Friday, January 01, 2016

Books read for the second half of the year 2015

Wow, time passes by in a blink of eye! It's first day of year 2016 now! Happy New Year everyone! :)

Happy New Year 2016 (Pic source: Google.com)

Many of you have come out with year 2016 resolutions, haven't you? Hope reading was among your resolution list lah! ^^

Check out my reading list back in Jan-Jun 2014, Jul-Dec 2014, and Jan-Jun 2015

I spent the second half of my last year mostly traveling around, meeting up, and spending my precious life's time with dear family members and lovely friends all around the place and ended up reading less books. But no regret though! Not at all! ;)

Reading is passion! :D

Anyway, it was not the quantity of the book that I emphasized when it came to read, but it was more into answering my calling, my passion. I just loved to quench my curiosity about the content behind the title and beautiful picture that decorating the cover of the book, or wondered myself on what would this author write in his or her next book :)

So, please find the list of books I read during the second half of the year 2015 as per follow:

Book read in July 2015

July 2015:
1.The Little Paris Bookshop - Nina George

Books read in August 2015

August 2015:
1. Go Kiss the World - Subroto Bagchi
2. China Rich Girlfriend - Kevin Kwan

Books read in September 2015

September 2015:
1. Happiness - A Guide to Developing Life's Most Important Skill - Matthieu Ricard
2. Secrets About Men Every Women Should Know - Barbara De Angelis, PhD
3. Attachments - Rainbow Rowell


Books read in October 2015

October 2015:
1. Peace - Steps to Achieving Happiness Through Acts of Love, Compassion, Kindness, Tolerance, and Forgiveness - Tsem Rinpoche (re-read as I wasn't aware that they republished the new version)
2. The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO - Robin Sharma (re-read it again as to remind myself the important things to take notes in life ^^)

Book read in November 2015

November 2015:
1. All the Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr

Books read in December 2015

December 2015:
1. In the Shadow of the Buddha: One's Man Journey of Discovery in Tibet - Matteo Pistono
2. Narcissus and Goldmund - Herman Hesse
3. Big Little Lies - Liane Moriarty
4. The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto - Mitch Albom

So, as you see, it was very much less comparing with previous half-yearly reading lists. wasn't it? I hope many of you keep up your reading passion in your life, not only for enjoyment, but also for learning new things or living other people's lives, and so on. Wish you all a wonderful and great new year!!!

P.S. I listed the books I read before as I am getting forgetful lately. E.g. I borrowed and read the book that I'd read before and only realized when it came almost to the end part, like suddenly I felt reading something familiar before... Lol! Perhaps as the year goes by, age increases, and my memory has faded away... ;P Nevertheless, it won't stop me from continuing my passion lah!! Hope you too! ;)

14 comments:

Sherab Tenzin said...

Wow...you are indeed an active reader. Number of books I can complete in a year, you have completed in a month or so. Keep reading Rima. I can only wish if I can do like you. Happy new year

Ugyen Tenzin said...

Happy New Year :) You have done an awesome reading within short span of time. It's inspiring for an ardent reader like me. Wishing you to inspire more as 2016 passes on. Thank you for your inspiration always. Wishes for your life ahead.Hope you're doing great. Do Great. Regards. Cheers 2016! Take Care. :)

Rekha Monger said...

So many books to read, so little time :(.

Quite a good choice of reads there, especially All the lights we cannot see, The Saint, Surfer and the CEO, The Attachments. OMG! I want to read all these haha. The book hoarder I am lol.

Keep reading and inspiring us Rima dear.

xoxo

Happy New year.

Rima Reyka said...

Thank you Sherab and happy new year to you too la! You are busy with other things like writing blog tips, interviewing bloggers, etc on your blog. That's why you spend less time on reading la! I doubt you haven't even finished reading the book I gave you mo la? Hehehe.... ;D Anyway, I wish you a wonderful year ahead la! :)

Rima Reyka said...

Happy New Year too Ugyen! Thank you for your comment la! You too have already had a long list of tbr book and all are serious stuffs! I wish I could choose those kind of books too ^^

Wish you a wonderful year ahead la! Take care and enjoy your holiday! :)

Rima Reyka said...

Happy New Year to you too dear! I hope you had a great one last night ;)

I'll get you Attachments tubga? You've done well with 20 books dear and I'm sure you can do better :)

Wish you a wonderful year ahead la! Take care!

Xoxo, Ashim Rima ;D

Choki Gyeltshen said...

You have very good choice of books you read, I would like to read most of your lists including your previous reads. I really liked the passion you have for the books. I agree that we should read not for the sake of numbers or volumes of books but for the content and messages it delivers.

So you have here your beautiful very first post for the year! Happy Reading!

Rima Reyka said...

Thank you Choki! I hope your wish to read most of books on this list will come true! In fact, you have already started since some time ago. So keep it up Lah! ;)

Sangay Cholden said...

Happy New Year maim!

Rima Reyka said...

Happy New Year to you too Sangay! Wish you a wonderful year ahead! :)

Flora said...

You end up reading a lovely and informative books, and I ended up reading endless journal or passion of some one called 'OVERCOME LIFE' thank you for the author! 😂😂😂 hope are having wonderful start of the new year! Cheers!

Rima Reyka said...

Hahaha.... Thank you very much Charo for appreciating my endless journal of Overcome Life! I really thank you for all your constant support on this journey. Without you as a reader, this blog will be of no use :)

I wish you a great and wonderful year of 2016 too!

Love,

Rima :)

Tashi Chenzom said...

WOW...this is one reason why I draw so much of inspiration from you mam. You are incredible. Being able to read so many books in a short span of time is great.

Keep reading and writing mam which I know you will😊😉

Rima Reyka said...

You can too if you put your heart into it La! These days despite being busy with new job, I tried my best to squeeze a little reading time like during my bus journey from and to work. Hope you can do what you love doing in your life too! Take care! :)

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