Hello, fellow readers, and welcome to the twelfth day of Blogmas! For the final day of Blogmas before I go on a brief hiatus, I wanted to discuss my carry over TBR for 2020. There are several books (more like dozens of books!) on my TBR that I did not quite get to in 2019, so they will be carried over to my growing TBR for 2020.
Hello, fellow readers! Today I am sharing some tips for you to read more books in a month. I work full-time as a teacher and I am married, so my time is limited, especially certain times of year (December and May) when our schedule is full with other commitments at night or on weekends. Sometimes I am too tired in the evenings to even think of picking up a book or I just want to be a couch potato and watch TV. These tips will help you find some hidden reading time in your schedule and hopefully help you read more during the month!
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Hello, fellow readers! I am already adding books to my 2020 TBR and thought it would be fun to share some of the new releases I am most excited about next year! I did leave off a couple, like Ruth Ware’s new book, because there were not enough details at the time of writing this to include them on the list.
Hello, fellow readers! Today’s blogmas post will be part two of my series on requesting ARCs from publishers. If you are interested in eARCs on Netgalley, you can view that guide in part one.
Hello, fellow readers! As promised, I am finally sharing how to request ARCs from publishers. The original post was SO long, so I decided to split it in two parts. Today’s post will have some helpful tips and tricks and mistakes to avoid on Netgalley.
Hello, fellow readers, and Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate the holiday! Today I will be discussing a few of the books I am thankful for.
Hello, fellow readers! I am currently working on some exciting posts coming in December and January, so I thought now would be a perfect time to catch up on my Down the TBR Hole series! Today I am evaluating 10 books on my Goodreads TBR.
So basically the idea is to clean up your Goodreads TBR because we are all guilty of adding books to Goodreads and before you know it, there are 200 books on your list and you don’t even remember what a third of them are about!
How it works:
- Go to your Goodreads want-to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
Hello, fellow readers! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it is also the busiest time of the year! We all get so busy, too busy in fact, from November 1 to January 2 every year. While I do enjoy the holiday season, I also somewhat dread the never-ending list of social obligations that comes with it.
I am very much the type of person who wants their time to be “their time.” When I am not working, I want to be free to do exactly what I want. I don’t think anyone disagrees with that, but my point is, I do not have the type of personality that enjoys constant social obligations.
With that said, I know I have to set goals for myself the next two months, or else I will start to feel like my life is spinning out of control! Today I am sharing some of my personal goals for November.
Hello, fellow readers! It seems pretty common in the bookish community to be intimidated by “big books,” but I can’t help but wonder if I am missing out on some hidden gems because I avoid these books. I tend to put off reading books with 400+ pages, mostly because I think of the time spent on that one book and feel like I’m missing out on other books! I also worry I will get bored with the storyline and not finish the book any way, so I just never start reading it! Today I am going to discuss the top ten books from my TBR that I am too intimidated to read. Most of the books on this list have very mixed reviews, partly due to their size, which makes me hesitant to devote time to these books.
Hello, fellow readers! October is one of my favorite months of the year-Halloween, fall festivals, cooler weather, sweaters. I typically save my spookiest books for this time of year. Today I will be discussing thirteen books I want to read during the fall season. Most of these books are backlist books. I am trying to catch up on my TBR since I haven’t been too interested in new releases this year.