The Sunday Post – An Update


Welcome to The Sunday Post, which is hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is a chance to recap the previous week and announce anything for the upcoming week. You can talk about whatever you want in this post as well.

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I’m Joining The Pondathon!

Pondathon: The Quiet Pond's story-driven readathon. Image: Two swords with vines wrapped around it frame the words 'Pondathon', with three little forest sprites sitting on top. One forest sprite has a leaf on its head, the middle has twigs for horns, and the right has a mushroom on its head.

I wasn’t really planning on joining the Pondathon, but after seeing everyone joining and designing a completely adorable character, I decided to join after all. The Pondathon is a readathon that I know that I can do and it seems to be a lot of fun to do as well! Not to mention, there’s a whole community doing it! It is going to be fun doing this with a lot of friends and following along the story of the Pondathon as it goes on.

Note: All art on this post is from CW, who is hosting this awesome readathon!

What is the Pondathon?

The Pondathon is a co-operative and story-driven readathon hosted and run by CW from The Quiet Pond. The aim of the Pondathon is to read books and collect points to protect the friends over at The Quiet Pond from the encroaching malevolent forces that threaten our friends in the forest.

Have fun participating in the Pondathon readathon by joining one of five teams, each with a unique way to collect points and signing up! You can also follow the story of the Pondathon as it unfolds, and participants can also complete ‘side quests’ during the readathon to collect extra points. The readathon takes place from January 24th 2020 to March 7th 2020. More information about the readathon can be found here.
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My 2020 Most Anticipated Books


When there’s a new year, there are new books coming out. Every reader already knows what new and upcoming book they want, even though it is only the beginning of the year. I have gone through my books and found all my anticipated books for this year that I am excited to read. Here are my most anticipated books of 2020 (in no particular order);

ReverieWicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco
Release Date:
March 3rd, 2020





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December Recap – End of 2019



The year finally ends and I have managed to read 5 books/graphic novels this month. It has been a pretty good month as I enjoyed all my reads. I did not really have any problem with any of them. I did take a “break” after Christmas until New Year’s but that didn’t stop me from reading what I can before the end of the year comes around.


There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool Naturally Tan by Tan France Gretel by Ben Meares Days of Sugar and Spice by Loïc Clément Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco

There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool – ★★★★
Naturally Tan by Tan France – ★★★★★
Gretel by Ben Meares – ★★★★
Days of Sugar and Space by Loïc Clément – ★★★★
Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco – ★★★★★

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KRF’s Blogging Statistics Recap – 2018


This is the final installment of my “End of the Year” post series for 2019. Last year, I decided to compare my blog’s statistics from the year before to see how I did. This year, I am doing the same to see how I did and where I could improve, if needed. Anyhow, let’s take a look at how I did this year compared to 2018.

Year 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2018 220 872 4.0 2,740 12.5 95,493 434
2019 122 532 4.4 1,680 13.8 54,339


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 28 December 2019 and may not include statistics from any posts after the date.

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KRF’s Goals Recap – 2019


In the second part of the yearly “End of the Year” series, I compare my current reading goals with the goals of that I had the previous year. As a reminder, I originally set my goal to 65 books, and then lowered it down to 60 books for the year. I have also set a goal of reading 21,000 pages as well. Here are the final counts for this year and compared to last year:

Books Pages
2018 77 24009
2019 60 20276

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