2021 Reading Habits Survey

Another reading year has passed by, and it’s time to almost officially close it off. I still have some things I’d like to look back on, but one of the best ways – and one of my favourite ways – to look back over what I read the previous year is this survey.

I find it super in depth and informative, and it makes me think about a lot of topics and insights I probably wouldn’t think about otherwise.

To compile my answers, I took a look at my reading journal, and my profiles on Goodreads and the Storygraph. I found this survey super helpful and insightful, and I hope it’ll be so for you too.

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Tag Thursday: The New Year’s Book Tag

I feel like this year, above all other years, is the one we’re glad to see the turn of. I’m already glad to see 2021 here, and I’m already having a slightly better time than the whole of 2020.

So, let’s start the year on a high. If nothing else, at least we did that. I saw this tag on The Bookworm of Notre Dame and thought it a great way to mark the new year.

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Bookish Highlights of 2020

Let’s face it, there wasn’t much in 2020 worth celebrating. It was a wholly crappy year both in general and for me personally. Luckily, however, there were some great books to pull me through.

I had a pretty successful reading year, and I’ve got some great books to share with you here. I’m going to go for the best books from each month here, a kind of highlights reel from 2020 if you will. Are there any here you agree with?

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Have These Books Come Off my TBR?

This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.

Top 10 Tuesday is turning 10 this year, but I first took part in January 2019. It’s since become one of my favourite internet communities. I love sharing my thoughts on my favourite books with everyone.

That said, it’s better if I read the books on those lists too. One of my first posts was books I had recently added to my TBR. That post is now almost a year and a half old. It’s time to check if I’ve actually read any of them.

In the post, I said I wanted to read those books by the end of 2019. Let’s see just how many I’ve actually read.


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