Reading Wrap-Up: April 2018

For only the second time this year, I am writing a Reading Wrap-Up. That fact would usually seem preposterous to me, as the idea of me not reading is just something that doesn’t happen in theory, let alone in practice, but 2018 began with a gigantic reading slump, and so here we are. Happily, April saw my reintroduction to reading, both for university and pleasure purposes, and as such, my 2018 Reading Challenge is (sort of) back on track.

January 2018 statistics
Total books read: 2
Total pages read: 662

Books read (best-worst)
1984 by George Orwell (7/10)
Further Confessions of a GP by Dr. Benjamin Daniels (4/10)

Whilst I didn’t read as much as I was hoping to in April (I desperately wanted to read the three novels I’m planning on writing my English MA dissertation on: 1984 by George Orwell (check), The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley), I am at least glad that I’m reading again. Onwards and upwards in May.

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