2023 Reading List: A Page Per Day Challenge

📚A running list of the books I will read in 2023…

Trisha Dunbar (She/Her)

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“My alma mater was books, a good library…. I could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity” — Malcolm X.

In 2023 my goal is to read at least a #PagePerDay minimum. This year I am also planning to add some classical fictional reads and audiobooks to the mix.

In the years gone, I’d set a goal to read 52 non-fiction books in 52 weeks and applied at least one thing from each book. During the lockdown period(s) I smashed that target and was reading a 100+ books a year.

This year I’m aiming for quality rather than quantity of reads. The target is 24 books, 12 non-fiction and 12 fictional stories— one page at a time…

The Page Per Day Challenge

Anyone can take part, make a pledge to read everyday of 2023, just one page at a time. It’s likely that one page will become 3, 5 to 10 pages or maybe even a chapter or 2.

I’d love to support you in your daily reading habits so if you plan to take part let me know in the comments section or use #PagePerDay on social media. It’ll be a great way to discover other books people are reading too.

January 2023 Reads

  1. Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day, by Jay Shetty.
  2. Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom.

February 2023 Reads

3. The Year of Less, by Cait Flanders.

March 2023 Reads

4. How Women Rise, by Sally Helgeson.

Goal: To read 12 Cyber Security Books in 3 Months, with a focus on social engineering

April 2023 Reads

5. The Art of Invisibility, by Kevin Mitnick.

6. The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security, by Kevin Mitnick.

7. Security and Usability, edited by Lorrie Faith Cranor & Simson Garfinkel (still…

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Trisha Dunbar (She/Her)

🧠 Lessons on Psychology, Philosophy & Neurodiversity, ✍ A Dyslexic Top Writer | Reading for Growth | Writing for Self-Expression 🦣@trishadunbar@me.dm