Monthly Wrap-Up

October Wrap-Up

Hey, so let’s see what October was like!

MY LIFE: 

October was a long month and a lot of things happened.

I graduated from high school (technically I didn’t as I still have to give exams in March and then I will get the results in May, which is when I will truly graduate).

We had our Annual Function as well, which included the graduation ceremony, and it was so much fun!

This month, we also had Diwali, which is a very important Indian Festival.


BOOKS READ THIS MONTH: 

  • Love, Pride, Virtue and Fate: stars|| A book I couldn’t really enjoy, unfortunately.
  • The Beautiful: 4 stars ||A new sort of a fantasy that has hunger game vibes but proves to be a lot more.

non bookish favs

Average days per book:  15 days

Total pages this month: 448 pages
Average Pages per day: 14 pages

Total pages this year: 16493  pages
Average Pages per day: 54
 pages (304 days)


POSTS: 

As usual, I started off this month by Wrapping up everything that happened in September and you can check out here.

After that, I shared with you all my goals for the month!

I also hauled a few books!

I shared the books I want to read before this year ends and I really do hope I am able ti get to them!

Lastly, I talked about what it is like to be an international blogger.


Reviews: 

I twas only able to post 2 reviews this month but at least I review all the books I read this month!


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Reading Challenges Status

  • Goodreads Reading Challenge: 54/50 (108%)
  • PopSugar Reading Challenge: 11/40 (27.5%)
  • Classics Reading Challenge: 4/50 (8%)

PLANS FOR NOVEMBER: 

I have a lot of studying I need to get done in November as I have mock-exams in December, and I think that is all November is going to be about for me.


That is all for this month! Hope you liked it. Share how your month was in the comments below. How many books did you read? What are your plans for November?

-Jayati xx

9 thoughts on “October Wrap-Up

  1. Interesting that you guys have a graduation ceremony in October, but are technically graduating in May the next year. What’s the reason behind that?

    Currently reading The Beautiful now and I’m honestly disappointed unfortunately.

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    1. Well it’s mostly because we have our founders day in October. Our founder was born on the 27th of October so we have a function for it and it’s easy to include the major and more formal part of the graduation ceremony with it.
      We do have a farewell in December or January when our classes stop and we just have to prepare for our exams at home.

      Ooof it’s sad to hear that! Hope it gets better as you read farther

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