Happy New Year’s Eve! I’m in awe that tomorrow will be 2016! It feels like 2015 was just yesterday.
In this post, I’ll be recapping my December, as well as looking forward into January! Unfortunately, since I started this blog a few months ago and did not complete a whole year of blogging, I won’t be doing a yearly recap, but I do have a year in review, thanks to WordPress.
- Thicker Than Water (ARC) by Kelly Fiore (Technically I read this at the end of November but I forgot to put this in my November recap.) ★★★★½
- Shallow Graves (ARC) by Kali Wallace ★★★★
- What’s Broken Between Us (ARC) by Alexis Bass (DNF)
- The Mystery of Hollow Places (ARC) by Rebecca Podos ★★★½
- The Impostor Queen (ARC) by Sarah Fine ★★★★★
- I posted a review of Dreamology (ARC) by Lucy Keating.
- I participated in the Top 10 of 2015 event. Check out my posts here.
- I wrote a blog post about How to be Productive, in which I give tips to stop procrastinating.
- I discussed my reading/blogging/personal goals for 2016 here — in which I’m also hosting a giveaway!
- WordPress gave me my Year in Review here.
This month’s music mix was a jumble of my normal music, plus jolly holiday music! Hope you enjoy this playlist of tracks as much as I did this month.
- The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel
- The Revolution of Ivy by Amy Engel
- The New Guy (and Other Senior Year Distractions) (ARC) by Amy Spalding
- Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
- Sherlock Holmes: The Novels (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen
- I finally finished and turned in my marking period history research paper! I’m so glad to have that off my chest now.
- I’m going to be participating in the Harper Collins Summer 2016 Blog Tour in March, promoting a new book (stay tuned)!
- I’m also going to be part of the Identity Crisis Blog Tour on January 13th!
- I participated in a Secret Santa with my friends at school, which is where I got Illuminae! I’m very excited to read it.
- I participated in the #EOTY2015READ event on Twitter, hosted by Nori @ ReadWriteLove28.
- I hope to read and review a few more ARCs that I acquired from Edelweiss as well as make a dent in my TBR pile with the finished copies of books I have on my shelves.
- I have a Science Olympiad meet on the 9th, so hopefully my team and I can actually win something this year.
How was your month/year? If you have one, link me to your monthly/yearly post!