reading list 2022

My reading goal in 2022 is to continue the habit I developed in 2020 and to read every day. To make things interesting, one of my 22 for 2022 things is to work through the Dymocks 2022 Reading Challenge, which has 20 reading suggestions and a further six extra challenging suggestions, so some of the books I’ll be reading will be connected to that.

My reading list 2022

  1. The Erratics by Vicki Laveau-Harvie
  2. A Bookshop Christmas by Rachel Burton
  3. Deep Work by Cal Newport
  4. Circle of Nine by Josephine Pennicott
  5. What Really Happened in Wuhan by Sharri Markson
  6. Clapperland by Terry Aulich
  7. Listen: How to find the words for tender conversations by Kathryn Mannix
  8. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
  9. 7 1/2 by Christos Tsiolkas
  10. Find Your Unicorn Space by Eve Rodsky
  11. Write it all Down by Cathy Rentzenbrink
  12. Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman
  13. The Love You Deserve by Jen Morris
  14. The Novel Project by Graeme Simsion
  15. Why People Photograph by Robert Adams
  16. Belonging to the Earth: Nature Spirituality in a Changing World by Julie Brett
  17. Menopocalypse by Amanda Thebe

The Dymocks Reading Challenge 2022

Find out more about this challenge here or download the list.

A green and pink tile with a list of 26 books to read in Dymocks 2022 Reading Challenge
Dymocks Reading Challlenge 2022
  1. Bought it for the cover
  2. Trending on #BookTok
  3. Illustrated cover
  4. A friend’s favourite
  5. Otherworldly: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
  6. Inspiring change: Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman
  7. Love story: A Bookshop Christmas by Rachel Burton
  8. Start of a series
  9. A Classic
  10. Australian author – #readaustralian: Clapperland by Terry Aulich
  11. A book you keep seeing
  12. Number in the title: 7 1/2 by Christos Tsiolkas
  13. Re-read a favourite: Circle of Nine by Josephine Pennicott
  14. From where you’d rather be
  15. An adventure
  16. Feel good
  17. Released this year
  18. Award-winner
  19. First Nations author
  20. Dymocks Book of the Month
Extra challenging
  1. 450+ pages
  2. A book older than you
  3. Bottom of your TBR pile
  4. Finished in a day
  5. Read entirely outside
  6. Out of your comfort zone
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