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.
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 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!
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 : The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars – Shivaun Plozza”
If you’ve read our 2021 reading goals you’ll know I’m determined to finally finish some series that I started before the beginning of this year. It’s hard at times when waiting for books to release or when I start a series and get distracted by others books. Even though in some cases I only have one book to go. Keep on reading if you want to know what series I want to finish in 2021!
Every year we set goals for our reading and reviewing for the year to come. Recently we shared our 2021 reading goals with you all. And today we wanted to tell you how we ended up doing on our 2020 reading goals. Did we reach all our goals? Let’s dive in our end of the year update and find out!
Continue reading “Bookish Item | 2020 Reading Goals: End of the Year Update”
2020 was a great reading year for both of us, but you can’t like everything you read. And that’s something that happened to us as well. We don’t want to speak bad of these books and we’re sure there are readers that will like them because of the reasons we don’t. So keep on reading to find out what our 2020 most disappointing reads turned out to be!
We’ve been enjoying talking about all of our 2020 favorites. We both read a lot of amazing books, but we also wanted to take time and talk about our 2020 favorite covers. There were so many stunning covers out there they need to get some attention as well. Keep on reading to find out more about our favorites!
Today we’re back with our next list of favorite 2020 reads. This time we’re talking about more recent releases. We’ve already talked about our favorite graphic novels/manga, romances and backlist books. Today is our favorite reads: 2020 releases edition. Keep on reading to see what books we loved!
After our list of favorite graphic novels/manga and romances reads in 2020 it’s time to look at the backlist books we read in 2020. Both of us wanted to focus more on our backlists, so it’s a good time to talk about the ones we loved. Keep on reading for our 2020 favorite reads: backlist books edition! We’re talking about our top 15!