“The man who does not read good books is no better than the man who can’t.” – Mark Twain
New year, new start. That’s one of the things I love about the beginning of the year. To me, January is a month of preparing the year. Where other people jump right into the good habits and new lifestyle, I like the idea of having a month of thinking about what I actually want to achieve this year. Especially since the preparing for the new year in December is a disaster. Let’s get on with the books.
Before we can go on with 2019, we need to completely close 2018. Only one thing I need to do for that, is to talk about what I read in the last two months of 2018.
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.