It’s been so long since I posted an update! I stopped doing monthly hauls – I barely got any new books or merch last year, so there didn’t seem to be much point – and that was where I always gave my little life updates. I need to get back to doing that! My last life update was my post in November 2020 where I talked about where I’d been after I stopped posting in the last half of 2020, […]
A few years ago I saw Cristina @ Girl in the Pages post about her 5 star reading drought (which was originally inspired by Lauren @ Bookmark Lit’s post here), and I thought it was such a great post, so I did one of my own! It was really interesting to see what me 5 star reads looked like for last year, so I’ve been doing it ever since! Past 5 star books posts 5 star books of 2018 5 […]
I typically hate making New Year’s resolutions because it’s my belief that you should do so throughout the whole year, but I do still love them because it’s good motivation and something to look back on to see if I’ve accomplished my goals! Looking back at last year’s resolutions Here’s my post from last year! Reading/blogging resolutions Read 100 books – Not even close. I only made it to 50. But, I spent a lot of time this year focusing on […]
The end of year survey was created by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page-Turner Past surveys 2011 end of year survey 2012 end of year survey 2013 end of year survey 2014 end of year survey 2015 end of year survey 2016 end of year survey 2017 end of year survey 2018 end of year survey 2019 end of year survey 2020 end of year survey (Wow, I didn’t realize I’d been doing it every year for my whole blogging career!) 2021 […]
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl As always, I’m combining my Novel Heartbeat Awards with Top Ten Tuesday! Top ten books of 2021 *doesn’t include re-reads Top 3 science fiction Top 3 high fantasy Top 5 urban fantasy Top 3 contemp/mystery/thriller Top 5 audiobooks I did count re-reads in this category! Top 5 covers *of books I read in 2021, not 2021 releases What were your top books of 2021?
I typically hate making New Year’s resolutions because it’s my belief that you should do so throughout the whole year, but I do still love them because it’s good motivation and something to look back on to see if I’ve accomplished my goals! Looking back at last year’s resolutions Reading resolutions Read more than last year – I *kind of* did this. I only read 75 in 2019, and I read 95 last year. So a little more, but I still […]