So, this month I’ve been able to motivate myself a little more to read novels, rather than delving into graphic novels and manga. I’m proud of the progress I’ve made, concentrating on reading a few series in preparation for the Netflix adaptation coming soon and I think it’s worked out perfectly.Continue reading “March ’21 | Wrap Up”
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So, last month I concentrated on graphic novels, wanting to try and boost my stats a little considering I was struggling with my mental health quite a lot. However, I found myself striving to read something more substantial but not being able to figure out what. So, this month, I’m going to try and delve back into my reading challenge full force.Continue reading “March ’21 | To Read”
So, last month was a little slow, hoping to gradually draw myself back into the flow of reading. I’ve been trying my best to take breaks and enjoy the experience rather than focusing too much on the challenge as a whole. This month I’m going to try and get through a few popular series that have been on my mind for a while, fingers crossed it all works out!Continue reading “February ’21 | To Read”
January has felt like the fastest and slowest month all at once, and personally I’m glad it’s over. University has started up again, for the last time, and I’m hardly prepared to face the wrath of deadlines again.
However, when books are concerned, it’s been a fairly successful month! I’ve fell in love with new characters, completed one of my favourite series and began reading a few new authors. Continue reading “January ’18 | Wrap Up”
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As part of my new years resolution, I’ve decided to create more different types of content on this blog, including monthly to-read lists! Thankfully, I’m over halfway of my dissertation reads now, so I’m able to read a lot of books that have been collecting dust on my shelves for a while. There’s not as many on this list as I’d like, but considering deadlines I need to start small so I won’t get too disappointed if I don’t manage them!