicHerbologyRead a book related to nature
Sarah PainterIn the Light of What We See
SM ReineWitch Hunt
SM ReineWinter Court
SM ReineSummer Court
SM ReineSilver Bullet
SM ReineHotter Than Helltown
SM ReineForbidden Witches
SM ReineCaged Wolf
Tish ThawerThe Witches of BlackBrook
Pearl GoodfellowBohemian RhapsoDIEUmbridgeRead a book with a pink cover
Louisa May AlcottLittle WomenGryffindorRead a book recommended by a Gryffindor
Joy LincolnRobin Williams: The BiographyMuggle StudiesRead a memoir or biography

If you’ll notice, some of these have writing next to them. Not all, but a good deal of them. I tried tackling the Golden Trio Reading Challenge in 2019 to very poor results. Mostly, I think, because I tried to read too many books. I mean, I don’t think there’s such thing as reading too many books, but setting unreasonable goals is something I shouldn’t do.

So!

What is the Golden Trio Reading Challenge? Here’s a nifty little image:

It’s put on by Flourish and Blotts.

I’ve got thirty-six books on the list currently, so I’m somewhere between Harry and Hermione. Maybe I’ll find more books to read as the year goes. And maybe this is a goal I’ll achieve a little easier than the 200 books .

They’re all written by women, as well. So!

That’s my challenge. The 2020 Reading List is nothing but the wonderful world of female-written wonders!

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