The beauty of these tags is that sometimes, someone will suggest you to do them. For the last few tags I’ve filled in, I’ve found them online myself. This one is different – someone actually thought of me to do it. ZeeZee tagged me in the New Year’s Book Resolutions post on her blog, and I love this as it’s a great way to think deeper about what’s on your bookshelf. It’s a little break from the book reviews too.Continue reading
This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
Every year, despite the best of intentions, there’s always a couple of books that fall through the cracks. I always find books I want to get around to that come out each year, but then never actually read them.
Have you read any of these books? Please do make the case for which I should start ASAP. I actually have copies of most of these, so there’s no excuses for the majority of these to still linger on my TBR by the end of the year.Continue reading
I am the actual worst for acquiring books and leaving them to gather dust on my shelves for the longest time. It’s something I really need to work on, and I’m adamant to do more shopping my stash in 2021.
When it comes to making my way through this pile, I strongly think these are the ones I’ll kick it all off with. If you recognise any books in here, please tell me which needs to be immediately bumped up my TBR.Continue reading
This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday, run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
Ok, raise your hand if you’ve had a book on your shelf for YEARS you’ve been promising yourself will be your next read, and never picked up? Yeah, me too. I am the worst for buying a book I can’t wait to read, and then for some reason completely ignoring it.It’s got to stop, because I’ve been missing out on some amazing books I know people love. So why can’t I pick them up?
This is part of Top 10 Tuesday, which is run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
Today’s Top 10 Tuesday calls for some books you’re not interested in reading. So, I’m going to team my answers up with another bookish meme – the Down The TBR Hole.
This is a challenge started by Lia from Lost in a Story. The aim is to cull ten books from your Goodreads TBR and free yourself up for the books you actually do want to read.
So, the rules are:
- Go to your Goodreads TBR shelf.
- List it in ascending order.
- Pick the first five/ten books and decide whether you want them to stay or go.