Books I Read in 2019

Posted On: December 23, 2019

I had set the goal of reading 150 books in 2013; 200 in 2014, 2015 and 2016; 100 in 2017 and 2018.

This is how I fared

I intend to read at least 100 books this year!

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In the meantime, check out the list of books I read in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 ,2017 and 2018 here.

As per previous years, I’m sorting them into five categories:

  • Fun (completely random books I picked up or the sort of thing I read to pass time);
  • Spirituality (what I am into it but actually also fun for me);
  • Work (not necessarily related to my field but along the lines of business e.g. marketing, customer service, productivity etc);
  • Sexuality (I have added this label so you know this book is primarily about sexuality);
  • Relationship (self explanatory)

For those interested, this is a complete list of the books I have read in 2019 so far:

  1. March 3 – A Woman’s Worth (Work)
  2. March 8 – Not On My Watch: A Bystander’s Handbook for the Prevention of Sexual Violence: Second Edition (Sexuality)
  3. April 4 – Aching for Love: The Sexual Drama of the Adult Child : Healing Strategies for Women (Sexuality)
  4. April 9 – What’s Inside the Red Box? (Fun)
  5. May 10 – Tempted by Tempeh: 30 Creative Recipes for Fermented Soybean Cakes (Fun)
  6. June 11 – A Woman’s Guide to Male Menopause: Real Solutions for Helping Him Maintain Vitality and Virility (Sexuality)
  7. June 15 – The Executive Warrior: 40 Powerful Questions to Develop Mental Toughness For Career Success (Work)
  8. June 18 – The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country’s Foremost Relationship Expert (Work)
  9. June 20 – Amazing You!: Getting Smart About Your Private Parts (Work)
  10. July 5 – Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with the LGBT Community (Work)
  11. July 10 – Women of Courage: Inspiring Stories from the Women Who Lived Them (Work)
  12. July 20 – The Orion Mystery: Unlocking the Secrets of the Pyramids (Fun)
  13. July 21 – Rosie’s Hat (Fun)
  14. Aug 28 – Diaries of a Sexologist’s Wife (Work)
  15. Aug 30 – The Book of Hope by Chang, Cayden (Work)
  16. Aug 31 – Time for Life Metastatic Breast Cancer Support (Work)
  17. Sept 4 – The Broken Path (Relationship)
  18. Oct 5: Serpent of Light (Work)
  19. Oct 9: The Awakened Woman: Remembering & Reigniting Our Sacred Dreams (Work)
  20. Oct 11: Building Body Confidence: A compilation of body positive interviews (Work)
  21. Oct 13: The Marriage Builder: Creating True Oneness to Transform Your Marriage  (Work)
  22. Oct 30: Everything You Need to Know When a Parent Dies (Need to Know Library) (Work)
  23. Nov 13 The Narcissist (Work)
  24. Nov 30: Death And Dying (What Do You Know About) (Work)
  25. Dec 3: Feelings Women Rarely Share (Work)
  26. Dec 5: The Singapore Chinese Massacre (Fun)
  27. Dec 22: Let Us Consider by Jacqueline Woo and Dr Tan Lai Yong (Work)
  28. Dec 23: Doctor, I Have Cancer. Can You Help Me? A Book of Hope: True Stories From the Cancer Clinic (Work)
  29. Dec 23: Unthink: And How to Harness the Power of Your Unconscious (Work)
  30. Dec 23: Born Gay: Examining the Scientific Evidence for Homosexuality (Work)
  31. Dec 23: Single, Married, Separated and Life after Divorce (Work)

As you can see, I haven’t done much reading this year at all! I have traveled more in 2019 and instead been binge-watching a lot of YouTube videos. Not good but in all honesty, I still wanted to list the books I read for your reference, but mainly for my own reference.

  • Work – 22
  • Fun – 5
  • Relationship – 1
  • Sexuality – 3

If you like to recommend that I read a book, or review yours, please drop me an email at (I do reserve the final decision though. Wink.) 

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