2015 book log

I read a bunch of books this year and thought it’d be fun to share the best ones in case anyone’s looking for reading inspiration in 2016.

If you’ve made your own book log, I’d love to see it.

The books in bold are ten of my favourites from the year.

Happy reading!

  1. A Sense of Direction — Gideon Lewis-Kraus
  2. Play it Again — Alan Rusbridger
  3. Hegarty on Creativity — John Hegarty
  4. The Art of Stillness — Pico Iyer
  5. Emotional Intelligence — Daniel Goleman
  6. Happiness by Design — Paul Dolan
  7. Zeitoun — Dave Eggers
  8. Do Story — Bobette Buster
  9. No One Belongs Here More Than You — Miranda July
  10. Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore — Robin Sloan
  11. So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed — Jon Ronson
  12. Essentialism — Greg McKeown
  13. We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves — Karen Joy Fowler
  14. Ajax Penumbra 1969 — Robin Sloan
  15. Growth Hacker Marketing — Ryan Holiday
  16. Contagious — Jonah Berger
  17. Ringside! — Adam Gnade
  18. The Element— Ken Robinson
  19. The Versions of Us — Laura Barnett
  20. Dreams from My Father — Barack Obama
  21. The Rosie Project — Graeme Simsion
  22. The Rosie Effect — Graeme Simsion
  23. Improv Wisdom — Patricia Ryan Madson
  24. Tiny Beautiful Things — Cheryl Strayed
  25. All My Friends are Superheroes — Andrew Kaufman
  26. The Achievement Habit — Bernie Roth
  27. The Fly Trap— Fredrik Sjöberg
  28. Small Victories — Anne Lamott
  29. Born to Run — Christopher McDougall
  30. Beautiful Ruins— Jess Walter
  31. The Game — Neil Strauss
  32. The Magic of Tidying — Marie Kondo
  33. Reasons to Stay Alive — Matt Haig
  34. Spark for the Fire — Ian Wharton
  35. Doing Good Better — Will MacAskill
  36. The Miniaturist — Jessie Burton
  37. The Next Next Level — Leon Neyfakh
  38. Wild — Cheryl Strayed
  39. Yes Please — Amy Poehler
  40. On the Shortness of Life — Seneca
  41. Instrumental — James Rhodes
  42. The Almost Nearly Perfect People — Michael Booth
  43. Silence and Honey Cakes — Rowan Williams (unfinished)

P.S. If you want to find out what I’m reading throughout the year, you can sign up to my weekly newsletter, Ten Things, or stalk me on Goodreads.

P.P.S. Here’s my 2014 book log and recommended reads.