It’s reading wrap-up time of the month again. Last month i took a little more of a relaxed approach to the reading wrap-ups i was doing. Instead of giving you reviews of every book i had read, i wanted to just tell you what i read and wanted to discuss what i found most important. I think that’s the way forward, where really, i just want to document what i read this month.Continue reading “February 2021 Wrap-Up”
I didn’t fully realise how much i had read in October until i sat down to write my wrap up. I can hardly believe there are two months left of 2020, and not long left to continue with my reading goals for the year!Continue reading “October 2020 Wrap-Up”
Does anyone else look back on their monthly wrap-up and think, was it only this month i read that? Basically, this is a whole wrap-up of me thinking ‘was it only two weeks ago that i read that?’Continue reading “August 2020 Wrap-UP”
It’s already August, and i don’t know where the years going but it’s making me incredibly happy that i passed my Goodreads challenge months ago! The little time i’ve had to read in July is showing in my wrap-up this month, so it’s a good job i read non-stop at the beginning of the year!
So far in 2016 i’ve had some really great reading months, and i’m personally very happy with the amount of reading that i’ve achieved (and how much i’ve lowered my TBR pile)! I May has been no different. I’ve managed to read a hefty amount for myself again, and i’m keeping on top of my reading and enjoying my new found freedom of no longer being a university student and being swamped with assignments. Here’s to summer reading!
Last month I had a very good reading month, and I wanted to continue that in April. Uni is starting to calm down as I approach my last few weeks as a student (yes, that’s right, last few weeks as a student) and it means that I have quite a bit more time to read. It also helps that over the last month I’ve read books that I’ve actually been obsessed with. In fact my new favourite contemporary novel has been read in April!
After last month’s absolutely tragic reading month (to be fair, I had to write a dissertation and it was my 21st birthday) I wanted to make this month an absolutely brilliant reading month! The first three weeks of the month were filled completely with Uni work, however once March the 18th hit I had a new wave of freedom and I had time to actually sit down and read! I’d forgotten what that feeling was like!