Of course I decided to create reading goals for 2021 (click here to see that post), so I thought with March now being over (the first quarter of the year) it’s a good time to see how I’m doing so far. Am I on track? What do I still need to work on? Keep on reading to find out!
Once again I’m shocked by how fast March flew by. I’m pretty happy with how well I’ve done with my March TBR (which you’ll see in our wrap up at the beginning of April). Today I want to talk about the books I’m planning on reading in April. Keep on reading if you want to know what books are on my TBR.
Each month we take a look at our bookhaul from the previous year to see if we’ve read the books we bought. After that glimpse the year after we don’t really keep an eye on what we’ve read. So we decided to take a look back at 2017 and see how we’re doing! Candyce started us off last week and today it’s my turn. Like Candyce I will only be adding pictures of books I haven’t read yet because this will already be a long post that way ;). Let’s jump in!
I added links to reviews if I wrote them! Continue reading “Bookish Item | 2017 Bookhauls – What Have I Read? Part 2”
Each month we take a look at our bookhaul from the previous year to see if we’ve read the books we bought. After that glimpse the year after we don’t really keep an eye on what we’ve read. So we decided to take a look back at 2017 and see how we’re doing! This week I’ll take a look and next week Isabelle will take a turn. We only started blogging near the end of September 2017, so I’m thinking it shouldn’t be too bad?
As always, I’m in the middle of a lot of books haha. And I thought it would be fun to share a little something about the books I’m currently reading. Usually I’m reading at least one ebook, one physical book and listening to one audiobook. Let’s see what I’m in the middle of right now! Continue reading “Bookish Item | Currently Reading”
Once again we’re at the end of the month and it’s time to think about the books I want to read. In all honesty, I never completely stick to my list but I like having an idea of books I want to read. The first two weeks of March I have vacation time, so I’m hoping to get a lot of reading done along with the book tours I have scheduled. Keep on reading to see my March TBR.
Normally we do tags on Thursdays, but lately both of us have been having a harder time finding tags we want to do or think are fun. That’s when I stumbled upon this new bookish meme: #MGTakesOnThursday created by BookCraic. Middle grade books have become a bigger part of our TBR, so this looked like a lot of fun. Let’s take a look at what this is all about! Continue reading “Bookish Item | #MGtakesonthursday : Bridge of Souls – Victoria Schwab”
As you all know my Netgalley ratio is one of my bookish goals this year (and has been the past few years). It’s not one I’ve been good at, so I really need to concentrate on this one. I’ve written about my backlist in four other posts (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4). It’s been almost a year since I wrote a post like this and it shows, haha. Today is my Netgalley Backlist Part 5. Let’s take a look!
It’s been a while since either of us did a bookish beginnings and I just picked up a book that I thought would be perfect for this. This meme was created by Rose City Reader. The idea is to post the first sentence or so of the book you’re currently reading. After that you talk about your initial thoughts about the sentence, book or anything to do with that.
I finally started This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. And as soon as I started the book I knew I would love it. So let’s take a look! Continue reading “Bookish Beginnings on Friday | This Is How You Lose The Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone”
It’s hard to believe it’s going to be February 1st on Monday. January normally takes forever to be over, but not this year! I may have not completely stuck to my TBR this month, but I’m looking forward to talking about the books I plan on reading next month. Keep on reading for my February TBR!