Okay, so I found this meme by accident and thought it sounded like fun. Also, a way to maybe try and post more? Heck, it can’t hurt, right?
…and flopped at. Hah!
Although I’m going to tweak this just a tiny bit and change it to books I should have finished last year but didn’t.
And I Darken by Kiersten White. I was really into this and then received a review book or something from Netgalley or saw something shiny… who knows why I stopped, but I did.
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I have started and stopped this monster book a thousand times. However, I have made progress – I’m finally at the 60% mark!
Raven Black by Ann Cleeves. An online book group I belong to LOVES Ann Cleeves so I picked this up to read so I could join in with their adulation of the author. Trouble is, it’s a huge paperback and… my hands hurt after only a few minutes of holding a print book. I need this to go on sale for the Kindle. Stat.
So, this is my tale of woe. What does yours look like?
Normally, I don’t read a lot of young adult fiction, but this is a subject I can get into fully. Continue reading “[Blogtober] Witchy YA”
This is tough because I’m never up on new releases. Like, ever. Why? Because I have this ginormous backlog of books I haven’t read yet, so looking at upcoming releases only gets me into more trouble. That said, here are a few that I’m looking forward to not being able to buy for the next seven years: Continue reading “[Blogtober] Most Anticipated October Releases”
Wow, can you believe it’s almost March already? Yikes.
February’s challenge was fantasy or paranormal reads which I thought would be right up my alley. Yeah, well, while I did much better than I did in January, I still didn’t do very good. Continue reading “Fantastic February Wrap-Up & Monstrous March TBR!”
First things first: how did I do with my January Jam Jar challenge? Continue reading “January Update, Book Haul, and February Outlook”
Things have gotten a little nuts here at home lately and I haven’t been able to keep up with the weekly memes. I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things soon. *crosses fingers* Continue reading “Weekly Update”
Although I’m failing most epically in the January Jam Jar Challenge, I’m all in for Kathy @ Books and Munches February challenge. February means fantasy and paranormal and that sounds perfect to me! You can see all the details here. Continue reading “February Challenge: Fantastic February”