And just like that in the middle of a pandemic and and a world in chaos I finish my eighth year of blogging. For me that is a big achievement. When I started this blog it was to escape a terrible job, the feeling of being utterly lost and loosing myself along the way. The blog became and still is a constant. And I love that I have a lot to talk and share even after 8 years. My drafts file counts 39 unpublished posts. I will continue to blog but before we start of the next blogging year we have look at my 2020. My eight years of blogging.➢ KEEP ON READING
With everything going on the last month – NaBloPoMo and tons of work – I am surprised on how much I was actually to read. But then books I my escape mechanism when I which to be somewhere else, when I need new thoughts in my head or want to quiet the constant voices.
Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking | ★★★★★➢ Keep On Reading
October flew by didn’t it. I wanted to finish two more books but I was too busy. As we are right into the second wave of the pandemic and things are unsre I have been focusing on working on my paid projects and so reading fell a bit to the way side. I was just so terribly tired at night. However I have a few books I read in October and those I want to share with you.➢ KEEP ON ReadING
Another month has passed and we are slowly moving towards the fall season. The books I read in September somehow show that – at least for me. More coziness… My book picks started out a bit bla but towards the end I got better in book picking. I read books that have been on my list and I bought a couple ones as kindle deals but they were not that overwhelming. But see for yourself and maybe there is one in here that catches your eye. Enjoy!➢ KEEP ON ReadING
This was the second month of the #dickebüchercamp where I tried to read only books over 500 pages. Well, I read a few books but not the long ones. That has mainly to do with the last book on the list. It was not up my alley so I sought procrastination in smaller stories and more engaging books. And so the books I read in August are higher in number than anticipated.➢ Keep on Reading