Here are all the books I loved in July 2019.
Just one book for June’s post! With everything going on (#1000wordsofsummer, doing a lot of writing, being a human, traveling) I only finished one book. That book was Star-Crossed by Minnie Darke.
Here’s what I read in May, which includes a couple of brand new favorites!
In my 2019 reading goals post, I said that one of the things that I wanted to commit to doing was writing more detailed thoughts on my favorite books I read each quarter. Why should we have to wait until the end of the year for me to write about my ultimate favorites? Here’s what I loved in Quarter One.
I’m finally up to date on book reviews! As you’ll see April was my best month yet for reading this year. I read seven books and luckily I enjoyed most of them. Here’s my thoughts!
Here’s the books that I read in March. One I loved, one I thought was pretty good, and one I thought was nuts.
Here’s what I read in February!
I read nine books in January! Two were while I was traveling and three were during the 24 in 48 readathon. I’m overall pretty pleased with my reading choices this month. All but one of those are books I acquired in the last few weeks, which is crazy (I spent a lot of money on books), and ironically the one I bought a few years ago was my least favorite. On to the books!
It’s a well established fact that I love reading challenges. I love the idea of getting myself to read outside my usual boundaries. Finishing reading challenges, however, is another story. I feel like my interest usually wanes a third of the way into the year, and then I forget about them entirely. That’s fine if it works for you, but I’m an enneagram 3 and I’m all about completing the goals. That’s why this year I’m going to focus on just one.
After not quite meeting my reading goals for 2018, I’m excited for a fresh start to set some new reading-related goals for this year! I’m hoping to read 100 books, read 60 books I own, and post quarterly reading updates.