2017 wrap-up

FullSizeRender.jpg2017 went by so freaking fast, I can’t believe it. It was the first full year of blogging for me, and even though I wish I’d done more reviews, more posts etc. it was a lot of fun getting my feet wet in the blogosphere.

2017 was a great year of reading for me, I surpassed my goodreads goal of 100, and actually ended up reading 162 books. WOAH! 

2018 is going to be the year where I work on my mental health, where I do more of what makes me happy, let more things go and being sending out positivity.

To be completely honest, I haven’t made any new year’s resolutions for my blog, but some of the things I want to do are: posting more regularly, posting not just reviews but other bookish posts as well.

In 2017 I read some incredible books, and I even reviewed some of them, I’ve listed them below, maybe you’ll want to read these books as well. What were your highlights of 2017?

★★★★★ books of 2017

A Monster Calls 

The Foxe and The Hound

The Nightingale

Salt to the sea

Beard Science

The Hating Game 

The Fortunate Ones

The Cosmopolitan Islander  

The Night Circus 

Hope 2018 is treating you well so far, I’ve read two amazing books so far, and yes I plan on writing reviews asap 😀

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February wrap-up

IMG_7411.JPGAnother month gone by, is it too cliché to say that time just flies?

It probably is, but honestly it’s true, especially as you get older, days just become a blur.

I’m happy to be done with February though, I am ready for spring and just a tiny bit of warm weather.

This month I’ve read some pretty spectacular books, I’ve given out three 5 star reviews, something that rarely happens.

 

My February reads that were featured on here are:

“The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah

5/5 stars  Review

“You” By Caroline Kepnes

5/5 stars Review

“The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern

4.5/5 stars Review 

In total, I’ve managed to read 12 books this month. 9 ebooks and 3 physical ones. I always manage to read a lot more ebooks than regular books, I read them so much faster. But physical books will forever be my favorite, they manage to stay with me for so much longer 🙂

Which is also one of the reasons why the only books I’ve reviewed so far, have been books that I’ve read the old fashioned way. At some point I’ll start reviwing the ebooks that I read too, but not until I feel like I have more time on my hands.

My favorite one would definitely have to be The Nightingale, it was incredible and so beautifully written.

How was your February?