Also taking suggestions
  1. Read at least one book considered a classic
    Right now thinking about Pride and Prejudice since I missed that one in school, The Scarlett Letter or any of Jane Austen's books.
  2. Reread Harry Potter 6 and 7
    I remember the least about these two books.
  3. Read at least two collections of poetry.
  4. Read a book about feminism
    Totally open to suggestions here. I know there are a lot out there and I'd like to read a good one.
  5. Read The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
  6. Read a book recommended by my grandfather
  7. Read a book recommended by my brother
  8. Read a memoir
  9. Reread The Bell Jar
  10. The Book Thief
    It's so good. And the narrator is not who you're expecting it to be.
    Suggested by @teamgivan
  11. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
    Superb storytelling! Characters you will love and probably think of daily even months after you finish the book! A new world/fandom in which to find connection and belonging with other fellow nerds! : ) I just can't recommend it enough.
    Suggested by @amieshmamie