At the end of every season throughout the year, I will write about my five favorite reads of the last three months. This will be a check in and foundation for my best-of-2019 list.
This feature will take into consideration the books I read from January 1 to the date this blog post is published. That is 20 books in total. These four titles will not be in any particular order.
*11 out of the 20 books I’ve read so far in 2019 have been books in a series. Due to this fact, each series will only end up on the list once. Due to limited variety, I was only able to choose a top 4 for this season.
Continue reading “Top 4* Books I Read This Winter”
I don’t usually make specific TBRs as I typically choose my next book based on my mood. I have been finding it more difficult to make that choice due to the vast amount of amazing titles that have been released recently. 2019 has already been a great year for new releases. By making this list, I hope to help future me make that decision easier. I have read 8 books a month so far this year so I choose 8 books for my TBR, my most anticipated among ones that will help me reach my reading goals as explained in this post.
I am currently rereading the Ember in the Ashes series so that I can read the third and final book in the series, A Reaper at the Gates.
1. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
I am currently reading this and hope to finish within the next 2-3 days.
Continue reading “March TBR”
Can you stop reading at any time, or does it have to be a certain page or chapter?
Beginning of a chapter. I’ll also stop if there are breaks throughout the chapter.
Do you eat or drink anything while reading?
No eating. Sometimes I will have a tea or soda next to me.
Can you read listening to music or watching TV?
No. Too distracting for me.
One book at a time, or several at once?
I like to read one book at a time. Easier to keep track and remember the story. Continue reading “Getting to Know Me – Book Blog Tag + Giveaway”
Priory of the Orange Tree – February 26
Samantha Shannon, author of The Bone Season, is releasing a high fantasy novel. It features both magic AND dragons. Do I need to say more? I am looking forward to this novel because I greatly enjoyed the first three books of The Bone Season. I enjoyed the world building, getting to know all about London and the way it worked, As a high fantasy novel, I am sure that there will be quite a bit of information and world building that we need to have in order to understand to throughly enjoy this novel.
Continue reading “Most Anticipated Releases: Now – May”