2021 reading list 2021 summary 0books0authors0audiobooks0fiction0nonfiction0dnfsfor 2021, my reading list includes two things: a 3-word description of each book a cross-training “workout” (a related book, article or blog post, movie, TV show, podcast, product, recipe, or even a swim workout) reading list by month january 1. A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Betty Smith) family, ingenuity, progress cross-training: A Wrinkle in Time (Madeleine L’Engle)2. The Operator (Gretchen Berg) secretive, unexpected, atmospheric cross-training: Mad Men TV series3. Ready Player Two (Ernest Cline) sentimental, digital, slow-starter cross-training: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)4. Writers & Lovers (Lily King) sensitive, single-chapter, crescendo cross-training: Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)5. Why We Swim (Bonnie Tsui) familiar, storytelling, collective cross-training: Charles Tomlinson’s poem, “Swimming Chenango Lake”february 6. The Library Book (Susan Orlean) nostalgic, puzzling, journalistic cross-training: The Giver of Stars (Jojo Moyes) 7. All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr) captivating, detailed, beautiful cross-training: The Nightingale (Kristin Hannah)8. The Sun is a Compass (Caroline Van Hemert) expansive, resilient, adventure cross-training: the Banff Mountain Film Festivalmarch 9. The Thursday Murder Club (Richard Osman) meddling, funny, warm cross-training: Murder, She Wrote TV series10. On Writing (Stephen King) dedicated, pragmatic, fangirl (me) cross-training: The War of Art (Steven Pressfield)11. Americanah (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) lengthy, significant, expressive cross-training: The Girl with the Louding Voice (Abi Daré)12. Without Reservations (Alice Steinbach) good-natured, introspective, confident cross-training: Wild (Cheryl Strayed)13. Nathaniel’s Nutmeg (Giles Milton) risky, competitive, explorative cross-training: Pirates of the Caribbean (2003)april 14. Daisy Jones and the Six (Taylor Jenkins Reid) compulsive, rock and roll, mockumentary cross-training: A Star is Born (2018)past reading lists 2020 reading list 2019 reading list 2018 reading list Carrie Jesse2021-04-04T23:04:01+00:00 share this post FacebookTwitterPinterest Related Posts practice staying in the moment (with books) March 2, 2021 | 0 Comments tracking your tbr book list with trello January 21, 2021 | 0 Comments year in review: 2020 reading list January 4, 2021 | 0 Comments Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.