Tiny Navajo Reads: December Wrap-Up

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January 14, 2019 by TinyNavajo

Wow, I’m a bit behind on this particular post, but that is okay! We can mess up here at Tiny Navajo Reads, especially myself! So, for the month of December, I read 22 books. Yeah, that may seem like a lot, but a lot of it was a single manga series of about 15 volumes. So, anyone who has read manga knows that these are really quick reads and they are awesome! And that is also why I was able to read so many books this month.

The books I read this month: The Bookshop Book, The Girl in the Tower, The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances, Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 1 – 15, Fruits Basket, Collector’s Edition, Vol. 1, Our Bloody Pearl, and Skyward. 

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I’ll also do a year wrap-up here, for how many books I read in all of 2018 as well. Those of you who are on Goodreads, you know that they challenge you each year to read a certain number of books. Last year, I set my goal/challenge of 120 books. I beat my goal by 45 books for a total of 165 books read last year. All of that reading, it was a good year for me. Reading is my escape from the world and I love seeing how much I was able to escape. And I found so many new characters and new worlds and new points of view.

So, what was your Goodreads goal for last year? Did you make it? What is your goal for this year? What do you plan on reading to accomplish your goal? Comment below and let me know!

2 thoughts on “Tiny Navajo Reads: December Wrap-Up

  1. I failed so badly in my reading goals, but all this is going to change in 2019!
    I’m actually quite jealous of the amount of books you’ve read, so great job 😉

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    • TinyNavajo says:

      I think the main thing to worry about reading goals is to just have fun with reading! And thank you, I tend to read a lot all the time so I tend to aim high just because I know that I’ll read a lot. But don’t feel bad if you didn’t make your goal last year. The good thing about time is that you can always choose to start over whenever you want! And good luck with your own reading goals this year!

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