2015: What Women Born In The 1970s Read In 2015

THIS LIST IS CLOSED TO VOTING. DO NOT VOTE ON THIS LIST THANKYOU.
In 2015 women born between 1 January 1970 through until December 31 1979 tallied the books they read in 2015. At close of 'vote' or 'tally', We had:
*1216 members
*6207 different books read
*448 likes.
The top read books were:
1. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins at 429 readers in 2015
2. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty at 220 readers in 2015
3. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr at 207 readers in 2015


This was the fourth year we ran this list and it was a record year. The results differed from 2014 as all the Top 3 were new. 2014's Top 3 still made it into 2015's Top 12 though.

Results from our 2014 year's list:
*843 members
*4401 different books read
*The top 3 books read were:
1. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green with 187 readers
2. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes with 152 readers
3. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn with 135 readers
This result differed slightly from 2013, where Gone Girl was the top read book then, and The Fault in our Stars came in second. Incidentally, 2014 was the first year that Me Before You made it to the top three.
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6,334 books · 1,551 voters · list created December 31st, 2014 by Penny (votes) .
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message 1: by Penny (last edited Dec 31, 2014 05:11AM) (new)

Penny Hi my 1970s-born-female-friends,
WELCOME TO 2015!
If you need to flag this list so that you have its location pinned down, add the book you are currently reading. As soon as you have read it completely (as long as you finish it in 2015), it will become your first official 'vote'.
'Voting' is a terrible concept of a word - What we're really achieving here is a 'tally' of the books us 1970s born chicks have read in 2015. So please do that - DON'T vote for anything you've read any other year. DON'T vote for popular books unless you've read them in 2015. Please DON'T vote if you are not a woman born in the 1970s (I shouldn't have to say this, but there are some numskulls around who can't follow instructions properly). And by 'woman'- I include transgendered women. If you live your life as a woman, you are a woman to this list owner!
I'd prefer if everyone 'add books to this list' rather than tick next to books already in the tally. In this way, the most popular edition shows in the tally because I regularly check for duplicates and amalgamate them. The popularity of a particular edition is important info, and, it can be fun to watch as book covers shown change constantly at the beginning of the year.

Have fun everyone, and please converse here in the comments section about the books you are reading and what's going on for you wherever in the world you are - we want to hear it. Make our community lively and strong :D

Penny :)


message 2: by Dichotomy Girl (new)

Dichotomy Girl Commenting so I am reminded of this list every time someone else comments :)


message 3: by Penny (last edited Dec 31, 2014 05:16AM) (new)

Penny Looking for our 2014 list? Until the 7th of January 2015 you can add books to the list of '2014 read books' (as long as you read them in 2014). After that, please do not vote on that list. Here is the 2014 link for you to peruse: https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/4...

Cheers,
Penny :)


message 4: by Denise (new)

Denise Finished #1 (and also commenting for the reminders...)


message 5: by Erin (new)

Erin So glad to be back, since I topped out my one hundred super early last year. I have to say....I'm a little embarrassed that my first read of the year is THE ANDY COHEN DIARIES....but just a little - we all need a bit of fun, right? =) Happy 2015!


message 6: by Penny (new)

Penny How are you all? Have you noticed how quiet I have actually been? I'm hopelessly and wonderfully in love with someone who is hopelessly and wonderfully in love with me too...and I am way behind in my novel writing project so I'm currently moving heaven and earth to get that project finished.
What you been up to?

Penny :)


message 7: by Denise (new)

Denise Penny wrote: "How are you all? Have you noticed how quiet I have actually been? I'm hopelessly and wonderfully in love with someone who is hopelessly and wonderfully in love with me too...and I am way behind in ..."

Aww... Great news! Congrats!


message 8: by Dichotomy Girl (new)

Dichotomy Girl Erin wrote: "So glad to be back, since I topped out my one hundred super early last year. I have to say....I'm a little embarrassed that my first read of the year is THE ANDY COHEN DIARIES....but just a little..."

My goal for last year was to read a book a day, so I too topped out 100 early on, BUT, I just came back and would remove previous books so that my it was more representative of my top 100.

My goal this year is to read 100 books off the 1001 books to read / 1001 kids books to read and at least 2 nonfiction books a month, so I'll probably read a little bit less.

Penny - Isn't it wonderful to feel that way????


message 9: by Penny (new)

Penny Dichotomy Girl wrote: "Penny - Isn't it wonderful to feel that way????"

It sure is...I'm a giddy schoolgirl again LOL And what a great idea to glean your 100 from a 1001 list. Me? I'll keep to the massive pile I've bought over the past 14 years as a bookshop buyer. It was over 100 titles at last count!



message 10: by Erin (new)

Erin I love and adore this list and thanks to Penny for keeping it going. I hate that I always have to stop in the fall because of GR's 100 book limit, but I still check in and I always promise to read the top three (if I haven't already) the next year. Thanks to those of you who take the time to list!


message 11: by Joanna (new)

Joanna I love seeing the results on this list. Thanks for moderating it and combining duplicates for us; now that I know that I won't search for the most popular edition, I'll just add books even if what I read was the audiobook.


message 12: by Penny (new)

Penny Thanks Erin and Joanna - and I love doing it too!

And news of news if you're following the saga of Penny's life - I got the first job I applied for in Taupo (where my new love lives), and I'm moving in a few weeks!!!
For those not in the know, Taupo is about a 1 and a half hour drive away from Napier in New Zealand. Napier is on the East Coast, and Taupo is in the middle of the North Island, situated on the edge of New Zealand's biggest Lake - Lake Taupo. The lake was originally formed by a massive vulcanic eruption long before recorded history (in this part of the world). It is a beautiful and picturesque place, spiritual, and from the property you get a great view of Mt Tauhara. We have two chooks, and fruit trees surround the balcony. A little piece of heaven? Why yes, and little is correct. The house is much smaller than the one I'm leaving, but the cost of living is less too. And did I say? Why no, I didn't - I'll be working less hours, so that means I'll be able to both read and write write write!

And if you think surely reading isn't a problem right now, I'm still on my first book of the year. I've been writing like a mad thing and now I'm packing up my stuff like one. 2015 is a very big year for me already! How about you?

Penny xxx


message 13: by Erin (new)

Erin What a wonderful introduction to 2015 - congratulations, Penny!


message 14: by Penny (new)

Penny OK...taking a packing breather. Yesterday was my workplace farewell. Bit sad to be leaving! New job starts properly on Tuesday (although I have done two days there already). Money is currently an issue but I'm working through it and selling stuff so that I can survive the shifting costs. How are you guys? I can see that you're prolifically reading and I'm JEALOUS right now!!!


message 15: by Sharon (new)

Sharon Nice list. I missed being born in the 70's by two months.


message 16: by Penny (new)

Penny Sharon wrote: "Nice list. I missed being born in the 70's by two months."

Ah, well if there isn't a list running for your decade (I know that there has been in the past), you should start one :)


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads There's one for the 60s ( https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/8... ), and I think there's one for the 80s as well.


message 18: by Penny (new)

Penny Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: "There's one for the 60s ( https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/8... ), and I think there's one for the 80s as well."

Thanks Susanna, I can always rely on you for the good information :D


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads I think I got a couple of hits looking up "1980s 2015" in the list search.


message 20: by Denise (new)

Denise Since Me Before You has been such a popular book on this list, I thought I'd mention that there's a sequel due out in September!


message 21: by Penny (new)

Penny Eeeeek! Who thought that love and moving across the country to be with that new love would cost me reading time??? I've read NO complete books yet this year. NONE. I've started a few and then that's it! But can anyone blame me? New love, new job, new location I'm living in. I'm finding it hard getting to the computer let alone to a book!
Until next time, Penny x


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads Good luck with everything, Penny!


message 23: by Jim (new)

Jim This is an interesting list! Being a man born in the 70s, I like seeing what women born in the 70s are reading.

Does anyone know why To Kill a Mockingbird is hitting high on all these reading lists? Is it because the sequel was recently announced? Is it just coincidence that everyone is reading it. (I read it last year, but just because it was a classic - is it that popular of a classic that so many people read it every year?)


message 24: by Susanna - Censored by GoodReads (last edited Mar 30, 2015 07:33PM) (new)

Susanna - Censored by GoodReads I know I've reread it in the last few years; it has held up very well, I think. (I'm just a tad bit too old to vote on this list.) The announced "old new book" from Harper Lee may have something to do with it, as well.

ETA: GR database indicates some 20,000 people list it as "currently reading," and they can't all be in high school.


message 25: by Jim (new)

Jim Wow! That's a lot of people "currently reading". Interesting.


message 26: by Penny (new)

Penny Philippa wrote: "I haven't added audiobooks...perhaps I should!"

Hi Philippa (and everyone else I've been missing so much!), what is the definition of 'reading' I wonder??? You see, reading books via audio is the ONLY reading my partner ever does. She 'reads' lots of them. Is this reading or not?

I never thought it was before, but now I think it is. Time is still invested in 'the book', the book is understood, a person can talk about the book...

On the other hand, when you don't read a physical 'in front of you' book, you miss the structure of the book, the clues given away in the way words are placed on the page etc...

Hmmm...any thoughts ladies? I mean, the reason why my love reads audio books and not physical books is that she's a truck driver and she listens to them as she drives. It is the one bonus in a dreary monotonous job I think. AND some people are Aural rather than Visual/Reader learner types so they take in things better that way. Does that make listening to Audio books the same as reading for some?
I'm a Visual/Reader learner myself,(Aural learning is weak for me). It's clear-cut for myself, for me PERSONALLY reading is seeing the words, but how is it for the rest of you?

Penny xxx


Laila (BigReadingLife) Definitely think listening to audio books counts as reading. Works for some, might not work for others - but you're still absorbing the text. That's my opinion.


message 28: by Crystal (new)

Crystal I love this! What a great way to get recommendations and find out what other people are reading!


message 29: by Penny (new)

Penny Crystal wrote: "I love this! What a great way to get recommendations and find out what other people are reading!"

It certainly helps, and it is a great way to share what you've really loved (or, sorry to say, sometimes abhorred) too :)


message 30: by Penny (new)

Penny Philippa wrote: "I do love my audiobooks! I'm currently listening to The Uninvited Guests by Sadie Jones. It's read by Emilia Fox, and I'm really enjoying it. When listening to audio books how much difference does ..."

The voice makes a HUGE difference in my opinion. And while I love English voices, can you imagine an English voice as the narrator of Margaret Atwood's 'The Handmaid's Tale'? I know there is a version out there, but when a book is set in what was once the U.S. of A., you have to have an American voice me thinks! I'm a kiwi, I can't imagine having anything but kiwi voices for books set in my fair country.


message 31: by Penny (new)

Penny Has anyone else read 'Magic for Beginners' by Kelly Link? For those not in the know, it isn't a 'how to' book on stage nor Witchcraft-y magic[k]. Just interested in what others our age think about it...


message 32: by Penny (new)

Penny AND...has anyone got a copy of 'Me Before You' in English by Jojo Moyes that they can trade with me?
We could negotiate a trade of something I may have that you might want to read? Email me through the site and I'll get back to you. I'm a New Zealander, I could possibly trade a Kiwi author's book? I'm not afraid to post overseas either - so email me preferably before the end of May and I'll pick the best offer - sound good? And if you're a Kelly Link fan, I could trade your Jojo Moyes book for a signed copy of 'Magic for Beginners'...


message 33: by Penny (new)

Penny Penny wrote: "AND...has anyone got a copy of 'Me Before You' in English by Jojo Moyes that they can trade with me?
We could negotiate a trade of something I may have that you might want to read? Email me through..."


Incidentally, I'm still waiting for an offer of a hard-copy (ie, paper-back) of this book (I've had an e-reader offer, but I'm a bricks-and-mortar 70s chick). I'll wait until the end of 31st May for an offer, after that I'll just have to go in and buy me a copy from somewhere...

Penny :)


message 34: by Penny (new)

Penny Penny wrote: "Penny wrote: "AND...has anyone got a copy of 'Me Before You' in English by Jojo Moyes that they can trade with me?

OK...I give up....will have to buy new :(
It's not really my cup of tea, seriously, but when I say I will read the top three, I mean it...xxx



message 35: by Sharyn (new)

Sharyn Jim wrote: "This is an interesting list! Being a man born in the 70s, I like seeing what women born in the 70s are reading.

Does anyone know why To Kill a Mockingbird is hitting high on all these..."


To Kill a Mockingbird is always a popular read or reread. But the buzz about Go Set a Watchman has brought people to the library looking for TKAM that I don't think would have been reading it otherwise.


message 36: by Maelyn (new)

Maelyn Hi Penny,
So pleased to have found your "list". If I read it, should I add it, even if I hated it? :)


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads I add the ones I didn't like to my "I read these books this year" lists, unless I read more than 100, when I start pruning books I didn't like and rereads.


message 38: by Penny (new)

Penny Maelyn wrote: "Hi Penny,
So pleased to have found your "list". If I read it, should I add it, even if I hated it? :)"


Welcome Maelyn (and all you wonderful women born in the same decade as me!) - as Susanna has replied (being the prolific Goodreadser she is), add EVERYTHING you've read in 2015 (no other years and no 'I want to read it but haven't yet' either), and if you're one of those lucky lucky people who have time to read more than 100, when you get to 100 you can start weeding out the ones you don't want to show. The choice is yours how you do this. Some people only keep their top 100, with some people painstakingly changing the order in which books appear on their own list to show favourites down to not liked. Some people keep only the 1st 100 read and then just keep an eye on the list through sheer wishful 'I want to be able to put more on this list but Good Reads won't let me'-ness.
Me? I've never got to 100 books and this year is a rubbish one for me personally. So what I do is put them in the order that I've read them. It also reveals to me the reading journey I've taken throughout the year.
AND you don't have to be limited to fiction books for adults either. You read non-fiction? Put it on! You read books for kids to your kids (or for your own enjoyment)? Put them on!
There are only 3 stipulations to this list:
1. You must have read the book this (2015) year in its entirety.
2. You must have been born in the 1970s and no other decade - there are lists for those of you not born in the 1970s, and if you can't find one, then start one for your decade!
3. You must also be a woman (this includes women in the Transgendered community who identify as 'women'. I shouldn't need to add that, but I find I sometimes have to).
You can't be/fit only 1 or 2 of those categories, you must be/fit all 3 to add books/votes to this list.

Hoping this helps and further clarifies? And may your reading prosper!

Penny :)


message 39: by Sharyn (new)

Sharyn What does the score number mean? I realize that "6 people voted" means 6 people read that book this year but I can't figure out what the score number means.


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads When you rank the books on your voting list, the top choice gets 100 points, the 2nd choice gets 99, etc. "X people voted" indicates how many voters the points came from.


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads 1 book removed per Penny's request - the only voter was male (the author).


message 42: by Sharyn (new)

Sharyn Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: "When you rank the books on your voting list, the top choice gets 100 points, the 2nd choice gets 99, etc. "X people voted" indicates how many voters the points came from."

So rank them by how much I enjoyed them rather than when they were read. Thank you for the clarification!


message 43: by Penny (new)

Penny Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: "When you rank the books on your voting list, the top choice gets 100 points, the 2nd choice gets 99, etc. "X people voted" indicates how many voters the points came from."

Thanks Susanna, I never knew that. I thought the score was a general score Goodreads-wide. It makes me think about what I will do ranking-wise come the end of the year.
Cheers,
Penny :)


message 44: by Roberta (new)

Roberta Commenting for the reminders...


message 45: by Elina (new)

Elina Great list! I just added my read books so far and commenting now for the reminders.


message 46: by Penny (new)

Penny Hi Roberta and Elina and everyone else of course!
I don't think you have to comment to get reminders(?), all you have to do is 'Like' the list? I could be wrong here - some clarity from a Goodreads Librarian?


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads You can just click "email me when people comment" at the bottom of these comments.


message 48: by Penny (new)

Penny Susanna - Censored by GoodReads wrote: "You can just click "email me when people comment" at the bottom of these comments."

Thanking you :):):)


message 49: by Brenna (new)

Brenna I just stumbled upon this now that the year is half over. I haven't been reading much lately but hoping this will motivate me.


message 50: by Erin (new)

Erin Well, it's early July and I've finished my 100. I'll still check in from time to time to see what you are all reading and enjoying!


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