Quarter Quell #3

Insane though it is, we are now three quarters of the way through the year and the 2015 Reading Challenge – it’ll be the new year before we know it! The end of the quarter means it’s time for my penultimate Quarter Quell post of the year, where I wrap up the three months of reading and book buying (if you want to see how I did in January, February and March, click here, and for April, May and June, click here).

Aims for Quarter Quell #3: read 20 books *FAILED*, buy less than 30 books *FAILED*

Quarter Quell #3 statistics
Total books read: 14
Total pages read: 5,060
Favourite books: (1) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling, (2) Tripwire by Lee Child, (3) The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas
Least favourite book: Grey by E.L. James
Total books hauled: 60

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Read: July, August, September
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Bought: July, August, September

Unfortunately I read fewer books than I was expecting over the last three months – I can only say that concerts, holidays and jobs have cut into my amount of “free” time (also I suppose that university afforded me a lot more free time than I appreciated!) I also bought double the number of books I wanted to, but as I always say, that’s not a bad thing except that my bank balance suffers.

Aims for October, November and December: read 20 books, buy less than 30 books, complete the 2015 Reading Challenge (wish me luck!)

Thirty-five down, fifteen to go. (Forty-nine read)

My journey will also be instagrammed frequently on @charlottebibliophile


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