At the start of 2014 I noted down the novels read over the course of the year to see what it might reveal to me and anybody else about my reading habits. That said, I was already aware that the list would not be that extensive. During my PhD years I used to read a novel every two weeks, sometimes more, but these days I get through a novel about once every month. This is the list of my novel reading in 2014.

It is clearly less extensive than, for example, Stuart Elden’s voracious novel reading as he wonderfully documents on Progressive Geographies. But I do like the idea of listing the novels one reads, as a note-to-self of the books themselves and the thoughts, places, and politics they may evoke regardless of the pace of that reading. I just wish that I had adopted the habit of noting down my novel reading sooner!

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