Goodbye 2017, truthfully, you will not be missed. Now, I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’ve not really been on the blogosphere a whole lot in the last month or so. Why? Life got in the way and, honestly, I needed to recharge my batteries. December is always a busy time of year for us, with Christmas, my brother’s birthdays, work, and everything else, things were definitely chaotic.
I succeeded in reading at least one book, which was The Bird and the Sword. It was such a lovely book, and the romance was beautifully developed. The concept of the book and the world itself was really fascinating, and I can’t wait to explore more of it.
The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon: 4/5 Stars
Top Ten Tuesday
5th December: Must Visit Bookish Locations
12th December: Favourite Books of 2017
19th December: Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under the Tree
11th December: What I’ve Been Watching
Favourite Posts From December
Liam @ Liam’s Library talks about his 3 most disappointing reads of 2017.
Flo @ Flowless Books looks at the difficulty of rating a book.
Krysta @ Pages Unbound tells us how she takes charge of her blog.
Richard @ The Humpo Show presents his End of Year Awards.
Nick and Nereyda @ Nick and Nereyda’s Infinite Booklist share their favourite reads of 2017.
Kat @ Life and Other Disasters shares her top 17 shows of 2017.
I’m still feeling like I’m in that slumpy period, but I do want to be a bit more consistent in my blogging, but I won’t dive right back into the deep end just yet. So you will see me around the blogosphere just not as much. The beginning of the year is going to be a bit chaotic for me because in February I will be starting a new job, so I have that to look forward to.
This year I’ve also decided to take up bullet journaling. At the moment I’m just tinkering with things, but the hope is that by writing out my to-do list I’ll be a bit more organised and it’ll help me keep track of everything going on in my life. Do any of you bullet journal? If so, do you have any tips for me?
I also want to read more than one book this month, but that is not a guarantee. I started reading The Language of Thorns the other night and so far I’m really enjoying it.
I hope 2018 has been kind to you all so far.
What was your December highlight?
What are your goals for 2018?