everywhere in 2021

After taking a bit of a break at the end of last year, I’m back, but before starting the new year with some new goals I thought I would take a quick look at some of my favourites of 2021. There are plenty to choose from so it has been hard to narrow it down because I read some amazing books last year however the cream of the crop, in no particular order, are…

House of Hollow | Krystal Sutherland

The Lamplighters | Emma Stonex

The Summer Job | Lizzy Dent

Malice | Heather Walter

The Last Graduate | Naomi Novik

The Lido | Libby Page

The Grace Year | Kim Liggett

The Girls I’ve Been | Tess Sharpe

Legendborn | Tracy Deonn

Instructions For Dancing | Nicola Yoon

Funnily enough the posts that have gotten the most love this year are completely different, two are even from previous years which is always a nice surprise, most are book reviews with the exception of my 20 books of summer 2021 challenge post, here is what you lovely readers have been checking out…

The Magpie Society: One For Sorrow | Zoe Sugg and Amy McCulloch

Bound By Temptation | Cora Reilly

The Sanatorium | Sarah Pearse

The Breakup Monologues | Rosie Wilby

The Lighthouse Witches | C.J. Cooke

The Snow and the Works on the Northern Line | Ruth Thomas

The Absolute Book | Elizabeth Knox

Mirrorland | Carole Johnstone

Sleeping With A Psychopath | Carolyn Woods

Last year I didn’t do so well with my reading challenges, with the exception of the 20 books of summer challenge, there were lots of reasons for this but mainly to do with my focus and a lot of pressure that kind of built up a bit too much for me to be able to enjoy reading or updating my various online spots. So this year I have cut down on my Goodreads challenge, I’m hoping to read 60 books this year, but other than that I am not planning on doing any other challenges and I’m going to cut down on tours as well, so that I can read what I like when I like without any pressure at all.

I hope you are all still enjoying reading and are looking forward to some great books this year, I’m hoping to get through some of my TBR and try once again to not request too many new books, my only big reading goal is to try and get my Netgalley percentage to 70%. So I’d better get reading.

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