#SixForSunday: Bookish wins of 2020

Six for Sunday is a weekly book tag created in June 2017 by Steph at A Little But a Lot.

I recently posted an update to my 2020 reading goals which have a couple of these wins on there but this is still a slightly different list.

This week’s prompt is: Bookish wins of 2020

  1. I read 47 nonfiction books in 2020!!! I usually struggle to read 5 in a year!
  2. I read 543 books in 2020
  3. I participated in 9 different reading challenges
  4. I read 12 classics in 2020!
  5. I got my Netgalley ratio above 80%
  6. I reread a lot of series that I loved and reviewed them.

Did you have any bookish wins in 2020?



4 thoughts on “#SixForSunday: Bookish wins of 2020

    1. Some of the ones I loved last year are: Stamped From the Beginning; How to be an antiracist; Endurance the Voyage of Edward Shackleton; The Five: the lives of Jack the Ripper’s women by Hallie Rubenhold; Dark Archives by Megan Rosenbloom; and The Woman Who would be King by Kara Cooney.

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