Welcome to the last in my 2021 wrap up videos in which I talk about the books that I wasn’t happy with in 2021. There are 10 books in here, in chronological order as and when I read them. Let me know in the comments what you think of them and if this post helps you decide whether to pick them or stay away from them. Let’s go!
2022 has had a pretty meh start in terms of life in itself, while my reading has been going great. I’ve finished 2 books so far, both cracklingly amazing! But 2021 had some damp squibs and some that I just couldn’t get through. In today’s blog post, I will be talking about the books I DNFed (Did Not Finish) and the books that I found to be the strangest. This second section doesn’t necessarily mean the books are bad. They were just weird as hell!
Hello hello! I’m here today with the second part of my November 2021 wrap up. There was a small delay because I went on a vacation (a hectic pilgrimage of sorts, more like) and wasn’t able to keep updating the blog. I had posted the first part a few days ago and even the video for my November 2021 wrap up is now live on my YouTube channel. I had contemplated not writing this blog post but I didn’t like the thought of leaving it unfinished. So here I am!
Whatever else it was, I must say that November 2021 was an amazing reading month for me. I smashed my previous personal record of 17 books in a month and read 20 books, and I couldn’t be happier with it! This is why I’m doing my November 2021 Wrap Up in 2 parts. The first part will have the first 10 books and the second will have the remaining 10 books that I read in November 2021. I’m super excited to share all of these with you because there are some absolute gems in there.
Another book list, hey! And today, it’s time for my October 2021 wrap up, in which I share with you all the books that I read in October 2021. I read 12 books, I think, including some for the Scaredy Cat Readathon, which I failed miserably at. But I’m pretty happy with that number, especially because it came during a horrid month that went all shades of bad to worse. But never mind that. November is going GREAT and I couldn’t be happier with my present reading month.
My September 2021 reading wasn’t as great as my August reading, but I’m pretty happy with it. Reason being, I got to a majority of the books on my September 2021 TBR, if not got through all of them. And that, I think, is pretty nice. I spoke about all the books I read in September in my September 2021 Reading Wrap Up video that went up yesterday on my YouTube channel. I read 10 books in September 2021. While some were BAD, some were books that I absolutely enjoyed and became the month’s favorites. Basically, my September reading, as you’ll see was a mixed bag that I completely enjoyed rattling around and reading.
Oh hello, hello! I’m quite a few days late in posting this wrap up for January, but better late than never, right? That’s what I tell myself and until there’s something else that I come across that will assuage my guilt for being absent here, that’s how it’s going to be. XD
I read 10 books in January – far fewer than what I wanted to. What’s more, I started and ended the month with disappointments. Not a big fan of constantly doing this but all the other books, I loved, so I guess I can’t really complain. 😀
Hellow hellow! A very Happy New Year to every single one of you reading this! Hope you’re doing well and staying safe and happy, and I hope that 2021 is a better year for you all! Lots of love! I know I’m 2 weeks late but it’s become a personality trait, this Houdini act ofContinue reading “Reading Update: What I’m Currently Reading + January 2021 TBR”
A little reading wrap up for the month of March 2020 in which I celebrated International Women’s Day by only reading books by women authors across the month. I hosted a readathon for this and quite a few people joined in – which is good for a first readathon. In this blog post, I talk about all the books I read in March 2020.