#October19WrapUp

For the month of October, I read 11 books.  I completed a series and a trilogy. As always books are listed in the order that I read them and are linked to my Goodreads reviews.  Screenshots are also from Goodreads. For the month of October I read: Blood of Wonderland by Colleen Oakes: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2997885963 Bunnicula … Continue reading #October19WrapUp

#HowITrackMyReading

Today I am going to tell you how I track my reading.  I know a lot of people track their reading using a bullet journal, and that it works really well for them but bullet journals aren’t for me.  I do use a journal to track my reading, and it’s a journal that I’ve had … Continue reading #HowITrackMyReading

#BetweenTwoBooks

Today’s short discussion is going to be about reading between two books. Right now I’m reading The Iliad and the Odyssey. I have the hardcover and eBook of Samuel Butler’s translation. I bought the eBook so I wouldn’t have to carry the hardcover around, it’s a heavy book. I previously did this with Harry Potter … Continue reading #BetweenTwoBooks

Reading

Something that I love is reading. I try to find time everyday to read, because I find it relaxing. It's something that I have always enjoyed. Recently, I have been reading a lot more historical fiction. With reading historical fiction, I have found that I'm thinking about and putting things in perspective in a different … Continue reading Reading

Journaling

There are many different types of journaling. Blogging is a form of journaling, keeping a reading journal is a way to journal. I do both. I blog on two different blogs, and I keep two different reading journals. One of my reading journals keeps track of how many pages I read, and the other journal … Continue reading Journaling