Happy New Year, Reader. It is no secret that I do love my classics, and I am very much aware I do tend to get lost in other types of fiction that I forget the classics. To counter that, I have been taking part in the classics community reading challenge where essentially you try to read as many classics as you can in a year, no pressure.
I am happy to report that I have read 20 classics this year, and I wanted to share the books I picked up. Hopefully you will see one or two that you would like to add to your tbr.

Books I Read

Where Angels Fear To Tread

A Room With A View

The Age of Innocence

Lady Chatterly’s Lover

Letters To A Young Poet

Selected Poems

Of Mice and Men

Franny and Zooey



The Warden

Bachester Towers

The Mill On The Floss

Framley Parsonage


If Beale Street Could Talk

A Christmas Carol

The Bell Jar

Can You Forgive Her?

Frenchman’s Creek

Have you read any of these? I’d love to know your favorite classic too. Wishing you a wonderful start to the year, I’ll see you on my next post.