Books of 2022

My 2022 reading list contains sixty-six titles. I read fewer books than the past two years, but that’s a good thing. As the pandemic lessened its grip, I was able to venture out more, which resulted in less reading time. I’m grateful to have reading as a lifelong hobby. Books have enriched my life in many ways, and I look forward to the ones that have yet to be discovered and devoured. I hope 2023 provides you with the time to lose yourself in a good book or two or twenty. Here’s my list:

Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American FamilyRobert Kolker
Milk FedMelissa Broder
Apples Never FallLiane Moriarity
The First HusbandLaura Dave
Know My NameChanel Miller
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn HugoTaylor Jenkins Reid
Five Tuesdays in WinterLily King
Eight Hundred GrapesLaura Dave
Boys & Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent and Navigating The New MasculinityPeggy Orenstein
Writers and LoversLily King
Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New LandscapePeggy Orenstein
Super HostKate Russo
Crying In H Mart: A MemoirMichelle Zauner
Salt In My Soul: An Unfinished LifeMallory Smith
LuckyMarissa Stapley
The Confession ClubElizabeth Berg
Sarah’s KeyTatiana de Rosnay
Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and RedemptionBryan Stevenson
Oh William!Elizabeth Strout
Chasing Drew HastingsDrew Hastings
The Most Fun We Ever HadClaire Lombardo
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving, Loss, and HealingAmy Newmark
Death in Slow Motion: My Mother’s Descent into Alzheimer’sEleanor Cooney
Ask Me Why I Hurt: The Kids Nobody Wants and The Doctor Who Heals ThemRandy Christensen, MD with Rene Denfeld
All the White Friends I Couldn’t KeepAndre Henry
Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us WholeSusan Cain
The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly DepartingBronnie Ware
Real Change: Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and the WorldSharon Salzberg
Emotional Inheritance: A Therapist, Her Patients, and the Legacy of TraumaGalit Atlas, PhD.
From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of LifeArthur C. Brooks
In The Dream HouseCarmen Maria Mcahado
LessAndrew Sean Greer
Love In The Time Of ContagionLaura Kipnis
Unmasked-My Life Solving America’s Cold CasesPaul Holes w/Robin Gaby Fisher
Happy-Go-LuckyDavid Sedaris
The Wishing Year: A House, A Man, My SoulNoelle Oxenhandler
The Right to Write: An Invitation and Initiation into the Writing LifeJulia Cameron
Summer LoveNancy Thayer
Memorial Drive: A Daughter’s MemoirNatasha Trethewey
I Am MalalaMalala Yousafzai
The Next Thing You KnowJessica Strawser
The Speckled Beauty: A Dog and His PeopleRick Bragg
How To Tell A Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling From The Moth5 Authors
I Was Told It Would Get EasierAbbi Waxman
Adult Assebly RequiredAbbi Waxman
Where I Come From: Stories from the Deep SouthRick Bragg
Love, Lies, and Lemon CakeSue Watson
The Girls Guide To Love And Supper ClubsDana Bate
The MeasureNikki Erlick
The Light We Give: How Sikh Wisdom Can Transform Your LifeSimran Jeet Singh
A Course In Miracles Made Easy: Mastering the Journey From Fear to LoveAlan Cohen
Remarkably Bright CreaturesShelby Van Pelt
On AnimalsSusan Orlean
Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors Our Future NeedsAri Wallach
Here & Hereafter: How Wisdom from the Departed Can Transform Your Life NowTyler Henry
The Gratitude Diaries: How A Year Looking On The Bright Side Can Transform Your LifeJanice Kaplan
We Never Die: Secrets of the AfterlifeMatt Fraser
Seven Days In JuneTia Williams
Signal FiresDani Shapiro
For You When I Am Gone: Twelve Essential Questions to Tell a Life StorySteve Leder
The EditorSteven Rowley
Lessons in ChemistryBonnie Garmus
Lily and the OctopusSteven Rowley
The Camino: A Journey of the SpiritShirley MacLaine
Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital AgeSherry Turkle
The Stories We TellJoanna Gaines

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