I had a lot of fun doing this last time so I figured I would revisit it and make it a “series” on this blog. Posts like these really help to cut the books you have no interest in reading off your Goodreads.
Gasp! What a monster I am doing a book unhaul. Lol. Time to get real here for a second. My dirty book secret is….. I prefer ebooks to physical books. I’ll explain why, I get a lot of bad hand pain and a ereader is easier for me to hold. I am a mood reader, so the option of having multiple books at all times is a bonus, and honestly sometimes I become overwhelmed looking at my bookshelf
I’ve heard of this reading challenge before but this is my first time taking part in it. Around the year in 52 books is a list of 52 prompts. The “goal” is to complete all/as many prompts as you like
The 2010’s brought us a pretty good selection of books. It started the dystopian craze and who could forget the twihearts? (ie Twilight fans).
I can’t believe it’s already March! I don’t know if it’s just me but I noticed after I hit 26 years old time just flys by. Then I’m just left wondering what happened. Haha
F*cked at 40 is a book is written in a conversational tone which really resonates with me. I laughed, shook my head in agreement, and even thought “what the heck are you doing?, stop that”!
Holy crap! How is it already April? Does anyone else feel like February was gone as soon as it started and March was 80,000 days long? Lol. This is my first time participating in the O.W.L’s. It was created by G. She puts SO much work and effort into these, it’s incredible!
The dreaded reading slump. If you have never been in one count yourself lucky! How do you battle a reading slump if you’re stuck in one?
It always makes a book more interesting when you have fierce female characters. Whether they be main characters or side characters. The age of “damsels in distress” is hopefully changing
At the beginning of January I did a bookish goals post. In that post I listed 10 book related goals I wanted to accomplish. I know it only the 3rd month of 2020 but I thought it could be interesting to give an update on how I’m doing with them.