Christmas is just around the corner. Only one day left! In Denmark, at least. Here, we celebrate Christmas on the eve of the 24th December. And even though the weather is the least Christmas-y it could be, I want to wish you all a very Merry Bookish Christmas!
I started the blog for almost one and a half months ago, and I have aspired to post relatively regularly every week. I have already shared with you posts on various subjects I love, all within the world of literature and other literary matters.
A couple of book reviews, a December book haul, my Christmas book wishlist, a guide to start reading comic books and an ultimate reading challenge, I will delve into in the beginning of 2020.
What’s To Come In 2020?
In the coming year, I will keep building upon my already posted content and keep adding (hopefully) interesting and helpful posts on subjects, I have already introduced. I have already planned some of the posts, and I can assure you that you will like them. Also, I intend to increase the amount of book reviews, and also begin to post reviews of comic books, I have read.
I know that not all of the content will probably be to your liking, but I sincerely hope that there are and will be plenty that you will like!
Another goal for me in the year to come is to begin my Ultimate Reading Challenge, as already mentioned. I have 200 books to complete in the next 5 years, and I am certain it will be a great (however, tough!) experience. I really can’t wait!
A Very Merry Bookish Christmas
Lastly, before taking off for the Christmas holidays, I want to inform you that Literature & Stuff is finally present on social media, both on Facebook, Instagram (litandstuff) and Pinterest. It would mean the world, if you choose to follow me on any of the three!
Now, I’m going to enjoy the Christmas holiday with my family and friends. It is the first Christmas, since my girlfriend and I had our son, so for the first time, we’re celebrating it together. It’s going to be awesome! Hopefully, however, I will manage to sneak in a bit of reading time. I do have a couple of books to finish before the year’s end. And I want a clean slate before starting my reading challenge.
With all that being said: I wish you a very Merry Bookish Christmas! And obviously, a Happy New Year.
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