Everything I Read in 2015

Here is everything I read in 2015. At least, it is all of the books I read. It is excerpted from my reading list on GitHub.

  1. Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman (2/10/2015)
  2. Carrie by Stephen King (2/22/2015)
  3. Salem’s Lot by Stephen King (3/1/2015)
  4. The Shining by Stephen King (3/4/2015)
  5. Rage by Stephen King (3/5/2015)
  6. Night Shift by Stephen King (3/7/2015)
  7. The Longest Road by Philip Caputo (3/12/2015)
  8. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer (3/14/2015)
  9. Where Nobody Knows Your Name: Life in the Minor Leagues of Baseball by John Feinstein (3/19/2015)
  10. The Stand: 1978 edition by Stephen King (3/22/2015)
  11. Coming Home by Jack McDevitt (4/17/2015)
  12. 11/22/63 by Stephen King (5/20/2015)
  13. The Fifth Heart by Dan Simmons (6/1/2015)
  14. Finders Keepers by Stephen King (6/6/2015)
  15. The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris (6/14/2015)
  16. Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris (6/25/2015)
  17. Colonel Roosevelt by Edmund Morris (7/10/2015)
  18. Common Sense by Thomas Paine (7/10/2015)
  19. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume (7/30/2015)
  20. The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin (8/3/2015)
  21. Dreaming in Code: Two Dozen Programmers, Three Years, 4,732 Bugs, and One Question for Transcendent Software by Scott Rosenberg (8/27/2015)
  22. Superfudge by Judy Blume (9/9/2015)
  23. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (9/10/2015)
  24. The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss (9/20/2015)
  25. Killing Floor by Lee Child (9/22/2015)
  26. The World Is My Home by James A. Michener (9/26/2015)
  27. David and the Phoenix by Edward Ormondroyd (10/19/2015)
  28. A Man on the Moon by Andrew Chaikin (10/28/2015)
  29. On Writing by Stephen King (11/5/2015)
  30. The Dark Tower, Book 1: The Gunslinger by Stephen King (11/8/2015)
  31. The Dark Tower, Book 2: The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King (11/13/2015)
  32. Danse Macabre by Stephen King (11/23/2015)
  33. This Old Man by Roger Angell (11/25/2015)
  34. The Dark Tower, Book 3: The Waste Lands by Stephen King (11/29/2015)
  35. Sweet and Sour by Andy Rooney (12/11/2015)
  36. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J. K. Rowling (12/24/2015)
  37. My Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business by Dick Van Dyke (12/28/2015)
  38. Keep Moving, and Other Tips and Truths About Aging by Dick Van Dyke (12/31/2015)

I’ve already listed my favorite reads of 2015, as well as my favorite online read of 2015. I’m happy with the list, and already gearing up for 2016.

5 thoughts on “Everything I Read in 2015

  1. Happy New Year Jamie! Great book list! How do you find the time?? I honestly don’t think I read a single book from cover to cover in 2015. Although I did read bits & pieces of many, and I read a boat-load of blogs/articles. I start many books and seem to lose interest part way through and then skim the rest. I think I need to switch to reading fiction in 2016, or at least a LOT less non-fiction.

  2. Impressive!

    I presume that your ultimate goal is to have read the whole work of Stephen King. Can you estimate the ratio of what he wrote and what you read from him and when do you expect to be “up-to-date”?

    Happy 2016 from Belgium!

  3. Michel, with a few exceptions, I’ve already read most of King’s books. I was re-reading some of them earlier this year, trying to keep up with Richard Chizmar’s Stephen King Revisited, but I got sidetracked with other stuff. To answer your question, I’d guess that I’ve read between 85-90% of everything King has published to-date.

    Happy New Year!

  4. Dave, one word: audiobooks. At one time, I swore that I could not listening to an audiobook. I gave a lot of bad reasons. Since 2013, however, I’ve listened to at least a hundred. I listen to them when I do chores around the house. I listen to them on long drives. I listen to them on my daily walks. It is multitasking at its best. I still read paper and e-books, but what really pushed up my annual numbers, given everything else I have going on, is audiobooks.

  5. Great suggestion about audiobooks Jamie. I’ve been meaning to check out Audible and I’ve just never done it. I travel a lot for work, so it would be a nice change of pace from all the podcasts I currently listen to in the car. You know what’s funny… After I read your comment, I remembered that I actually did listen to a couple audiobooks last year. I got them from the library on CD and ripped them to MP3 so I could listen on my phone. But I listened to “Waking Up” by Sam Harris, and “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo. Oh, and I just read your latest post about the drive home from Florida. Good stuff! 🙂

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