What I Read In 2018 (Blogmas)

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I wanted 2018 to be a great reading and blogging year for me. I’m happy to report that i managed to actually keep up with both of those things. I’m really pleased with what i have achieved blog-wise this year, and also i’ve managed to keep up my reading challenge and i’ve actually read the most books i’ve ever read in a year in 2018.

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Sarah’s Favourite Books of 2018 (Blogmas)

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Last year i was an extremely bad blogger and missed out on the whole ‘my favourite books of the year’ in December thing. It’s something that i still think about missing a lot, so i wanted to make sure that i did on this year to share the best books that i read in 2018.

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Co-reading Books (Blogmas)

chatCo-reading a book is something I’ve done only a few times but often I really enjoy it. It’s a brilliant way to get instant conversation about specific parts of the story whilst reading – being able to chat to the other person about a story event when you’ve both only just read it can be really fun. Continue reading

Bookish Things I Want To Do In 2019 (Blogmas)

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I set myself some reading goals for 2018, and admittedly i didn’t do all that good with them. Although i enjoyed the challenge, i think i set myself too many goals and it all became a little overwhelming to deal with. I got some of them done, and i’m pleased with that, but choosing later on in the year to not put as much focus on them felt really good.

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2019 Bookish Goals (Blogmas)

chatLast year, I set some goals for my reading and I completed barely any of these! To be completely honest, I barely even thought about them! I’ve realised that for me, yearly goals aren’t something I find helpful. They didn’t work for me last year and I’m changing the way I’m setting my goals this year. Continue reading

The Story – Writers Choice or Readers Influence (Blogmas)

Recently, I’ve been attending many book events, writing a lot and having a lot of conversations about books and the choices that authors make vs what the reader truly wants. We all know that an author eventually can sneak in a relationship that everyone has been rooting for, and basically write that fanfic that everyone wants, however, is it really down to the reader to let the author know what they want to read? Or should readers accept stories as they were intended to be written?

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