wrap ups

december wrap up + favorites

Hey there!

I’m back with a (very) late December wrap-up. It was not my best reading – or blogging – month, but I still wanted to wrap it up so I can start 2021 with a clean slate.

Read:

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  1. THE TWO TOWERS by J.R.R. Tolkien (★★★)
  2. LETTERS FROM FATHER CHRISTMAS by J.R.R. Tolkien(★★★)
  3. THE RETURN OF THE KING by J.R.R. Tolkien (★★★★)
  4. POIROT INVESTIGA by Agatha Christie (★★★)

Stats:

  • I read a total of 1 021 pages
  • My average rating was 3.25 stars
  • My average pages per day: 32.9
  • Formats:
    • Audiobooks: 1
    • Physical: 3
  • Languages:
    • English: 1 book
    • Spanish: 3 books

On the blog:

Favorite posts:

Sadly, I was caught up on all the end-of-the-year chaos and wasn’t able to read many posts, but I absolutely loved all Mary’s “An Adventure in Tolkien” posts. In fact, she’s currently having the month dedicated to Tolkien with loads of fun posts, so you should definitely go check her blog out.

Hobbit GIFs | Tenor

That’s it for my December wrap up. I’m so relieved to finally have this one done, and can’t wait to publish my 2020 wrap-up. Despite everything going on (or maybe because of it all), it was my best reading year yet and I found so many new favorite books and authors!

What’s the last book you read in 2020?

Until next time,

3 thoughts on “december wrap up + favorites

  1. The last book I read in 2020 was “The Sun and Her Flowers” by Rupi Kaur! It’s a poetry book and her prose is so, so beautiful and relatable. She touches on her mental health issues like insecurity problems and depression but highlights also how those periods helped her to grow! That’s so cool that you’ve read Tolkien!! I have never read him but I want to I’m just not sure where to start? Maybe with The Hobbit? What do you recommend?

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    1. That’s great! I also read and enjoyed Rupi Kaur’s book and her unique brand of poetry. I’m by no means a Tolkien expert, but I started with The Hobbit and followed it with the LotR trilogy and it was great. I’m looking forward to pick up his other work of Middle Earth, although I have no idea how to go about that now 😅

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