What I Read in 2015

Photo credit: Jebulon.
Photo credit: Jebulon.

I’ve been keeping track of every book I read for the past few years and then blogging a list of them at the beginning of the new year.

Here’s what I read in 2015. As usual, it is divided by genre.

If any of my readers decided to join me in keeping tracking of what you read, I’d love to see your lists for last year!

Biographies & Autobiographies

“Becoming Sister Wives” by Kody Brown
“Secret Child” by Gordon Lewis
“I Am a Bacha Posh” by Ukmina Manoori
“Detachment” by Maurice Mierau
“Rin Tin Tin” by Susan Orlean
“Three More Words” by Ashely Rhodes-Court
“Breaking Vegan” by Jordan Younger
“Our Souls at Night” by Kent Haruf
“The Blue Castle” by L.M. Montgomery
“Orphan #8” by Kim van Alkemade
“The Beauty: Poems” by Jane Hirshfield
“Everything, Now” by Jessica Moore
Psychology & Sociology
“The Man Who Couldn’t Stop: OCD and True Story of a Life Lost in Thought” by David Adam
“The Door Is Open” Bart Campbell
“Killed Because They Were Girls” by Christie Blatchford
“Selfish, Shallow, and Self Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on Not Having Kids” by Meghan Daum
“My Lobotomy” by Howard Dully
“Happy Money” by Elizabeth Dunn
“Self-Compassion” by Dr. Kristin Neff
“Bad Faith” by Paul Offit
“So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed” By Jon Ronson
“Dirty Secret” by Jessie Sholl
Sex & Relationships
“The Mathematics of Sex” by Hannah Fry
“Come As You Are” by Emily Nagasaki
Science & Medicine
“Sapians: A Brief History of Humankind” by Yuval Harari
“Malignant Metaphor” by Alanna Mitchell
“Black Man in a White Coat” by Damon Moody
“Small: Life and Death on the Front Lines of Paediatric Surgery” by Catherine Musemeche
“Vitamania” by Catherine Price
“Beyond Words” by Carl Safina


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