August wasn’t my best reading month. I did read some interesting books, but I felt like I was in a bit of a reading slump for a good part of the month. It couldn’t be helped. I was also busy and had a lot of course work. I did end up reading 20 books, and I hauled one. You’ll find them below the cut.
July has been a pretty mellow month. I’ve been able to do a lot of relaxing, which was really nice after the hectic nature of the school year. I have been taking an online course so I haven’t done as much reading as I wanted, but I have managed to read quite a few books, which is nice nonetheless. I also got to read some fun books! I was so excited when I got my two five star reads this month. I also hauled some fun books that I’m really excited about. Below the cut you’ll find all of the books that I read and hauled in July.
June was a busy and hectic month. I read a lot of things and did a lot of things. Most of what I read were graphic novels, which are typically fast reads for me. I lost track of my hauling of books in the last little while, so I’m just going to list all the books that I hauled in May and June below.
April wasn’t my best reading month. I had a lot going on with report cards and also starting my second teacher librarian course. It meant that I didn’t have as much free time as I wanted to read, but I did read a few good things. Let’s just jump into it!
I had a pretty good reading month in March. I’m really satisfied with the things that I read, though I do wish that I had been able to read even more since I was off for spring break. I had wanted to do a 24 hour readathon on my own, but I never got around to it. Things just got a bit too busy. Oh well. Let’s jump into everything I hauled and read in March!
February was a really good reading month for me. I didn’t read as much as I read last February, but I’m still pretty happy with everything that I have read. I also got some pretty good books this month and I’m really excited to add them to my shelves and to get around to reading them. Let’s jump into it!
I can’t believe we’ve come to the end of 2021. It’s been one heck of a year on a personal level and on a world level. December has been kind to me. I turned thirty and I got engaged. I spent quality time with friends and family, and I read some pretty good books. I also got some pretty good books as gifts and pre-orders.
November was a really interesting month for me. I read a lot of books, but I also didn’t have nearly as much time for reading as I usually do as I started a course on becoming a teacher librarian. It’s really interesting, but with that on top of teaching full time, I didn’t get as much reading as I wanted to done. However, I’m still happy with what I read. Let’s jump into it.
October wasn’t my best reading month. I enjoyed a lot of what I read, but I wanted to read more spooky books. It just didn’t seem to work out for me too well. I also got a good collection of really exciting books in this month. I’ve already read a few and I’m really excited about them.
August was off to a really good start for reading! I read a lot of really, really good reads and I’m very glad about it. Ultimately, I ended up reading 18 books this month. Let’s just jump into it. You’ll find it all below the cut.