This time last year I had finished my first year (the foundation year) of my degree and now I have just finished my second year. I am officially halfway through and amazed that I have even made it this far! However, my second year has been incredibly better than the first and even though this time there isn’t anything that I want to write about specific to my second year, I still want to document the year anyway as a kind of memory log.
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I thought I’d do the 2016 Annual End of Year Survey, as hosted by @The Perpetual Page-Turner as I love the idea of really having a look back at all the books I have read in the past year:
I always thought that choosing my favourite books would be an incredibly hard decision, however apparently this decision wasn’t as hard as I was expecting. Although, no doubt this list will change over time but right at this moment, these are books that I would enthusiastically recommend people to read:
9 months completed. I’ve already debated multiple times whether to actually post this because not a lot of people know about how I felt about my first year but I think it’ll be interesting for me to look back on in the future and it’ll be a positive message (trust me on this!) for those about to move away from home/start uni. Continue reading The First of Four Years // Beth Morley