January was a crazy month riddled with stress and a stubborn cold rearing its head twice(!!). So not much activity online for me. But thanks to audiobooks I got trough a large pile of books. Here’s the recap of what I posted and read during the month;
2019 was the year of ”unfinished business”, meaning I wanted to finish as many started but not finished books and series as possible. And I’m happy with my results with only one book left to read since 2018. I’m also happy with my other goals that I reached
Happy new book year! Do you already have a list of books you're waiting for at the edge of your seat? You're not alone! Here's mine!
Two words to sum up my book experience during November; I tried. Too much to do and no time to do it on, and I’m amazed that I managed to read 9 books!! Thank heavens for commutes and the time it gives me. Here’s the recap of what I posted and read during the month;
October was a great reading and reviewing month for me! At least compared with the rest of this year. And I hope to keep it going trough November. Here’s the recap of what I posted and read during the month;
I have, after years of reading, finished The Realm of the Elderlings, and it has been the best journey ever! We all have given out 5 star ratings to books in our lives. But I think that we all have those books that are in a class of their own to each of us. So here I’ll do my first 6 star review, and it is for a whole series. I’ll try to keep it short and not drone on and on with this declaration off love for the books.
A bit late, but better that than never. My hopes for October is to get the time and peace to properly review books and connect with you guys again! But let’s start with this quick recap of what I posted and read during September;
There’s not much here because this month was a real pain for me. But nonetheless, here’s a quick recap of what I posted and read during August;
In case you guys missed any post from me, here’s a quick recap of what I posted and read in July;
In case you guys missed any post from me, here’s a quick recap of what I posted and read in June;