Books I Plan to Read in 2021

Last year, I had a baby… and finished all the books on my 2020 list! (With the caveat that my husband and I took up Cardinal Sarah’s The Day is Now Far Spent as our shared Sunday readaloud book, so I get a pass since we’re reading it slowly together).

All in all, I read 119 books (36.5k pages)—which doesn’t count readings of e.g. Guess How Much I Love You (which is really two books, since we’re on our second copy after the baby gnawed holes in the first).

The oldest books I read were St. John Chrysostom’s On Wealth and Poverty, Dostoyevsky’s Demons, Jane Eyre, Mansfield Park, and My Antonia.

As for this year, the eleven books I’m prioritizing are: