My Favorite Books of 2016


2016 is finally over and so brings the end to another year of reading. I will admit that this year was definitely not the best year I’ve had reading but I did read a few books that were absolutely amazing. I read a total of 30 books which met my reading goal of 30 books (how convenient) but hopefully I can get that goal back to 50 in 2017. I didn’t get to a lot of the books I was anticipating this year because of school and such but those will of course be some of the first ones I read in the upcoming year.  You can check out my Goodreads Reading challenge here if you want to see all the books I read this year. So without further ado, here are my favorite books of 2016.

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What to Read After Binge Watching Stranger Things


Hey guys so recently I finished watching the Netflix original, Stranger Things. I know I am basically the last person in the world to watch this show and boy do I regret not watching it sooner! I had no idea what to expect when I started but now I’m hooked. Anyway, here are some books I believe are perfect for the post Stranger Things blues.

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Bookish Talk: Reading Slumps

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We have all been in a reading slump one time or another. Being me and having the attention span I have, these happen quite frequently. I went a good 6 months only reading about four books that entire time because I became so focused on other things. School especially was a horror for my reading life and probably still will be when I go back at the end of the month *cries*.
I am currently in the middle of a reading slump as we speak and sometimes you have absolutely no idea where they even come from. This is really bad since it’s day four of #ReadThemAllThon and I haven’t even gotten to page 100 of my first book. Honestly, I don’t even know what I’ve been doing all week accept laundry and watching YouTube. The worst thing is that I feel like reading is a job now and I really hate that feeling. I love reading but when you feel like you have to do it, it becomes less and less enjoyable.
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