The Year in Review: 2012

Although this year didn’t lend as much time as I would have liked to blogging, I was able to do quite a bit of reading and other literary activities. Below you will find my year in review, from the blogs I created for my classes to the 80 some books that I devoured.

Although I did not reach my goal of 100 books for the year, I did read 80 books in 2012! (Check out which specific titles here.)

Check out the breakdown of the books here:

Genna's 2012 Goodreads Challenge

Genna’s 2012 Goodreads Challenge

 

I also made a few blogs for my LIS classes:

 

Conquer College Website

Conquer College Website

Conquer College –> “Your guide to a seamless transition from high school into college,” this website is for teens entering college and is still a work in process!

 

 

The Harlem Renaissance –> “Your One-Stop Guide to the Best Sources Available,” this is a site devoted to tween and teens interested in learning more about the Harlem Renaissance. This is a great place to start research.

 

This year also found me on Pinterest, with both a library board and a “Smile” inspiration board.

 Here’s to a healthy and happy 2013, everyone!

Happy reading, writing, and blogging! :)

Gary Paulsen quote on books

**What were your favorite reads of 2012?!**

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3 comments on “The Year in Review: 2012

  1. Elizabeth on said:

    Nice post…thanks for sharing. Great year for you.

    My favorite reads of 2012 are in the link below.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Favorite Books of 2012

    • Elizabeth on said:

      Didn’t come out clickable…here it is in its entirety.

      http://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/12/my-favorite-books-of-2012.html

      • Genna Sarnak on said:

        Thanks, Elizabeth! I literally haven’t read a single book on your favorite list and I’m adding them to my TBR shelf on Goodreads now! :)

        Your blog is lovely!

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