I have never consistently tracked my reading before now, but after using a book journal I was shocked to find out that I read 65 books in 2020.
Out of those, I’m sharing my top 10 picks of the year (5 fiction + 5 non-fiction) and my reading goals for 2021.
December proved to be a solid month of reading for me!
I read 7 books which were a mix of non-fiction and thrillers/suspense/mystery. I didn’t branch out as much this month in terms of genre, but I had some my favorite reads of the year!
Let’s dive in..
November was definitely an interesting month of reading for me! I switched gears and read more non-fiction/memoirs this month and also re-discovered my love of audiobooks. There’s truly nothing better than taking a long walk and losing yourself in a good story.
October was a strong month of reading for me! I read 6 books covering a wide variety of genres, including memoirs, thrillers, and paranormal romance.
Here’s the full list:
1. The Vanishing Half
2. The Haunting of Brynn Wilder
3. Final Girls
5. The One
6. The Chiffon Trenches
September started off as a slow month of reading for me, but I had some truly great reads– from a cute romance to beautiful personal essays.
This is not a recap you’ll want to miss!
It was another solid month of reading for me! I managed to squeeze in 7 very different books, including one that earned a top score of 10/10.
I thought June was an incredible month of reading for me, but in July I topped my personal record and read 10 books! (Please, don’t expect this from me in the future). I definitely filled my quota for fun beach reads and can cross that off my 2020 Summer Bucket List.
This month was a whirlwind of reading for me! I give all the credit to the OverDrive app which allows you to borrow eBooks and audiobooks from your local library using your library card. If you’re not using it yet, you are seriously missing out! It’s my new obsession.
After April’s thriller/suspense extravaganza, this was a slow month of reading for me. But I did still manage to read three vastly different books.
Last month was all about non-fiction, this month seemed to be all about thrillers and suspense. Wall of Silence by Tracy Buchanan Wall of Silence starts with a mom, Melissa, returning home to find her husband on the floor bleeding profusely and her three kids standing around him silent. The big mystery surrounds why he was stabbed– and could her kids really be responsible? And if they are, what will she do about it? While I liked the premise of…
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