I had a really fun month in January, full celebrating: my housemates and I threw a party (just because), it was my brother’s birthday, and a good friend had a house-warming. It was fun but definitely took its toll on my sleep!
I added quite a handful books to my TBR in December, as I discovered a few new 2020 titles and was bought a couple of unexpected books for Christmas. I covered the latter in my Christmas Book Haul post, so I’ve only included unmentioned additions in today’s Stacking the Shelves. Here’s everything else I added to my TBR in December.
Happy New Year! I hope 2020 is treating you all well so far. Before we get too far into January, I want to have a look back over my reading in 2019.
Happy New Year! I’ll be doing the obligatory 2019 Round-Up post next week, but first I want to do my usual monthly round-up and talk about December real quick, because boy, was I busy.
Hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, Stacking the Shelves is a regular feature where I share everything I’ve added to my TBR list in the past month. II only added a handful of books to my TBR this month and most of those I talked about in my New Non-Fiction to my TBR post as part of Non-Fiction November, but I’ll wrap up everything here.
I had a somewhat busy month in November – it was my birthday! I had lots of catching up to do with friends and also spent a few days at home with my parents. My reading definitely picked up though which I was grateful for. After a couple of months of reading only three books, I fared much better in November, finishing six books, including one that I started way back in July.
Hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, Stacking the Shelves is a regular feature where I share everything I’ve added to my TBR list in the past month. I added far fewer books to my TBR in September than I have in previous months, but I think these are all going to be great reads. Quality over quantity!
October has been such a great month for me! Let’s see what I got up to, what I read, and what else I’ve been loving this month.
Last month I experimented with a new structure for this post, and so far I’m enjoying it! It makes these posts much quicker to write somehow, and they’ve become handy to refer back to. Despite not reading a lot this month, I still managed to add a good handful of books to my TBR.
Ah, September, where to start? Firstly, I read so little this month! After August’s whopping fifteen books, I only managed three in September – my slowest reading month since February. I read my first book, Crossfire, on the first day, but then it took me over two weeks to finish my second book, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle! Those two weeks went by so fast, I didn’t even realise how little I’d read at first.