It’s the end of an era. Or a trashfire year. Whichever you want to call it. I’m glad it’s over, but I don’t know if it’s just me but 2017 seemed to pass so quickly. I don’t want time to pass this quickly.
For my first post in the New Year and the last one dedicated to 2017 I decided to do a December Wrap Up.*
*Also because I’m struggling because I only read 5 books this year I might stick some of the end of year survey pt 2 questions in another post but we’ll see
So even though most of 2017 was a trash-fire and as the year went on my anxiety decided to uh, skyrocket causing me to wander through a book slump for the remainder of the year, I actually read quite a few of my favorites for the first time this year.
Because of that (and also I’m struggling to produce content before 2018 is a thing) I decided to do an End of Year Survey focused on one of the better parts of 2017: books.
Hello. It is me, a very problematic person. I’m going to confess that I am guilty of abandoning books. At least for me, I just have s-o many books that I want to read so I can’t bog myself down reading books that I don’t enjoy. So here’s a discussion post for you guys so you can either publicly shame me or agree with my problematic ways.
Also me: Let me finish this draft for the 30th post I’ve written this month but will never post.
For the first time ever, I’m actually doing a monthly wrap-up! This honestly is just going to make me feel sad but whatever, I can deal. I’m not going to sadly stare out my window as I realize how little I’ve accomplished.
I’m also not going to acknowledge that this is in June, not May. Read More »