January turned out to be quite a month. A lot of unfortunate events, a continued lockdown and continued schools being on lock down. My mental health took a big hit and I finally had to admit that I was not dealing anymore. The Numbers In January I read a total of 8 books which makes… Continue reading Dancing out of January 2021
March was the weirdest and longest month. With covid-19 hitting most of us, I expect I won’t be the only one who feels like that… The Numbers In March I read a total of 14 books which makes the total of 2020 39 books read. Of the 14 books 13 books were fantasy and 1… Continue reading Dancing Out of March 2020
For almost 2 months I fought as a part of the pondathon in Team Xiaolong. I earned 7 awards during 8 sidequests, and earned a total of 1302 points according to my tracking. I completed a total of 20 books. I think that, despite having some bad reading periods, I did well overall with the… Continue reading The End of an Adventure | Pondathon 2020 Wrap Up
Much earlier than you are used to of me but as this posts we are getting ready to leave to the German airport to board a plane to Spain. I won’t be able to do my usual end of the year wrap up for a bit and so I figured I’d wrap the month up… Continue reading Dancing out of December 2019
For the month July I participated in the Iron Tome a Thon (adult fantasy) as hosted by Aimal from Bookshelves & Paperbacks. It was a lot of fun! I think all in all I did pretty well. I managed to finish 2 books I had already started, read 6 books completely, dnfed one book halfway… Continue reading I Represented House Stark // #IronTomeAThon Wrap Up
Last month I signed up for The Reading Quest, a month long reading challenge based on video games, created by Aentee from Read at Midnight.
April brought me lots of reading, Easter and King’s Day. But there were also some warm days and very rainy days. And running after Merijn.
May went by rather fast. It feels like I didn’t read too much this month, but looking at the number it was another good month of reading for me. I think the reason it feels like I didn’t read as much is that I read a lot of these books in one day, so there… Continue reading Dancing Out of May