Quarterly Check-In

Hello,

Today I thought I give a little update my reading challenges and overall stats for the third quarter of the year. I cannot believed that 2019 and this decade is over!

This is the fourth part of this series. I decided to do this because A Year in Review posts are one of my favourite posts to do I thought I would do it on a somewhat regular basis. I will still be doing my Year in Review post to review the year because each of these check-ins have only been about books I’ve read that quarter.

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2020 Reading Challenges & Goals

Hello,

I cannot believe it’s the end of 2019 and the end of another decade! Man, this year has flown past. In 2019 I excelled at my reading goals, reading over 100 books in a year for the first time and failed miserably at my writing goals. Here’s to 2020!

So, since it’s only fitting, I thought I’d share with you my goals and challenges for 2020.

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Quarterly Check-In

Hello,

Today I thought I give a little update my reading challenges and overall stats for the third quarter of the year. Can you believe it is October already! It feels like the year is almost over and I have so many books I still have to read!

This is the third part of this series. I decided to do this because A Year in Review posts are one of my favourite posts to do I thought I would do it on a somewhat regular basis.

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Quarterly Check-in

Hello,

Today I thought I give a little update my reading challenges and overall stats for the second quarter of the year. Can you believe it is July already!!

This is the second part of this series. I decided to do this because A Year in Review posts are one of my favourite posts to do I thought I would do it on a somewhat regular basis.

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Quarterly Check-in

Hello,

Today I thought I give a little update my reading challenges and overall stats for the first quarter of the year. Can you believe it is April already!!

Since we are already through the first quarter of the year, I thought I’d share with you my reading stats so far. Since my A Year in Review posts are one of my favourite posts to do I thought I would do it on a somewhat regular basis.

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Shelf Mastery

Hi,

So this past few weeks, I was getting to that point where I was feel cluttered from the amount of things I owned and also feeling anxious about the number of unread books I owned.

I have been inspired by Desira of Libri Labra and Marie Kondo and decided to go through my bookshelves.

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2019 Reading Challenges & Goals

Hello,

It’s the end of 2018 — I can’t hardly believe it! Man, this year has flown past. I’m not going to lie it wasn’t all easy but I’m glad to see it end, here’s to 2019!

So, since it’s only fitting, I thought I’d share with you my goals and challenges for 2019.

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Top 5 2018 Reading Resolutions

Hi again! It’s Wednesday so that can mean only one thing: Top 5 Wednesday.

Today’s topic is our reading resolutions for 2018. New year, new me so new reading goals and things I’d like to achieve with this blog.

Top 5 Wednesday was created over on BookTube by the wonderful Laniey at gingerreadslaniey and run by the lovely Sam of Thoughts on Tomes . Also you can check out the Goodreads page for past and future topics.

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#TheReadingQuest TBR

Hi there,

I did post my TBR on Instagram before the challenge started but I thought I’d post it here too.

#TheReadingQuest is an awesome four week reading challenge based on video games. The challenge runs from Sunday 13 August to Sunday 10 August. The challenge runs like a bingo board with each title representing a stage (reading prompt) you must complete. The difference is that you’re starting point on the grid depends on the character class you chose.

For more info about the challenge head to Read at Midnight’s blog.

There are four character classes – each represent a character type for a video game:

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For this challenge I’ve chosen the The MAGE!

The books I’ve chosen to read are:

  • Book with a one word title: Arcadia by Iain Pear
  • Book that contains magic: Truthwitch by Susan Dennard
  • Book based on Mythology: The Firebrand by Marion Zimmerman Bradley
  • Book set in a different world: Windwitch by Susan Dennard
  • First book in a series: Loki’s Wolves by K.L. Armstrong & M.A. Marr

All the artwork has been created by the wonderful CW of Read, Think, Ponder.

That’s all for me. Comment down below and let me know if you’re taken part in the challenge and let me know what you’re planning on reading.

Until next time, happy reading!

Dearna