October 2018 wrap up!

october wrap up

I’m upping my reading game again! October made me realise that the colder months are so much better for my TBR – I feel more like curling up with a book and actually read than during the hot days. This month I managed to read about eight books (I say “about, because I still have to finish one book while writing this post), and I’m so happy with that!

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September 2018 wrap up!

september wrap up

September’s coming to an end, which means it’s time for my monthly wrap up! It was quite the weird month for me: in the last week of this month, I passed my driver’s exam and had lots of driving lessons. All that made me pretty nervous. Too nervous to read serious books like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. Instead I read some fast paces adult romances!

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August 2018 wrap up!

wrap up

It’s the end of August already, so that means it’s time for my wrap up of books that I read in the past month! I haven’t really read as much as I’m used to and I don’t know why that is. Perhaps I’m in some kind of reading slump? Anyhow, I still managed to finish six books in the month of August!

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March wrap up!

March wrap up

Where’s my productivity I had at the start of 2018 disappeared to? In March I read “only” six books, which is not a lot for me. I have to say, though, that I read two books with more than 500 pages, so all in all I have read about the same amount of pages in March as I did in January (when I read 10 books!) … Anyway, let’s get on with my March wrap up!

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February wrap up!

February wrap up

Didn’t February just fly by?! Tomorrow March is already here and Spring is also just around the corner! Unfortunately, I didn’t manage to read as much in February as I wanted. I had one book that seemed to just take about ages to finish (not because I didn’t like it though) and I managed to read eight books in total. Not bad at all, but I had nine books on my February TBR and for a perfectionist and avid list maker (and tick-off’er) it was kind of a bummer when I realised I wouldn’t have the pleasure of ticking off all the books on my TBR.

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