I have read a lot this year. Most were good. Some I wanted to throw into a hole. Then throw the hole into the sun. Then throw the sun into a black hole. But there were quite a few that stood out as fantastic, amazing, wonderful, and I will never stop telling people to read. That's what this list is about.
It's almost here. The big feast. And my bookish self started wondering about book characters during the holidays. Thankfully, I found this book tag to help ask and answer my wonderings.
My brain is turning to mush. Today's one of those days when it's hard to wake up and think. So, to compensate, I'm giving you another book tag.
We are at less than two months to 2022. If you're like me, you set a reading goal for the year. I read fifty last year. I set my goal this year for 100. I'm at 107 so far.
I've had a few questions pop up since I announced my 31 in 31 reading challenge. How can you read that many books? Why would you try something like this? Do you get any work done? What is wrong with you? Let me answer those backwards. Lots. Yeah, ADHD is a great tool when you utilize it. Because I like to stretch myself so thin you can see through to my weeping soul. That last one is not so easy to answer.
Listen. Here's the thing After reading so many horror books in October, I need something light. Something fluffy. Something cozy.
Here it is. The final list of my to be read in October. I have to admit to a little trepidation. But even if I only make it through the first list, that's still ten books. That puts me ten books closer to my reading goal of one hundred books for the year. And just to give you fair forewarning, yes. There are three Disney villain books on here. I don't want to hear anything about how they're not scary. If a stepmother sending her stepkid into the woods to be killed isn't scary to you, you're on a whole different level than me. Plus, I may have Disney on the brain with an upcoming trip being planned. And BooBash looks like so much fun. Anyway. I also have a few re-reads. Because I loved them so much I have to revisit with them. Even if they scared the hell out of me the first time I read them. So, without further ado, here's the last eleven books on my thirty one in thirty one challenge. I've included my book bingo card again, in case you missed it on the last two blogs.
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These have become less about a reading slump and more of they keep showing up in my Pinterest. So, here we go. How many books are too many books in a series? However many won't fit on my shelf. 2. How do you feel about cliffhangers? At the end of the chapter, yay! At the... Continue Reading →
Still in a reading slump. Like, what is wrong with me? Oh, maybe it's stress. Another kid living with us. New position at work. My KDP account is disabled and all my books are gone. But hey, who's counting, right? Anywho, I found this book tag that was created by Megan on Goodreads. So, here... Continue Reading →