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Well 2020 was a bit of a rollercoaster, wasn’t it? I know I’m not alone in thinking this but it has to be acknowledged all the same. The chaos we all went through led to a lot of ups and downs and perhaps one of the few high points for me was that I got a lot more reading done this year.
My original goal was 110 books and I managed to read 114. On January 1st, 2020 I thought my goal of 110 books was a huge stretch, little did I know a global pandemic would cut out the few social things I used to do that prevented me from reading. The pandemic also provided nightmare fuel for me which mean insomnia was the worst it has ever been which inevitably led to the thought of, “Well if I can’t sleep I might as well read that book I started earlier.” Most nights I was up until around 4 AM reading which, while not the healthiest coping mechanism and definitely horrible for my health in other ways it did allow me to reach one goal in 2020.
So, out of 114 books below are my top 10.
One of my favorite things is listening to podcasts which tell a fictional story. Now, while many podcast sites make it impossibly hard to actually filter by fictional story let alone a genre within fiction, that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty to delve into.
Today, I’m excited to be here as part of the Ultimate Blog Tour with The Write Reads for Catalyst by Tracy Richardson, the second book in The Catalysts series. Here, you’ll find a mini-review of the first two chapters, as well as a spotlight on the title.
Well, the OWLs are over. I’ve read a ton of books, and some of them were actually on my 2020 TBR! I don’t know why, but I always find it difficult to stick to my TBR when there are tons of great books also begging to be read.
This is the third year of Book Roast’s Magical Readathon. Every April, in the spirit of Harry Potter, readers everywhere participate in the first round of the Magical Readathon, which is sitting for the OWLs. The full rules can be found here. There’s also a website!
Website: http://www.victorialaurie.com/ Release Date:
January 13th, 2015
I am pretty sure I’ve had this book on my radar since the first day I saw it in Barnes & Noble in 2015. Still I didn’t buy it and I never read it until last year.
Happy Friday, everyone! Another weekend is here. It’s cold. There’s snow. And its perfect for bundling up with some great books!
There’s going to be less cracking a book open for the first time this weekend and more finishing the half-dozen books I’ve started over the last week. A number of them are almost done, and I can’t wait to get to the end! So without further ado, here’s what’s on my reading agenda this weekend.
Here’s the thing with fictionalized podcasts. They can be hard to find. For example, I use Google Play to listen to most of my favorite podcasts, but the platform doesn’t have any sort genre listing for fictional stories. This makes it difficult to find fictional stories at large, let alone stories in a specific genre.
Once again, I’m here with podcasts that tell fictional stories that are perfect for audiobook lovers. Everything I’ve recommended below is something I’ve listened to completion or am fully caught up with all released episodes. If you’re interested in more recommendations you can visit the first and second posts in this series!
For 2019 I set my largest reading challenge yet. 100 books. 365 days. Did I make it? Somehow, I did! Below you will find the list of what I read in 2019 and this will also give you an idea of what reviews you can expect from me. I may not review all of them in the near future but I will be jumping into getting these done ASAP.
The Castle Doctrine (Daniel Faust #6) By:
Website: http://craig-schaefer-v2.squarespace.com/ Release Date:
September 26th, 2017
Daniel Faust Series Rating:
Oh Daniel Faust. It’s been over a year since I read this series and I can’t get it out of my head. I’ve even gone back and listened to some of the audio books just to prolong my love of this series. Also, with more books promised by Craig Schaefer I’m excited to get more reviews out before the new books are released. So, with that, let’s dive into why, at book number six, this series is still captivating.