This post was edited on November 9, 2020 during a general blog maintenance check
The first Monday of December marks the countdown to the end of 2019 – I don’t make the rules!
While the new year, and my new reading goals for 2020, are exciting things to look forward to, there are some things I want to get to before the clock strikes midnight on December 31.
My book blog is new, like a few weeks new, so its fair to say I started pretty late in the game. But, that’s not exactly discouraging. Before the new year, I really want to set up this blog for success.
So here’s to a productive December!
I know for many veteran book bloggers reading three books in a month is a walk in the park. But, I’m still easing into the habit of reading again so for now three seems like a good number to hit.
I’m currently working on finishing The Maze Runner by James Dashner, I estimate finishing it later this week. Review coming soon!
I’m very excited to write my Maze Runner review, as it will be my first-ever-review.
Also, I’ve recently reconnected with my copy of The Crucible. While, at the moment, I resisted the urge to drop everything and read it again – I decided to save it for later, “as-soon-as-I-finish-Maze-Runner-Later.” I will also be writing a review for it.
It was like the stars aligned or something. When I started this blog I wanted to review a wide range of different books. Covering children’s and Young Adult fiction was easy because those are my preferred genres to read. But, as with most things, you have to get a little bit of everything in. The Crucible is probably one of the few classics I’ve read all the way through and I think it will be a good note to end the year on – with both a YA Novel review and a review of a Classic here on the blog.
As for the third book I want to read, it is still up in the air. My plans for 2019 weren’t entirely thought out, so I guess I’ll just cross that bridge when I get there.
P.S Good luck to all the veteran book bloggers trying to fulfill all their reading goals for 2019! You all are amazing.