2019 Books Read in Review

2019 Books Read in Review

If you’re curious, here’s the full list of books I read during 2019. When I said “read”, I mean cover to cover as there were certainly a couple I started and didn’t, couldn’t, or wouldn’t finish. Some books just aren’t worth the trouble while others drag over months or years. You’ll also note that I did not write reviews on many of these books. I’m always reading with each of my children so some of the books are of that type. Others I read for work reasons, while still others weren’t worth reviewing. In any case, thanks for reading.


Are there any books on this list that you enjoyed this year? Any that should be on my radar for 2020?


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2 thoughts on “2019 Books Read in Review

  1. Matt, I admire your ambition in completing as many books as you do. I came upon your blog by way of the Lost Art Press and your review of Marc Adams book. It is on my short list of purchases. My wife purchased The Ranch That Was Us for me as a Christmas gift and I am nearly through it and looking towards procuring Luckenbach, Texas. I’m with you when it comes to reading or NOT reading some things (too much effort) but can really identify with the concept of it taking years to sometimes plow through something. I thoroughly enjoy your blog. Keep up the good work and Happy New Year!

    1. Dean,
      As always, thanks so much for reading. The blog is truly a labor of love and I’m honored that anyone would read it. If you enjoy The Ranch That Was Us, be sure and read my interview with the author, Becky Crouch Patterson. She’s a fun lady. Happy New Year to you and yours!

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