We’re way up into Christmas trees and presents, but here’s a belated wrap-up from October. The last couple of months I’ve been highly unmotivated and a massive reading slump has hit me. I have been hoping to end the year on a good note with some posts.
September was a good reading month. I managed to catch up a lot on my reading challenge, which gives such a nice feeling. Let’s go and see what I’ve been reading.
This book was kindly provided to me by Edelweiss. All the opinions are my own.
September arrived already. For me, it always feels like some sort of a new start. A lot of people getting back from vacation and starting work again, Student starting a new year of studying, children going back to school. Also Autumn is arriving, which has to be my favourite season. So let’s see what I’ve been reading last month.
All of the opinions on this book are my own.
“You is kind. You is smart. You is important.” Lees verder
Summer has been all out in July. 30+ degrees celsius for weeks, which isn’t normal weather where I live, made me very tired and lazy. Also perfect weather for reading all day and doing nothing else. I did manage to get some reading done, despite the fact that I did have to work all the time. Let’s see how this month went.
All of the opinions on this book are my own. This book was kindly provided by the author, Alexandra McCann.
We’re halfway of 2018. I’m mesmerized by the speed of time. Slowly I’m starting to get my life in control, which I am extremely happy about. Now I have to keep up with it. Let’s get on to my reading of June.
“You’d be amazed how much research you can get done when you have no life whatsoever.”
We are already in June, which mean the first half of 2018 is over. The year is flying by so fast, it’s almost Christmas again. I thought it would be fun to take a look at my goodreads challenge to see how it is going, still having half a year to go.