2017: What Women Born In The 1970s Read In 2017

THIS LIST IS NOW OFFICIALLY CLOSED. Please DO NOT VOTE HERE, the votes have been officially counted.
This list was what women born in the 1970s read in 2017.
Those that read more than 100 books during the year whittled it down to their top 100 read in 2017.

This list is run annually, and this was our sixth year.

2017 List Results:
*633 members
*6141 different books read
*240 likes

The top read books were as follows:
1. 'A Man Called Ove' by Fredrik Backman with 107 readers
2. 'Big Little Lies' by Liane Moriarty with 87 readers
3. 'The Nightingale' by Kristin Hannah with 84 readers
4. 'The Woman in Cabin 10' by Ruth Ware with 73 readers
5. 'The Handmaid's Tale' by Margaret Atwood with 70 readers

The first book was new into the top 5, the second book re-emerged into the top probably because of the TV series in 2017, the third book was number 2 in 2016, the fourth book was new into the top 5, and the fifth book, a classic originally written during the 1980s, came into the list again probably due to the new audio edition complete with new material at the end, a new filmed version in 2017, and a reaction to current political speculation in the U.S.A.


The 2017 list has officially closed. DO NOT VOTE HERE.
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message 1: by Penny (last edited Jan 05, 2018 11:58PM) (new)

Penny SPECIAL NOTE: DO NOT VOTE HERE, THIS LIST IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED.


HERE WAS THE ORIGINAL FIRST MESSAGE (do not vote here though, this is just what the listees were asked to follow. The list officially closed 5 January 2018):

Here it is guys, the 2017 list up for you! We invite Women born in the 1970s to add their tally of books read in 2017 to this list.
Dos:
Do add the books you've read in 2017 if you are a woman born in the 1970s (including Transgender women - if you live as a woman, you are a woman to this list organiser).

Do invite your female friends born in the same decade (1970s) to join in with us.

Do take part in the conversations we will have, including my huge announcement below.

Don'ts:
Don't vote in this list if you are not a woman born in the 1970s. I shouldn't have to state this, but we do get numskulls who can't read voting in this list when they're not in our criteria range - go haunt or self-promote in another list - there are plenty of them.

Don't self-promote or get friends/publishing/marketing people to promote a book here. That's not what this list is about and we get angry and vocal about it if you do. It's a sure-fire way to NOT get read by the legitimate users of this list.

Don't skim the list and just 'vote' - please add in the book editions you've read by clicking 'Add Books To This List' and adding from your books read. That way we also get to see the popular-read edition of a book title. Don't panic that in 'adding' a book you create duplicates because we regularly go through the list to amalgamate all the editions. It's easy for us, just a click of a button does it.

Don't vote on this list once the list has officially closed - 5 January 2018.

OK - there are the rules. I'll add to them if I need to, but here you go, this is the list for 2017.


message 2: by Saturday's (new)

Saturday's Child Thanks for this list Penny I will be adding to it soon (as I have done for the last few years). Happy reading in 2017.


message 3: by Sharmon (new)

Sharmon Thanks for running the list Penny. Looking forward to seeing some new books up in the top ten in 2017.


message 4: by Penny (new)

Penny Oh you're all welcome and welcome back my 1970s born female friends!


message 5: by Helen (new)

Helen I love a good list and a good book so by definition a book list makes me very happy!


message 6: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Excited about the new list!


message 7: by Penny (last edited Jan 03, 2017 11:55AM) (new)

Penny Starting these lists and then wrapping up the previous year's list are actually my New Year highlights. Both exciting from different angles!
I hope you guys will note that when the 2016 list is closed, I change its name to reflect that it WAS what we read and we don't add to it. So if you're reading this after 5 January 2017, remember that it is too late to add your books read in 2016, but now you'll be on board for 2017 and can join our merry band of 70s chicks as we grow older and very well read.
I love looking back and seeing my record of reads over the years. That's the brilliance of the listopia set up - no matter what happens after it is officially closed, you can always see what your own contributing list within it reveals. It's a fun game to pick the pattern that occurred within each year - if you've been with us awhile, try it! You'll just have to scroll through the lists you've voted on to find it :)


message 8: by Lisa (new)

Lisa I have read 2 books that honestly should never have been published....not totally sure how they made it past an editor so I am not adding them to the list. I also do not add the books I read with my kids on here even though I mark them read on goodreads.


message 9: by Sharyn (new)

Sharyn I just want to thank Penny for all of your hard work. This is my favorite list on Goodreads! I look forward to adding to it and seeing how it changes over the months.


message 10: by Penny (new)

Penny Lisa wrote: "I have read 2 books that honestly should never have been published....not totally sure how they made it past an editor so I am not adding them to the list. I also do not add the books I read with m..."

Hi Lisa,
DO put them up - this list is about what you've read, not necessarily about 'what was great that you read'. If you read over 100, then sure, whittle it down to the best, but there is a better way to express that a book isn't worth reading - tell us in the comments, or, put a comment under your book 'vote'. I read a clunker of a book last year so I wrote that in my review. Very important to do that. Reviews whether good or bad help people to make their book reading choices. You read it, so in my opinion put it up if you want the list to reflect what you've read accurately, it did take up some of your precious time after all! :)


message 11: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Penny wrote: "Lisa wrote: "I have read 2 books that honestly should never have been published....not totally sure how they made it past an editor so I am not adding them to the list. I also do not add the books ..."

I do usually read over 100 and had to cut off near the end of last year. I will add them for now and remove if I get close to the 100 this year. They took up too much of my time. I have OCD and so I can not quit a book once I start it which I totally should have with these 2.


Latanya (CraftyScribbles) Yay! The list's back.


message 13: by Christin (new)

Christin Thank you for doing this every year, Penny! Looking forward to it. This is my second year. Happy Reading!


message 14: by Heather (new)

Heather Penny wrote: "Here it is guys, the 2017 list up for you! We invite Women born in the 1970s to add their tally of books read in 2017 to this list.
Dos:
Do add the books you've read in 2017 if you are a woman born..."

Can you explain to me the "score" portion? Why are all the books voted on by only one person at different levels in score and vary in the ranking they have on the list? You may have explained this before, but I didn't find it just now. Thank you!


message 15: by Penny (new)

Penny Heather wrote: "Can you explain the "score" portion?"

OK this I can tell you!
The first book YOU add when you've read it is scored '100'. The second book YOU add when you've read it is scored '99'. The 99th book YOU add when you've read it is scored '2' and the last book you're allowed to add if you're lucky enough to read that many books (you can add only 100 to any list) is scored '1'.
Then what happens is Goodreads amalgamate all our 'scores', so the total 'score' for a book is based on the ranking of each book in your year's collection, added to the ranking of everyone else who 'voted' on that book.

For us, I don't take any notice of that score or the ranking. All I'm looking at, and all that counts in our tally, is how many women born in the 1970s have read each book within the list, that's all.

IF it bothers anyone, then what I suggest is that you make your favourites read in the year rank at the top of your list, and your least favourite (or perhaps 'hated') read in the year rank at the bottom of your list. That way your 'score' can help affect the 'rank'. Changing this is really simple to do in your 'My votes' column on the right of the screen (if using PC/Mac - no idea what happens with the APP sorry!).

I hope this has helped?


message 16: by Heather (new)

Heather Yes, thank you very much!


message 17: by Helen (new)

Helen I can't do anything with the app for this list. I can't add my books let alone change the order. I always have to revert to my laptop for that. I keep meaning to try it on an iPad as I have an android tablet to see if it works any better.


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads My impression is that you can't do a lot of things with the app.


message 19: by Sharmon (new)

Sharmon Honestly....I only use the app for the book scanner.....everything else I do on my laptop.


message 20: by Lisa (new)

Lisa I use the app to update my progress when I am out and about. I also use the scanner.


message 21: by Penny (new)

Penny My partner has complained about the app - it seems it can't do a lot of the things that using the good old PC (or laptop? or ipad?) can do. Lists might get forgotten? It is my belief that the app affected the number of people we had last year (almost half of the previous year) although 'Lists' also seems to be hard to find now, you have to 'Browse' to find it. I'll be old school and stick to PC - I prefer touch-typing on my keyboard as well!


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads Another change that's probably affecting numbers: voting on Listopias is no longer in the feed on the Homepage. Also, many are not using the Homepage at all anymore, after the redesign.


message 23: by Penny (new)

Penny Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: " Also, many are not using the Homepage at all anymore, after the redesign."

I do use it, but I was not a fan of the redesign. I liked the way it was before and had no need for it to change. Advertising seems to have won...sigh...I know it pays the bills but still, I wish I didn't have to see it blink blink blinking at me while I record everything that I do...


message 24: by Penny (new)

Penny I'm shortly going to announce something awesome to affect all of us on this list - are you all ready??? Watch this space AND message 1 when it changes to reflect what I announce!


message 25: by Helen (new)

Helen Ready and intrigued....


message 26: by Vanessa (new)

Vanessa The anticipation is killing me.


message 27: by Heather (new)

Heather Apparently, Penny, you and I have differing ideas on the meaning of "shortly." :)


message 28: by Penny (last edited Jan 30, 2017 08:31PM) (new)

Penny Heather wrote: "Apparently, Penny, you and I have differing ideas on the meaning of "shortly." :)"

Hehe, sorry Heather - got caught up, but it's up - you'll see it in the first message on the list!

You will all need to use a PC or laptop to do this methinks, I'm talking of all the icons and buttons etc from where I can see them on PC...


message 29: by Penny (last edited Jan 31, 2017 11:47PM) (new)

Penny Re: The Christmas draw and getting on to it fast:

And the sender of the first book I receive for the Christmas Giveaway will receive a book from me in return - so get on to it people - follow the instructions and let's get the Christmas 2017 ball rolling!


message 30: by Penny (last edited Feb 06, 2017 10:33AM) (new)

Penny Goodreads Romance week huh?
Sounds like a good week to read Sci-Fi....hehehe


message 31: by Penny (new)

Penny Is anyone interested in having an update of the top novels in each month? We've not had it before but it is on another 'read so far' list. I wondered this because I for one noticed the changes at the top, particularly around film releases of books last year. Would you like a way of seeing what the top books are at the end of each month?


message 32: by Heather (new)

Heather Personally, I don't need it. I check the list periodically to see what new books have been added and which ones have more votes. I guess, maybe as the year progresses and the list is longer it may be more helpful, but if a book is popular, it creeps higher on the list.
It also depends how much work it is for you; if it is an easy post maybe others might appreciate it, but if it takes some time, I for one am good without it.


message 33: by Sharmon (new)

Sharmon I agree with Heather that I don't think it is necessary unless this is something super easy for you. I check the list every few days as I add books to the list and I am always interested in the changes so I look through the list. At this point on the list, I personally like to check out where the 1 person voted changes to 2 people voted.


message 34: by Penny (new)

Penny I've just seen it on another list - the person who does it puts up 12 posts at the start of the year, one for each month, and as a month ends, posts the top ten books in the order that they are in at the end of that month on the appropriate post. I guess what it shows is the progress through the year, posted and on show forever in that list. You can watch as a book moves from further down up to the top spot etc.
It's done with the covers of the novels within it. I have no idea how to do it myself, but I would ask the person that does if they could do it for us if it is wanted by members. So it's two no's at the moment and zero yes's.

If anyone wants it, they'd better speak up!


message 35: by Helen (new)

Helen I like the list as it is too. I look every time I vote for a book to see what else I might like to read so the popular ones always seem to rise to the top 100 anyway. So far this year I have added 3 to my want to read list, it's a really eclectic mix and as the year goes on it's already easy to find more to add.


message 36: by Penny (last edited Feb 14, 2017 02:45PM) (new)

Penny OK so 3 against...0 for...come on you late takers, let me know!


message 37: by Penny (new)

Penny And just like that, before the end of February, we've crossed the 1000 books so far this year mark ladies - Give yourselves a clap for that one and then make a cuppa (or grab a cold one if you're like me in the Southern Hemisphere) and keep on reading...we don't need to do housework, right???


message 38: by Penny (last edited Feb 27, 2017 08:16PM) (new)

Penny I can't believe I'm about to suggest this, but I am:
I'm enjoying watching a classic written in 1948: '1984' by George Orwell sitting in the top five books read so far this year. Would you guys like to see an old classic rise and be the number 1 book read this year? I sure would like to buck tradition and see that happen. So here is my challenge:
Let's get that book to the number 1 read this year? If you've already read it, how about re-reading it? If you haven't (and I'm sadly in that category at present), then why not try reading it?
When I was studying literature at university I learned that the reason why this futuristic novel was called '1984' (a date now in our past) was that the author couldn't pick a date and so just reversed the 4 and the 8 of the current year at that time. Many people have told me that the message behind the book is still as relevant today as it was when written, so that's a plus for me right there.
Shall we do it? Shall we? I'm going to make it my mission to read it this year, how about you?
I've read somewhere that it is available as a cheap, even perhaps free download somewhere and you'd also find it in classics sections and second-hand in bookstores.
Let's do it, yeah?
GO ON!!!


message 39: by Vanessa (new)

Vanessa I plan on reading it this year.


message 40: by Penny (new)

Penny Vanessa wrote: "I plan on reading it this year."

I've just ordered me a copy as I've been planning on reading it for years! Now seems an excellent time :)


message 41: by Heather (new)

Heather So as an American, I recognize that '1984' is rising to the top of the list because of the correlation Americans and the media are making to our president and his administrations use of alternative facts. I put it on hold at the library a month ago when the term first came up, having never read the book myself, and I am finally up to #13 on the waiting list of 13 copies and there are 74 people on the waiting list. It sold out on Amazon the first week the administration was compared to the book. We want to have an idea of the horrible direction we are currently heading in.


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads It's selling so well Penguin's ordered a reprint of 75,000 copies, and they're re-releasing the 1984 film of 1984. Suits the zeitgeist, it does.


message 43: by Penny (new)

Penny Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: "It's selling so well Penguin's ordered a reprint of 75,000 copies, and they're re-releasing the 1984 film of 1984. Suits the zeitgeist, it does."

Another book that I remember worth reading regarding the take-over and break down of society by extremists (and I don't mean terrorists) is Margaret Atwood's 'The Handmaid's Tale' - if you haven't read that one ladies, you REALLY should. It brings a new light to the 'pen is envy' and I rate this book in the top ten I've read of all time and I read it when I was 17!


message 44: by Penny (new)

Penny Heather wrote: "So as an American, I recognize that '1984' is rising to the top of the list because of the correlation Americans and the media are making to our president and his administrations use of alternative..."

AND it's not just Americans - we can ALL see it :(


message 45: by Penny (new)

Penny Changing the subject - Yay, I've received my book in the post (my favourite book of all time) for the Christmas Giveaway! I can't wait for the winner to receive it! Remember to request the instructions from me so that you can enter the giveaway draw!


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads Seconding Penny's recommendation of The Handmaid's Tale - it is excellent.


message 47: by pml (last edited Mar 01, 2017 08:02PM) (new)

pml Last week I had the urge to reread Fahrenheit 451, and found there were too many library holds to allow easy access to it - but those are only a fraction of the number of holds for 1984. But I'm not sure I feel up to rereading '84 anyway, I read it a couple of times during the nineties & still recall it quite vividly.

I realize I'm a few weeks late on this, but here's my Yes vote for an update of the top novels in each month. It would be an interesting recap to observe at the end of the year.


message 48: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Fahrenheit 451 is my favorite book of all time! I however notice that most of the books I read end up way down the list because they are not widely read.


message 49: by Penny (new)

Penny So that's 3 votes against and 1 for...

As to books ending up way down the list - my books are really only near the top at the start of the year when I start the list. Currently I have to scroll to page 3 to get to my first one LOL. I've just read Jeanette Winterson's 'Sexing the Cherry', a cerebrally satisfying 90s feminist read. Oh how I wish others would read that too, but I know many people suffer from its lack of society-accepted plot structure, but that's its point!


message 50: by Penny (last edited Mar 02, 2017 12:51PM) (new)

Penny At this point (now being March), I might do that monthly check-in of top novels from the start of next year and leave this year as-is. It will sit on the first page of comments and so if you're not interested, it shouldn't bother anyone. I personally would like to keep a watch on it as I enjoy watching patterns...so actually that would be 3 against and 2 for...


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