What I Read in March 2020

Turns out I can make up a lot of reading ground when I’m isolating at home! I read 10 books in the month of March, which means I’m now only three books behind schedule on my goal to read 100 books in a year. I’m guessing this will finally be a year I reach my goal, or maybe even go a little bit over! This month, I gave five stars to several books – mostly novels that helped me escape {Read More}

What I Read In February 2020

February was a stressful month for me, and I didn’t read nearly as much as I would have liked. But, I still read five books this month, which brings my total for 2020 so far to 11 books. Lots of room for improvement! But with COVID-19 forcing many people into quarantine, I’m expecting I’ll have lots of solo reading time soon… 5 stars: You Are Not Alone, by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen: LOVED this thriller, which didn’t disappoint and {Read More}

What I Read in January 2020

I kicked off my reading year with some odd circumstances – one night where I had insomnia and literally read three books, and then the rest of the month where I was too busy / stressed to read much. To hit my annual goal of reading 100 books, I should have read 8.5 books in January; I closed the month with 6. Honestly, with how much I’ve had going on, I’m happy with that! 5 stars: Super Pumped: The Battle {Read More}

What I Read in December 2019

I stepped up my reading game a bit in December to try to make one more push to the end of 2019, and ended up reading 8 books in the month. Not bad! That meant I finished 2019 with 81 books read – far short of my 100 book goal, but still a great amount of reading during the year. Looking forward to hopefully reclaiming my 100 book win in 2020! 5 stars: The Boyfriend Swap, by Meredith Schorr: I {Read More}

What I Read in November 2019

November was an average month for me, reading wise, where I clocked 6 books read. I normally think of this as a month where I’m “behind”, but I’m realizing that I just need to accept that I don’t have as much time for reading as I used to! I currently have 73 books ready in 2019, and know I’m not going to meet my annual goal of 100 books in a year. However, I’m hoping a week at my mountain {Read More}

What I Read in October 2019

I picked up the pace on reading a bit in October, reading 8 books this month. That puts me at 67 books read in 2019. I don’t think I’ll meet my goal of 100 books this year, but I will probably come close – especially with some holiday time coming up! I’m looking forward to cozying up with some books :) 5 stars: Elevate: Push Beyond Your Limits and Unlock Success in Yourself and Others, by Robert Glazer: I’ve read Robert {Read More}

What I Read in September 2019

My reading slowed down a little bit in September, but I still wrapped the month with 7 books – which puts me at 62 books read so far in 2019, or 13 books behind. Same as last month, so while I’m not catching up, at least I’m not falling further behind either :) 5 stars: The Unbreakables, by Lisa Barr: LOVED this book so much. It started out light and engaging, but turned into a deep novel with beautiful writing {Read More}

What I Read in August 2019

I was doing a pretty good job reading a lot in August, but then lagged when I was volunteering at Experience Camp for a week. No electronics allowed (bummer for my Kindle!), plus, I was too tired at the end of each night to do more than fall into bed and fast asleep. But I still managed to read eight books in August, and two books a week is right about where I aim to be. I’m currently at 55 {Read More}

What I Read in June 2019

I’m really happy to get back to some more regular reading! In June, I read 8 books – some winners, and some losers. Since it’s the halfway point of the year, my total of 34 books read thus far means I am 16 books behind schedule in my goal to read 100 books a year. While I don’t expect to make up for that, I would like to finish the year with 84 books read – so that I am {Read More}

What I Read in May 2019

Back on track with the monthly book posts! I read 6 books in May, which isn’t how many I would need to be on pace for my 100 books this year goal, but is significantly up from my average per month so far this year (3.3). I’ve been trying to pick up more books I’m dying to read and can’t put down (which often means fiction), and that seems to be working to get me reading more. Hey, whatever works! {Read More}