On my blog here, (left sidebar) I always post my accumulated reading throughout any given year. Then I archive the list and start new from Jan 1 of the new year. Been doing this for more than a decade. Typically I average between 25-30 books per year; 2017 has only been 20 (had a few disruptions this year, that shifted my priorities for a bit :).
Here's my summary from 2017 (in order read from beginning of the year) * highlighted books are highly recommended; books that will continue to challenge my thinking and practice.
Sara Moliner, The Whispering City
Jennell Williams Paris, The End of Sexual Identity: Why Sex is Too Important to Define Who We Are
Joseph Boyden, The Orenda
Carol King, Natural Woman: A Memoir
Mircea Eliade, Autobiography 1907-1937: Journey East, Journey West
Shyam Selvadurai, Cinnamon Garden
*Eberhard Arnold, Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People
Bernard Cornwell, The Flame Bearer
James Haley, The Shores of Tripoli
Jane Johnson, Court of Lions
Thomas Skinner, Fifty Years in Ceylon: An Autobiography