2018 Reading Review and 2019 Plans

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Time to assess last year’s reading and make some plans for this year! Reading in 2018 Here are my goals and accomplishments: Read 40 Books: Technically yes. I marked 40 books as “read” in Goodreads. I struggled the entire year to find books I enjoyed and to prioritize reading over other activities. I abandoned 5…

2017 Reading Review and 2018 Plans

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Time to assess last year’s reading and make some plans for this year! Reading in 2017 Here are my goals and accomplishments. 1. Read 40 books I reached this goal in August and finished the year with 64 books. That’s up slightly from 2016. Also, I read 20,121 pages last year. I think that’s the…

Final Report: Reading Challenge

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Finally, 2017 is limping to an end. I look forward to welcoming 2018 and hope it will be better behaved, but first, it’s time to check-in on the 2017 reading challenge. I’m a total geek for data so please excuse this post (and my usual year-end reading wrap-up next month) for the slight nerdiness. Though…

2016 Reading Review and a Look Ahead to 2017

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Time to assess last year’s reading and make some plans for this year! Reading in 2016 My reading goals in 2016  looked something like this: 1. Read 50 books 2. Complete the PopSugar 2016 Reading Challenge 3. Read at least 3 classics from new-to-me authors And here’s what I accomplished: Read 50 books Not a problem.…

A Reading Review of 2015 and Look Ahead to 2016

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Last year I did this as a two-part post. This year, I’m cramming it into one. You’re welcome? Reading in 2015 My reading goals in 2015  looked something like this: Read at least 40 books (my original Goodreads challenge goal) Read more short stories Try new genres Read more widely (topics) Make a dent in…

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