May 2021 Reading Wrap Up

I like May, it’s the start of summer in Ireland so it always feels a little more warm and cheery. In May I headed out a little more for longer walks and getting some fresh air in the parks and walking paths around my house. Of course, I brought plenty of audiobooks with me.

So, with more time outside the house, and fewer books open, was there still time for reading?

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April 2021 Reading Wrap Up

March was the month of readathons, bur April really quietened down there. While I took part in two month long readathons in March, in April I joined just one weekend long readathon.

Did losing some structure in my reading impact my reading tally for the month? Or do I not really need a readathon and any kind of prompts to get through some books?

My ebook buying continued this month, but I am still firm on no physical books. There may have been some free Kindle books purchased, too.

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March 2021 Reading Wrap Up

One of my favourite things about March is the Irish Readathon. It’s a month long readathon giving me the chance – nay, the EXCUSE – to focus on Irish authors and Irish books. You can guarantee I took that opportunity with both hands.

I also hosted the NSFWathon throughout March, and fitting books into the prompts for both readathons was a little easier than I expected it to be. But, I was plagued by a strong reading slump at the start of the month – could I overcome it?

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Winter 2020 TBR Wrap Up

Now winter is over, and we’re also past the surprise winter 2.0 from a couple of weeks ago, it’s time to talk about those books I had intended to read in the colder months.

I’ve started to make seasonal TBRs for myself, setting out a couple of books I really want to get to in those three months. I had some success with the ones I set in summer and in autumn, but I really went all guns blazing for my winter choices.

I had seven books on that TBR, but did I tick all of them off?

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