I know, I know, You’re supposed to read books, not judge them by their covers. When I’m browsing a bookstore, I am one of those people who gravitate towards beautiful looking books before I even try to read the synopsis. I’d like to think everyone does this though, haha.
2019 has had a lot of releases, and there are some stunning editions to be shown from this year’s book list. There is no rime or reason in the order of this list, it’s just that I really like all of them.
As some of you probably know, I am definitely not a DNFer and this year Í wanted to make a semi-conscious effort to DNF more books if I didn’t actually enjoy reading them. My reading time is limited and I want to spend it reading books I’m enjoying. I gave up on a total of eleven books (which doesn’t necessarily mean that I won’t try them again in the future.
Keep reading to find out which books I couldn’t finish, and why!
I wanted to talk about how my life as a reader has changed over the years. I am not the same reader I was ten or twenty years ago. I am definitely not the same reader I was in high school! Here are nine things about me as a reader that I have noticed a change in.
Books come in all shapes and sizes covering thousands of different topics but some stand out more than others. This list is a celebration of my reading year. My favourites for 2019 and books I want to reread sooner rather than later.