Highlights of the Month - December 2018
By Carmen, 1 January 2019
So December has come and gone and we’ve officially started 2019! Happy New Year everyone!
I somehow managed to read 11 books for the month of December – one of them being a re-read; even though December was a bit of a busy and challenging month for me. I feel that I read quite a few good books this month; so I won’t only be choosing one book, but I will be listing them in no particular order.
- I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter by Brian K. Henry
- Cucina Tipica: An Italian Adventure by Andrew Cotto
- The Puppet Master by Ronald S. Barak
- The Little Bookshop on the Seine by Rebecca Raisin
And lastly I also want to make a special mention of ‘How Not to Move to France’ by Susie Kelly.
Monthly Reading Goals:
Alright, so even though I didn’t quite get to December’s reading goals, I’m hoping to get to January’s. I’m not sure how this month is going to go, but here are JANUARY’S reading goals:
- A Feel Good Non-Fiction Book
- A Contemporary Book
There’s a book or two that I would like to read in both these categories, so let’s see how it goes.
The first thing I’ll say is that I wish you all the best for 2019 – since 2018 was one where I had to try and find my feet, I’m hoping that this year will be more of a success – not only with reading but with other endeavors outside of reading. Also feel free to let me know on social media what your plans for 2019 are – reading or otherwise.
Here is a book from an author I don’t think I’ve mentioned before – but whose books I have read, though not this particular one: Stake-Out by Lily Luchesi. I’ve so far managed to read the first book in ‘The Coven’ Series. As always, please be aware that I'm not sure how long this ebook is going to be free, so be sure to use this link as soon as possible.
Hope you had a great month of reading,