December 2018 Reading Wrap-Up and Year-End Reflections

Happy New Year! I cannot believe how quickly 2018 has flown by.  I usually only do a wrap-up for the month, but I thought I'd reflect a little on the past year as well. Let's get to it!

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Monthly Wrap-Up: September 2018

I cannot believe that October is already here.  When did this happen? September has been so incredibly busy that it has just flown by!  Despite all the crazy projects I’ve been working on, I still managed to read a lot this month.  Let’s get into it!

Monthly Reading Wrap-Up: August 2018

August is a weird month, isn't it?  I felt like it was crawling by at first, then it suddenly flew past and now it's almost September!  Where did the time go?  No seriously, where did it go? On the bright side, I had a great reading month!  I stuck to my book buying ban and only bought one book this month (we're not including pre-orders because those are the rules).

Reading Wrap-Up: July 2018

July was a crazy month for me.  Not only was I incredibly busy with starting a new job, coming back from holiday, going on holiday again, and then going to YALC, but I also acquired and read so many books!  I’m not going to break these down like I usually do becuase this post will be impossibly long if I do, so feel free to chat with me in the comments!

Monthly Round-Up: May 2018

I say it every month, but at this point I don't even care -- how is it already June?   Where did the last month go?  I feel like I'm missing a week or two of May because this is ridiculous. May was a great month for reading -- which may account for the time slip -- and I managed to read 16 books this month!  What?  To be fair, half of those were graphic novels and the other half were novels, but whatever.  It all counts, right?

March 2018 Reading Round-Up

So March was an unexpectedly great month for reading.  I've been feeling like I've not been reading enough lately, but that's clearly not true.  Why?  I read 12 books in March.  12 books!  To be fair, they were a combination of full-length novels, shorter books, and graphic novels (which I absolutely power through).  Regardless, I'm so pleased with my progress!  This is going to be a long post, so I'm not really going to go into detail here.  I'll have reviews for each book I read soon!