Top 10 Books I Read In 2020

Hey everyone! Enough has been said about how 2020 was so I’ll spare you the obvious. Reading-wise, I had a pretty good year. My reading list for college was amazing this year and some of those books turned out to be my best read. I had the opportunity of reviewing many amazing books by debut/indie authors. Perhaps the achievement I’m most proud of and grateful for is kick-starting my career as an editor.

8 Easy Classics To Start With

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Underrated Books

I’ve seen a lot of readers say that they don’t like classics. They find them boring and difficult to read which is completely okay. I admit that classics or basically any book can be boring for them and interesting for others. However, I do feel like sometimes readers want to start with or like classics but they don’t know how to. My recommendation is to start with the ones that are most simply written and this post is about that.

Please note that I am no expert on classics and I’m not claiming to be. This list is just recommendations among the ones I have read. Feel free to add some suggestions of your own in the comments.  

Stacking the Shelves #4 ||May-July Book Haul

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First of all, I’d like to apologize for not actively posting here. I didn’t plan on falling into a blogging slump especially at a time when I do have time to write and post. Anyways, the reason is that I have just started college and things have been busy and stressful and I’ve also been very busy. But I plan to let go of all that and focus on being productive.

Underrated Books