December 2018 Recap – The End of the Year


December has come and gone and that means 2018 has finally ended. While last moth I recapped on my year, this post is just to recap December. I believe December has been one of best months I’ve had in while, so I am excited to get into it. Let’s see how well I did!


Descendant of the Crane by Joan He Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand
Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum Nyxia by Scott Reintgen Aldo by Yannick Pelegrin

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KRF’s Blogging Statistics Recap – 2018


This is the final installment of my End of the Year post series for 2018. I decided to do something new and compare blog statistics between 2017 and 2018. I really do want to see how much the blog has progressed over the duration of this year. Let’s see how the blog did this year.

Year 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2017 171 188 1.1 655 3.8 74,731 437
2018 220 872 4.0 2,740 12.5 95,493


2 = Total Posts | 3 = Total Comments
4 = Average Comments Per Posts | 5 = Total Likes
6 = Average Likes Per Posts | 7 = Total Words
8 = Average Words Per Posts

Note: All statistics were taken on 24 December 2018 and may not include statistics from any posts after the date.

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KRF’s Goals Recap – 2018


One of many things I like to do at the end of each year is look at my reading statistics and my goals to see how well I did and compare them from previous years.

Last year, I set a goal to read at least 50 books and 23,000 pages. If I were to beat those goals, then I would try a “Match and Beat” goal, which was 74 Books and 28,445 pages. During the year, I did change my goal from 50 to 51 because there was a book I read but I didn’t want to have it included in the original 50 books goal. Let’s take a closer look to see how I did.

Last year, I have read 74 books and 28,445 pages.
This year, I have read a total of 77 books and 24,075 Pages.

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KRF’s Best Author of 2018


As I did the previous year, I am continuing the “Best Author of the Year” post one more time for this year. This is going to be a yearly thing for me as well. The Best Author can be only selected based on books that I have read this year and have made reading worth while and extremely fun for me. The author would also make me want to keep reading as well.

KRF’s 2018 Best Author is…


2018’s Honorable Mentions:

Becky Albertalli & Tomi Adeyemi

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End of the Year Top 10 Books! – 2018 Edition

EOTYIt’s that time of the year again! As the year come to a close, we take the time to reflect on all the books we’ve read and choose some of our best reads. Today, I am gathering a list of my Top 10 Reads this year. This list is made out of books I have read this year, regardless of when the books were published. Here are my Top 10 Books for 2018:

#1 –
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

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Christmas Blog Tag!


Just Another Christmas Tag.

When I was researching Christmas Tag when I was making mine, I wanted to make sure that I wasn’t repeating tags that were already made. As I was trying to narrow down my main theme (which eventually came down to Christmas Characters), I came across this tag and it actually looked like a nice, simple tag to do. However, I wasn’t able to find the original creator or any rules, just I guess I’ll just get right into it then?
(Note: I know this isn’t a book tag, but all I had was this book tag header…)


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The Befana Comes By the Night


Today’s prompt, brought to you by Camilla @ Reader in the Attic, is very interesting. Camilla uses Befana, an old lady who flies on a broom and leaves sweets for good children. This happens every January for Italian kids. However, for this prompt, we become Befana and we’re passing out books! I do have Italian heritage, so this one has caught my eye and I figured to do it as well.


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