January is finally over! Seriously though, how did January last about 12 years? I'm really not sure what it is about that month that seems like time has stopped moving, but now we are in February and all is right with the world!
Happy New Year, everyone! 2019 was a great bookish year for me, and I closed it out by reading a load of great books (partially due to all the reading I did over the Christmas break). I read a total of 109 books in 2019 -- check out what my final reads were, as well as the books I hauled in the last month of the year.
November has come to a close and now no one has any excuse to make fun of me for my aggressive Christmas cheer -- hooray! I fell off the blogging wagon a little toward the end of the month, but my reading has been strong and I'm slowly but surely catching up on reviews. Check out everything I read and hauled in the month of November!
I am a few days late with this post because, well, I totally forgot about it. However, I am pleased to report that October was a fantastic reading month for me! I struggled a little in September, but was able to turn things around this past month. So pleased! Take a look at what I read and hauled in the month of October.
I can't believe September is already over! It wasn't the best reading month for me for a number of reasons, however I did manage to shaving down my TBR a little (although some were DNFs). Fingers crossed for a better reading month in October!
We're time traveling again -- August feels like it absolutely flew by! September is here now, and it's time to look back on the books that I read last month. It was a great month for reading, despite two DNFs, and I have found some new favourite books of the year!
I would like to file a complaint. How is it already August? It's completely baffling to me and I'd love to know when I time traveled because this is ridiculous. The month of July was kind of crazy, as I feel like it always is. What is it about summer months and me going to tons of events and doing fun stuff? I swear I usually sit at home and read books -- I'm not a particularly social person. Regardless, I had a ton of fun this month -- especially at YALC!