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.
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.
And we are past march. It feels like I don’t get a lot of reading done, but I managed to read quite a lot this month. I can’t wait till the weather is getting nice, so I can sit outside and read. The weather is still terrible here. Well, let’s get to the wrap-up.
We are almost through March already! Time is seriously flying by. For some reason the year is starting of not so well. I feel like I’m in a half reading slump. Some days I read a little, some days I don’t read at all. I don’t like it, because there are a lot of books I want to get to. Let’s hope this will get better soon! Here is what I read in February.
It actually feels so long ago since it was Christmas. Already January is over (and February as well…), so let’s see what I managed to read that month.
So, the past few weeks I talked about the series I want to finish and the series I want to start. There are also the books that stand on their own. Hereby I’m going to discuss the stand-alone books I want to read in 2018.
2018 is so close! Time to think about what I want to achieve next year with my reading. I’ve started reading a lot more this year and want to take my reading to the next level. I’ve thought about some reading resolutions lately and wanted to share them with you!