Another month, another wrap up! Unfortunately I can’t say my 2018 reading got off to the most perfect start, but then it took off dramatically and I’ve read a few amazing books that I’m really excited to talk about. Continue reading
The January topic for the Monthly Recommendations Goodreads group is best first books in a series, and wow, did I struggle with this one! I mean, obviously the first book has to be good enough to get me hooked, but in a lot of my favorite series, the first book isn’t necessarily my favorite. Continue reading
Should I try and limit myself to 10 of my favorite books from 2017 to really condense my list and give you a handy go-to of my favorite books? Probably. But I’m at 15 books right now and I refuse to trim this list down any further, so 15 it is!
It also might be nice of me to list them in some sort of countdown, but that’s just not happening. So below are seven of my favorite books that I read in 2017 in the order in which I read them throughout the year, and stay tuned tomorrow for the second half of this list!
As I mentioned in my 2018 Reading Goals post, I want to make sure and read at least three books from my shelves that I had at the beginning of 2018, plus I want to make sure and read books within three months of purchase, so my TBRs going forward are going to reflect those goals. Continue reading
It’s 2018! That means I can finally, definitively publish all of my yearend content that I couldn’t bring myself to put up early. And to kick things off, I’m going to start with the End of the Year Survey created by Jamie at The Perpetual Page Turner. Be sure to check out the survey home here to see all the posts created by other bloggers! Continue reading
Alright, so I had to limit myself with this list because there were a lot of books I read in 2017 that I was pleasantly surprised by. Honestly, a lot of my favorite books of 2017 (keep an eye out for my post next week!) could be on this list, but I tried to keep the focus more on books that I was surprised by how much I enjoyed, but that aren’t necessarily my favorites of 2017. Continue reading