Hi everyone, hope you are doing well. Today’s post is my December Wrap Up and I am really happy with the reading that I managed to get done within the month. I had some amazing books, some which have become new favourites. I definitely think that I have come out on the otherwise of my reading slump.Carry On Reading
Hi everyone, hope you are doing well. January is the start of a new year and I’m hoping to start my year off with a good reading month, and I feel like I have the TBR that could do that. There are a wide range of genres on this TBR and I am excited for all of them. There are some that I am reading for book clubs but they all sound really exciting. I am also getting my 2021 goals rolling as I am hoping to finish the Shadow and Bone series this month.Carry On Reading
November was a pretty terrible reading month for me and I can feel myself heading into a reading slump. I stopped with my TBR halfway through the month, as I felt like it was pulling me even further in. So hopefully I have been able to prevent it, by mood reading rather than a set TBR.
That being said I did have good reading month in terms of books and pages which is something to be happy about. I also managed to hit 100 books in a year, which is the best I have ever done.Carry On Reading
I had big plans for my November TBR and some of the books that I needed to get to I didn’t manage, so some of them are on my December TBR. I am really excited by the books that I have on my TBR this month, so hopefully they will motivate me to get reading. But I do feel myself going into a reading slump, so wish me luck.Carry On Reading
October was not my most successful month of reading, as I didn’t manage to finish my TBR by a long way. However, I did enjoy some of the books and graphic novels that I read. I had a wide variety of reads, which is something that I didn’t expect going into October. Any of the books that I reviewed separately in the month I have linked.Carry On Reading
November is one of my favourite months of the year, as it is when we get to journey into the land of Believathon!
Believathon is a Middle Grade readathon created by Gavin of How To Train Your Gavin. I will link his announcement video down below.
In September, I took part in Becca’s Bookopolathon and had a fantastic time. September wasn’t my greatest reading month, as I only managed to read 9 books for the month, which is my fewest since March. However, I did read my favourite book of the year so far, which makes it a pretty successful month in my eyes.Carry On Reading
September was not my greatest reading month, so I’m hoping that October will be better and I’m really exited about the TBR that I have planned. There are a few books that I have to read in October, for bookclubs and readalongs; as well as some others that I would like to read to get me in the spooky mood.Carry On Reading
August has been a reasonably productive reading month for me. I have managed to finish 12 books, which is about average for my reading during the Covid-19 pandemic.Carry On Reading
In September I will be joining Becca’s Bookopolathon which is a month-long readathon centred around Becca’s Bookopoly.
Becca’s Bookopoly was originally Becca and the Books as her monthly TBR game and she has now turned it into a readathon. I will link her announcement video below if you are interested in joining. She explains how the game works, as well as the rules for the readathon.