Books

December Wrap Up/End of Year Wrap Up

My last wrap up of 2017! It’s been a great reading year, I’ve read a lot of books (368 books) and, more importantly, I’ve read a lot of books I’ve really enjoyed. I set myself a secondary goal of 365 books, which I did actually manage to complete, mostly by reading about twenty books in the last ten days. I got a lot of new books for Christmas (three of which I read on Boxing Day) so I’m really looking forward to getting stuck in to those.

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Books

November Wrap-Up

I definitely did not read as much during November as I did during October. To be fair, I don’t think I could have ever read as much during November as I did during October. I did Nanowrimo during the month of November so I was concentrating on writing (over here on my writing blog), I did Tome Topple Round 5 which is a readathon which focuses on long books and I started work! Fun fact, if you go back to work after not working for a while and you have an annoying commute, it sucks up more of your time than you think.

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September Wrap Up

Considering I had only one readathon planned for this month, I ended up taking part in three of them. This was a successful reading month for me, not only due to readathons and books read, but I finished a few books that I have had on my ‘Currently Reading’ list for a while, such as Eternity in an Hour, Wake, Outlander and The Queen of the Tearling. I managed to read two books on my September TBR.

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July Wrap Up

If you ever fall into a reading slump, do two 12-14 hour train journeys on your own and you’ll read out of sheer boredom if nothing else. That said, I read some really good books this month and some that have been on my TBR for a very long time. It was a good reading month, in terms of both quality and quantity. The readathons I took part in were really fun and I’m glad I did them (even if they all seemed to overlap).

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