Hello, friends! I hope you’re all surviving this holiday season. I know I’ve been on the quiet side lately, in terms of blogging, but I hope to get back in the swing of it next year. I guess I just haven’t had much to talk about lately. This time of year usually stresses me out quite a bit, so I tend to be a little more reserved. I don’t even have any new book reviews to share at the moment, as I’ve been rereading a few of the Harry Potter books in preparation for my upcoming trip to Wizarding World. (Omg, I can’t wait!)
Since we’re about to start a new year, how about a little recap of my favorite books from 2019? As of right now, I’ve read 53 books out of my Goodreads goal of 47 books. I’m hoping to finish up Half Blood Prince over the next couple of days and bring that number up to 54.
I read some fun books this year, but not too many of them blew me away. (Was I just being picky or did I just miss out on some good ones? I’m not sure.) In no particular order, here were a few at the top of the list:
- The Hod King by Josiah Bancroft
- In An Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire
- Warcross by Marie Lu
- The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb
- Reaper Man by Terry Pratchett
What were your top books in 2019? Anything great that I missed out on and need to check out next year?