Just one more month of the year left! Time flew by so fast, I have no idea where November went! Hopefully, all my energy went into getting the backlog down, let’s find out!
I open this post with a warning that there are spoilers for A Sister’s All You Need Volume 11 as well as more minor spoilers for Animeta and Pet Girl of Sakurasou in here so if you’re invested in any of these then I’d advise you to click away now.
This month I feel like I unexpectedly made a lot more progress on reading my backlog, so I’m hoping that’s actually reflected in the stats…
Bold = completed series
Italic = dropped
No volume number = one shot
Unexpectedly September continued to be busy at work, so I didn’t get as much read as I usually would. Nevertheless, let’s take a look at what I managed to read!
This month has been crazy at work so I don’t feel like I’ve gotten a whole lot of reading done. Mixed with the fact I have more disposable income, I’ve probably bought way more books than I actually read (hopefully that’s not actually true hahaha….). Let’s see how August has gone!
July went by in a flash and now I’m writing a reading log yet again. I don’t feel like I got a lot done this month but maybe I’ll be pleasantly surprised. Let’s find out!
Last month I started project Attack on Backlog, but between spending a weekend reorganising my books and a delivery of new stuff to cover for AUKN, my efforts have somewhat fizzled out… Either way, let’s see what I read this month!
This month I started project Attack on Backlog, which I’m hoping will see me get through all the light novels I’ve been stockpiling over the last few months. I only started this toward the end of the month so I don’t think we’ll see the benefits just yet.
Another month, another reading log~ This past month I decided to go all-in on binging How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord, so it’ll be interesting to see if that has affected the numbers drastically at all. Let’s find out!
Another month of the year down! However, March includes my birthday so it’s a pretty bad time of the year in terms of my backlog growth. Let’s find out how much I’ve managed to read away…