So here I am again with yet more stats this month. But I am having fun with looking at all these numbers even though math isn’t exactly my strong suit. Anyway someone *coughLaLaintheLibrarycough* asked for a comparison of 2018-2019 and I had to be extra and do all the years since I started doing these… Continue reading Playing That Numbers Game // Comparing 2016 to 2019
Here comes a confession that I don’t think will surprise you: I buy more books than I can read a year. Some months are better than others, but lets be honest, it is getting out of hand.
Looking back on 2016, and in particular the last half of that, I read a lot of newer releases and popular books. With a baby I’ve had to pick and choose more what I am most excited about and that often were some newer releases and more well known books. The buzz helps with that.… Continue reading TTT #80 – Top Hidden Gem Books I Read in 2016
While it is already 2017 I don’t think it is too late to give you the annual end of the year survey, as always created by Jamie at The Perpetual Page-Turner. I do have a reading statistics post coming nearing the end of January as well as a 16 books of 2016, but I thought… Continue reading 2016 End of the Year Survey
We’ve passed the mid-year point of 2016 and so it is of course that time of the year that the mid-year book freakout tag appears again. The lovely Aimal from Bookshelves and Paperbacks and Michelle from The Writing Hufflepuff tagged me to do this. Thanks again. ❤ ⚜ Best Book You’ve Read So Far This… Continue reading The Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag
The end of July is nearing. And that makes it time for part 3 of this bookshelf tour. Today we are starting with the first four shelves of my left main bookshelf. This book shelf doesn’t have any author specific shelves nor is it very seperated in genres. Since I mostly read fantasy this whole… Continue reading Bookshelf Tour 2016 – Part 3
This first month of 2016 so far has not been going well for me. But there is a reason for that as explained in my last Sunday Post. The first trimester of a pregnancy is hard. I’m hoping the second trimester will be better for reading. Though I have been considering scaling down some of… Continue reading January Wrap Up