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2018 Reading Wrap Up!

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Hey guys! Happy 2019 🙂

2018 was a pretty busy year for me, I didn’t expect to get as much reading done as I did.
I was in college for the first half of 2018, then I started university in September so I thought my reading would be pretty non-existent. My initial goal was to read 30 books, I believe. (I don’t really remember, oops) I then upped it to 50 midyear-ish.
I ended up reading a total of 75 books.

 

2018 wasn’t the best reading year, I did get a few new favourites but overall, I’d say it was just okay. I read a lot of meh books.
In 2019, I’m definitely going to focus more on quality over quantity.

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Favourites:

reread

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Wrap-ups for each month:

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October 
November
December


chatWhat were some of your favourite books in 2018?


Until next time,
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5 thoughts on “2018 Reading Wrap Up!

  1. Favorite Reread: The Wings of a Falcon by Cynthia Voigt
    Favorite New Read: White Oleander by Janet Fitch
    Quality over quantity is always better! Don’t let a Goodreads goal pressure you into reading bad books lol

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      1. Oh man I hope you wind up reading them! Yes, the Goodreads goal is great because it challenges me in something I enjoy, but also sometimes bad because it stresses me out about something I enjoy lol

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  2. Congrats on reading 75 books! I’m going to be reading a lot of Sanderson books this year (finally right haha) and I’m so excited because I know you love them. Best of luck with reading this year too!

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