Time for my first recap of 2021. I had a great reading month, starting of my classics club challenge with a bang. At the moment, I’m in the midst of Tudor England enjoying Catherine Of Aragon’s story.
Number of pages read: 1.659 pages
Number of books finished: 3
Favorite read: The tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë
Centuries visited: 17th century and 19th century
Countries visited: England and France
Currently reading: Katherine Of Aragon, the true queen by Alison Weir. I’m on page 318.
Next up: Flowers of darkness by Tatiana De Rosnay
- A look back at 2020 in books
- My ten favourite books of 2020
- Top Ten Tuesday: New-to-Me authors I read in 2020
- New in #3
Added to my TBR
- The king’s evil by Andrew Taylor. I’ve decided to read on with this series as I love the setting (alas, more than the characters).
- Not so much as I focused on reading and doing some at home pilates in the evenings. I’m still enjoying ‘Once upon a time’ though.
- After finishing the tenant of Wildfell hall, I started watching the Jane Eyre BBC miniseries again with Toby Stephens. I could use another Brontë fix :D.
Links I enjoyed
- The Hertfordshire nunnery where Henry VIII ‘secretly married’ Anne Boleyn
- 2021 in books: what to look forward to this year
- Tower of London’s Queen raven missing and feared dead. I guess Merlina wasn’t in agreement with the Brexit?
How was your January? Did you finish some great books?