Well, 2020 was something.
It’s something I don’t necessarily want to think about anytime soon. And for that reason, I think, looking back at my reading year has been…difficult. Not because I didn’t have a good reading year; I did. It’s just that I’m just so tired of the last year and everything having to do with it I’m ready to move on to the new one. Consequently, the 2020 Wrap-Up has been put off so many times that I feel I must put it up today or give up on it altogether.
So, rather than give it up, this years wrap up will be down and dirty. Here it is:
Okay, here are some of the highlights:
Favorite: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Most Disappointing: The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller
Best audio book: Jennifer Ehle reading Pride and Prejudice on You Tube or her Instagram account.
Okay, with that I’m closing the door on 2020. In a few weeks and months I’ll probably open the door, and look back, and write more about my reading during 2020, but not today.
How was your reading year? Did you go through a slump or was it your best year ever? Let me know in the comments below.
Here’s to a better year, y’all! And Happy Reading.