December round-up

Yes, I know it is 21st January, but between summarizing 2018 and planning for 2019 and moving house I just didn’t get round to this post in time. But then, why should it mean skipping it 😉

December was not bad reading-wise, I’m sure the holiday season helped with that. I managed to read seven books, finishing the year at 77 books, not bad at all. It was also a lovely month in general, as things started slowing down in the second half of the month. During Christmas week, I finally managed to rest and recover from the craziness of last quarter. I was at my family home and enjoyed proper white Christmas with snow, beautiful Christmas tree (I decorated it myself, so of course it was beautiful) and plenty of candle-light and evenings in front of the fireplace. It was bliss.

77. Grief is the Thing with Feathers – Max Porter (r)
76. The Age of Spectacle: The Rise and Fall of Iconic Architecture – Tom Dyckhoff (r)
75. Christmas Stories – edited by Diana Secker Tesdell (r)
74. Call Them by Their True Names: American Crises (and Essays) – Rebecca Solnit (r)
73. Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less – Alex Soojung-Kim Pang (r)
72. Play It Loud: An Epic History of the Style, Sound, and Revolution of the Electric Guitar – Brad Tolinski, Alan di Perna (r)
71. Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore – Matthew Sullivan (r)

Photo by Violetta Kaszubowska 

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