May was another weird month of reading for me.
I don’t know if I was being really picky, but I had a hard time getting into some books this month. Some of the plots felt very slow? Maybe, I was just distracted?
That said, I still managed to squeeze 5 books in:
1. Pretty Little Wife
2. Girls of Brackenhill
4. The Midnight Library
5. Tell Me Lies
Let’s get into the reviews…
I feel like I was all over the place this month in terms of reading!
I read a bizarre mix of fiction and non-fiction covering a range of topics and genres.
Here’s the list:
1. House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune
2. A Promised Land by Barack Obama
3. Before She Was Found by Heather Gudenkauf
4. Risk Forward by Victoria Labalme
5. The Hidden Lives of Trees by Peter Wohlleben
In this post I’m breaking down which of these NEEDS to be on your reading list ASAP.
This month started off kind of slow, but ended up being a surprisingly good month of reading!
Here’s the list:
-Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton
-On Looking by Alexandra Horowitz
-A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson
-Normal People by Sally Rooney
-Secrets and Lies by Selena
-Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You
by Jason Reynolds; Ibram X Kendi
In this post, I’m sharing which books you NEED to read.. and the one you can probably skip.
February was a weird month for me. I feel like I hit a pandemic wall and struggled to find books that could keep my interest. I had two books I started but didn’t finish, which is highly unusual for me! I usually try to tough it out unless a book is really, really bad.
That said, I did still manage to read five books, including what might be one of my favorite fiction books for the entire year! (Yes, I know it’s only the beginning of March.. but I feel pretty strongly about this.)
Without further ado, let’s get to it.
January 2021 proved to be a big month of reading for me! Though to be fair, some of these were started in December, but took me a while to finish.
I felt like I had a really good mix of books this month, ranging from mythology to self-help to classics.
Here’s the list:
-Open Book by Jessica Simpson
-Pizza Girl by Jean Kyoung Frazier
-The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
-Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man by Emmanuel Acho
-Daring Greatly by Brené Brown
-Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
-Let’s Never Talk About This Again by Sara Faith Alterman
-Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
Let’s dive in…
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!