Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a lovely weekend! I had my cousin’s engagement party on Saturday so that was fun and then I spent all day yesterday relaxing and reading! Did you get up to anything exciting?
Today I’m here with my TBR for the Polar-thon that I’ll be taking part in. Polar-thon is a read-a-thon hosted by the lovely JadeyRaeReads (you can check out her channel here). The aim of this read-a-thon is to climb to the top of the mountain using the graphic below and also to discover more Polar Fantasy novels. Read more ›
Hey everyone! I hope you’ve all day a fab week and a good/positive start to the new year! Today I shall be posting some of my most anticipated reads of 2019. There are so so many good books being released this year and trying to pick a few was extremely hard. Depending on how things go I might end up doing a most anticipated reads of Summer post and then Winter post later in the year.
Hey guys, so we’re officially at the end of the first week of January 2019. I’m so late in posting my TBR for this month but here were are now that I finally have some sort of reading options in order. For the first part of January I decided to take some books out of the library so for now those are the books I’ll be reading! These books are;
Hey guys! So after giving myself a week to decide on what books I’m going to read this month I’ve settled on re-reading a series since the new book has just been released! As well as this I have two books I was asked to review two months ago and one from Netgalley so I’ll be reading them too and then that will be the end of my review request books.
The books I’m planning on reading this month are:
The Infernal Devices – Cassandra Clare
The Mortal Instruments – Cassandra Clare
The Show – John A Heldt
Burning Bright – Chanda Stafford
The Dead House – Dawn Kurtagich
Lady Midnight – Cassandra Clare
Bane Chronicles – Cassandra Clare
So obviously there’s a lot of books there and I know there’s no chance I’ll read them all so this will probably go on until April too but we’ll see when we come to the recap at the end of the month!
I’ve also just finished reading ‘Not If I See You First’ and oh my god. I can’t remember the last time I was this invested in a character! Parker was just so loveable and it had just about everything you could want in a book in it! I don’t know if I’ll review it yet as I only have the uncorrected proof and I also want to read the finished copy so I’ll have a think about that.
What are you guys planning on reading this month? Let me know in the comments below or link me to your post!
Good afternoon guys! Throughout January I won a couple of book giveaways and so February will be a month dedicated to reading them because I just can’t wait any longer. I plan on reading a total of 6 books! Hopefully I’ll be able to do it.
The books I’m planning on reading are:
Seed – Lisa Heathfield (this is for UKYA In The Rain)
One – Sarah Crossan
Not If I See You First – Eric Lindstrom
This Raging Light – Estelle Laure
Fallout (Lois Lane #1) – Gwenda Bond
The Dead House – Dawn Kurtagich
All of these books apart from ‘Seed’ and ‘The Dead House’ I won from Maximum Pop Books and I won ‘One’ from Sarah Crossan herself. I’m so excited to read them all and review them too!
Right now I’m just finishing off ‘Even Angels Fall’ by F.L Darbyshire which I received to review. I’m so late in posting the review of it but I have just under 100 pages left so it should be up in the next few days!
Good morning guys! This month I’m getting off to a slow start because I’m trying to improve my blog and reading habits so I can try and read more this year so I’m only planning on reading around 4 books!
The Mine – John A Heldt
Chaos Walking Trilogy – Patrick Ness
I received ‘The Mine’ in exchange of a review and so far I’m really enjoying the book! The story sounded really interesting when Heldt emailed me so I’m glad that the book so far is living up to what I was told about it.
The ‘Chaos Walking’ trilogy has been on my tbr for a while now and thanks to the book club I’m part of (UKYA In The Rain), ‘The Knife Of Never Letting Go’ was picked for this months read! I’m so excited to finally be able to start it and hopefully it’s as good as everyone’s been saying!
That’s all I’m planning on reading but if I do manage to finish them all before the end of the month then I’ll read one of the other books I’ve received to review.
What are you guys planning on reading this month??
Hey guys! It’s finally that time of year again and I’m super excited! I adore this time of year because it’s just such a lovely time to reunite with all your family and spend time with each other. Unfortunately, this year I’m unable to spend much time with my family as I’m working right up until the 15th and then go back to work from the 18th right up until Christmas Day which makes me realise how horrible it is having to grow up and miss out on things. This also means I have less reading time as I’d like but I’m being ambitious and aiming to read 8 books as they’re all books I have to review and it’s pretty much the same books as last month as I didn’t do very well in November either.
I have just finished reading ‘Fooling Around With Cinderella‘ and the review and book blitz for that will be posted on Monday so keep an eye out for that!
My TBR list for December:
The Improbable Wonders Of Moojie Littleman – Robin Gregory
Black Creek – Gregory Lamberson
The Mine – John A. Heldt
Even Angels Fall – F L Darbyshire
Down The Wormhole – Ana Franco
Imminent Danger & How To Fly Straight Into It – Michelle Proulx
The Next Together – Lauren James
I’m hoping that I manage to get through at least half of these books this month so I can read a few of the books I’ve bought in the new year before getting back into reviewing again!
What are you guys planning on reading this month? Let me know in the comments below!
I wish you all a lovely holiday season and hope you enjoy your time with your loved ones!