In Review: December 2014

In Review

I’m so glad 2014 is over…what a mess of a year. It had some extreme highs for me like: opening my bookstore, seeing a meteor shower for the first time, and going to the Coheed concert. But it had way more lows which i’m ready to put behind me.

One of the awesome things that I can’t wait to get truly started on is Indie-visible, and heading back to UtopYA.

Books Read – 17

Children’s Books – 1

Graphic Novel – 2

Novella – 4

  • World of Trouble by Ben H. Winter
  • Tur by S.T. Bende (Novella)
  • Saga by Brian K. Vaughn (Graphic Novel)
  • You Have to F**king Eat by Adam Mansbach (‘Children’s” Book)
  • London Lace #1 by K.C. Martin (Novella)
  • Shutterbox by Rosearik Rikki Simmons (Manga)
  • Little White Lies by Katie Dale
  • Who Could That Be at This Hour? by Lemony Snicket
  • Four by Veronica Roth
  • The Bodies We Wear by Jeyn Roberts
  • On Dublin Street by Samantha Young
  • Road Hawks by Kelly Lawson (Novella)
  • Quickbane by Chelsea Starling
  • The Brand Gap by Marty Neumeier
  • The Walled City by Ryna Graudin
  • Fever by Melissa Pearl
  • First Position by Melody Grace (Novella)

Challenges

Game of Thrones Read-Along – Failed!

I only manage to get through two of the books this year, but that’s alright. They are much to big to rush through.

Goodreads Challenge – 146/150

Close enough that I don’t feel too bad about not finishing

Graphic Novel/Video Game Novel Challenge – 27/25

Series Challenge – 6/6

Finished the Divergent series and the The Last Policeman series.

TBR Challenge – 11/11

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3 Responses to In Review: December 2014

  1. Eh. No worries about what you couldn’t get done, but celebrate what you got done

  2. Happy New Year Michelle! It sounds like you did have a few tough times during this year, and I’m sure you’re glad to see the end of it. Although seeing a meteor shower and opening a bookstore are some really big highs definitely.

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