Happy New Year everyone! I love this time of year when I can sit back and reflect on everything that has happened over the past 12 months, as well as make plans for the upcoming year. Last year I wrote a post about my 2018 reading resolutions, some of which I stuck to and others … Continue reading Reading Resolutions for 2019
This year has nearly come to a close, and what a year it has been! I started this blog back in January, and I must say that it has been an amazing experience. The way I chose and interact with books has completely changed. I’m reading new genres and discovering new authors. I’m thinking more critically as I read and picking up more diverse books and authors. I read more this year than I ever have before (102 books! In one year!). Seriously, this has been an incredible year for reading. But with new reading habits and joining the blogging community comes some difficulties and I've learned a thing or two. So with that in mind, I’ve come up with some reading resolutions for next year.
So I've been doing these monthly TBR strategy posts since April. I find they're really helpful for organising my thoughts and tackling small-term reading goals. Here's my strategy for July.
I posted my May reading round-up yesterday, and now I’ve got my sights set on June. I loved every book I read in May, so I’m hoping to keep the streak alive.
I picked this book up after seeing it on a number of the 'best books' lists for 2016. I wasn't really sure what to think at first, but I dove straight in. All the Birds in the Sky is a weird and wonderful combination of fantasy, science fiction, and magical realism with a touch of … Continue reading Review: All the Birds in the Sky
The first month of the year is over and done with and it has been a busy time for reading. At the beginning of the year, I decided that I wanted to draw up some reading resolutions. How did I do? Let's see: Books read: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet: Becky Chambers … Continue reading January Reading Round-up
I picked up Foundation late last year because 1) I had always wanted to read Asimov and 2) I desperately needed short books to help me catch up on my Goodreads reading challenge. After blasting through the original Foundation trilogy and I, Robot (which deserve their own post sometime in the future), I received the … Continue reading Review: Caves of Steel