Hello pals! I'm so happy to announce that the Off the Grid Readathon is back! Shanah from Bionic Bookworm came up with this fantastic quarterly readathon in 2018, and the time has come for our third round. We always have such a good time running this readathon and invite you to join us!
Happy Friday! It has technically been a short week for me, but I'm still so excited for the weekend. This week was an incredibly exciting one, mainly because Scottish Fiance and I went to the Harry Potter Studios in London! So much wizardy goodness was had and I'm still patiently waiting for my Hogwarts letter (it's 19 years late, but I'm holding out hope). If you guys are interested, I can do a post with all my photos!
So my intention for this month was to have essentially no TBR and 'shop my shelves' for books I've had lying around and may have forgotten about. I decided to pick out a couple of priority titles and go from there. Guess how many 'priority' books I picked? 14. So I guess I unintentionally picked my TBR for April. Whoops.
So this is incredibly short notice, but bear with me. I feel like life has been just so crazy lately that I haven’t really had the time to sit down with a book and relax. I’ve really missed my leisurely reading time! So, what to do about this? Fortunately my realisations come at a very convenient time. Easter falls during this coming weekend, and I have no plans. Why not do a mini readathon?
I have decided to do something a little bit different with my TBR this month. I’ll usually have about 12-15 books on my TBR to give myself a little variety during the month, but that means I usually don’t finish them. February was a little bit of a disaster in terms of my TBR for a number of reasons, so I’ve decided to roll over my January and February TBR’s into a single month.
Hello wonderful readers! If you’ve been reading my blog at all, you know that I have a problem. That problem is one that many of us readers have. I own a lot of books. A lot of books. So many books that I haven’t read half of the books in my flat. I haven’t read one third of the books in my flat. If I’m honest, I’m probably hovering around 20%. How sad is that?
Hello all you wonderful readers! I decided to do something a little different this month for my TBR -- I let Scottish Fiance choose what I will read. I picked out the books I know I need to read this month and let him choose the rest. Was I worried? Absolutely. Did I need to be? Well...kind of, yes.