January #WrapUp —-> 😮Cannot believe I‘m on track with my reading, especially since I‘ve been getting several projects done this month too.
🧟♂️Favorite Book: Rise by Mira Grant
📘One print book
January #wrapup mashed with #two4tuesday
1. Tagged book was my favorite of the month. It‘s technically narrative nonfiction, but it covers several topics.
2. I read it because of #ReadingTheAmericas2023 along with the other books marked with 🌎 but not including books set in the US because that‘s bound to happen every month!
Finished Nine Liars. Enjoyed the tourist-in-London vibes and found the mystery elements interesting, but the teen drama not so much. Also, Nate applied to 71 colleges?!? That just doesn‘t even make sense.
Finished The Sentence. More thoughts later.
Renewed Sweetgrass. Only five more hours of listening!
Paused my Libby tagging project. Will likely resume as part of a more intense TBR scrub down the road.
#wrapup #20in4 #readathon
Happy New Year!!🎆 It‘s after midnight here.
This was just not my year for challenges, except for total books read, which I increased over the year. I‘m okay with that.
I‘m wishing all of you a wonderful 2023 full of contentment, good health, and prosperity. 💗
My December #WrapUp
📚Whenever I read Epic/High Fantasy I need to go slower so just 5 books for this month.
The Way of Kings
A Christmas Carol (always 💖)
👎🏻And I didn't had any books I disliked this month.
I'm so happy to have finished the first Stormlight Archive book 🤩 I see now why it's such a hyped book.