Reading Wrap-Up: December, 2018

Out with the old, in with the new. But before that, let’s take a short pause to do one more reading wrap-up of 2018. I only read 7 books in December, a lot less than I would have liked. I personally think had to do with just how busy I was with the holidays. Things seem crazy at the end of the year. Plus, most of the books I did read were really long. Also, I had no books I rated lower than 2 stars, which is great!

2 Stars


  • Brightly Burning by Alexa Donne (Released May, 2018)
  • Artemis Fowl (#1 Artemis Fowl) by Eoin Colfer (Released May 3, 2001)

3 Stars

  • Winterfrost by Michelle Houts (Released Sep. 2014)
  • The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen (Released Feb. 2018)

4 Stars

  • Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (Released 1861)

5 Stars

  • Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky (Released 1866)
  • North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell (Released 1855)

So, there you have it. 2018 is over and hopefully 2019 will be better! What books did you read last month (or last year in general)? Have you read any of these books? Let me know your thoughts down in the comments, follow my blog for more madness and, as always,

Best wishes in your life full of adventure,

Madame Writer

5 thoughts on “Reading Wrap-Up: December, 2018

  1. It’s a shame that I didn’t read much last year… I mostly focused on English and Psychology instead of literature. And what even let me down is that my friend said my Chinese writing skills were not as good as before.😭 Seems that I should work on time management and do some serious reading on literature this year.
    Wish you a happy, fruitful and prosperous 2019! πŸ˜†

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    1. I’ve been through years where I barely read anything either (like when I was in college), so I get it. I’ve always had difficulty with time management too. And Chinese writing is so much harder than English writing! I personally think as long as a person is studying something (whether it’s books, English, Psychology, etc.) and expanding their understanding of the world, I think they are on the right path!

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