I never do readathons, mostly because I find them stressful and I'm a mood reader, but this one is a whole month and most of the books I already want to read fit the categories! Also, it is hosted by one of my faves, Elliot Brooks, so I'm in. Check out her announcement video here!
Happy 2021!! I love doing end of the year/beginning of the year posts, and yearly stats are so interesting for me! I love a look into how and what I read. Here are all the books I read:
One of my favorite things about yearly goals is being able to look back and see how I did! I think there is a fine line between taking goals to seriously and not seriously enough (and it's different for everyone), but I think I did a pretty good job with it this year. Without further ado, here are the 2020 reading goals I set back in January!
Wow, I really can't believe that 2020 is halfway over already, but at the same time, it feels like these six months have taken absolute eons to go by. I wanted to go through some of my reading stats for the past six months, as well as check in on the goals I set at the beginning of the year.
Over the years, I have definitely worked out what types of writing I enjoy reading. However, there are some types of writing that drive me absolutely nuts. These are more on the technical side of writing and less about storytelling.
When I discovered that there was a community of people on the internet devoted to books and reading, I was so excited! It was such a great way to become so much more immersed in books. However, it didn't take me very long to notice something about the mindset of the community that bothered me: the constant goal of reading a TON of books.