Two weeks ago I talked about the 2021 Beat the Backlist Bingo and posted my possible TBR for the first half of the prompts (2021 Beat the Backlist Bingo Part 1). There are 52 prompts, so there was too much to put into one post. So today I’m back with part 2. Let’s take a look at the last 26 prompts for this book bingo.
We’re at the beginning of December, so it’s time (for me at least) to start thinking about reading goals for next year. My backlist is one that has been on my reading goals list for the past few years and could still be a lot less than it is now. I’ve done better at reading backlist books though this year (even though only 19 of them were on my shelf before the beginning of the year).
I recently saw the announcement for Beat the Backlist Bingo 2021. There are options for a 24 or 52 prompt bingo. So two books a month or one a week. I’m going to be a bit ambitious and go for the 52 bingo. So here’s part 1 of my possible TBR of this bingo. Keep on reading to find out more!
I can’t believe I’m already thinking about what I want to read the last month of this year! In many ways 2020 has flown by, but it’s also gone by incredibly slow. Hopefully 2021 turns out to be an amazing for everyone! But first let’s talk about what I want to read next month in my December TBR!
Candyce and I wrote a couple of blogposts about the book series we are reading or really want to read. And I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the series I’m reading and are actually caught up with! When I came up with this idea, I was caught up with a lot more than I am currently… To be honest, I’m afraid to look haha. Let’s look together!
I only picked series with at least two books published! Continue reading “Bookish Item | Current Series I’m Caught Up With”
Since we’ve been blogging I’ve seen different posts where bloggers let their boyfriends choose their TBR. I thought it was a fun idea, but never gave it a try. I saw another post recently and decided to give it a go. So here’s the first time my boyfriend chose my TBR. Let’s take a look!
Isabelle and I were talking recently about our Netgalley books. I still have to review so many and I’m failing terribly at my goal to get my feedback ratio to 80% this year. That’s when I started things about the books I’ve got on Netgalley and need to read. I already own a lot of these physically now as well. Let’s take a look at which ones have already appeared on my shelves before reading my e-arc! Hopefully this will motivate me to prioritize these.
My reading month in October turned out completely different than planned. A lot of my TBR was thrown out the window. I’ve noticed the pressure of reading for deadlines was starting to get to me and I need to let that go a bit. So my November TBR still has a few ARCs, but I’ll be reading a bit more freely as well. I’m letting myself be more of a mood reader, so let’s see what my November plan will be.
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve done a Bookish Beginnings on Friday, so I thought it was time for another one. 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’ve talked about Spoiler Alert a few times on the blog and I’m finally going to sit down and read it. So it’s the perfect time to write this post! Let’s take a look.
It’s hard to believe it’s almost October! I’ve said this before, but 2020 is taking forever and flying by at the same time. The past few months I’ve talked about my monthly TBR and want to do that again today. So if you’re curious about my October TBR, keep on reading!
Yesterday we celebrated 3 years of blogging with a giveaway (there’s still time to check that out). Today we want to talk about our hopes and wishes for the next 3 years. We’re still loving what we’re doing, but we definitely have goals and wishes, so keep on reading to find out more!