Well, I met my goal of 50 books read in 2020. I am actually at 55 books read so far! I have already told you all about the first 25 earlier this year, so let me give you the next 25. At the end of the year I will reveal all the “surplus” books and … Continue reading I Met My Goodreads Goal!
The quarantine has produced a miracle. At long last. George R.R. Martin has announced the release date of Winds of Winter. And it is... Unknown. It's April's Fool Day and even I am ashamed at how cruel this joke is. Apologies to readers everywhere. I did reach 25 books read so far this year though! … Continue reading Winds of Winter Release Date!
I am so sorry it has taken this long to reveal the full list. I read 42 books last year, and my Goodreads goal was 40. Yay me! Here they are in order that I read them: Red Queen by Victoria AvegardEmpire of Storms by SarahJ MaasLegendary by Stephanie GarberA Court of Frost and Starlight … Continue reading The Complete List of Books of 2019
So we are six weeks into 2020, but I am still trying to figure out what my main goals for the year are. I am trying to have at least one for what I believe to be the important parts of my life. As soon as I share them, you guys can help hold me … Continue reading Goals for 2020
Hello everyone! My Goodreads goal for 2019 is 40 books. I am a little behind schedule- moving states and new jobs can do that I guess- but here are the books I have read so far. They are listed in the order that I read them- not by how much I like them. Red Queen … Continue reading Books of 2019 (So Far)
So back in August I posted about the books I've read from January till then as a celebration of hitting my reading goal of 30 books. I've read a total of 60 books this year (thank you Goodreads for keeping tack), and here are the rest of them, in order that they were read. The … Continue reading 2018 Reading Roundup
I reached my Goodreads goal of reading 30 books in 2018 with months to spare! It is all because I got a Kindle Paperwhite on Prime Day this year, and I figured out how to borrow e-books from the library. It has made reading so much easier (and cheaper). I did not specify that these … Continue reading I Did A Thing
It is July 31 which means it is that wonderful time of year (again) to celebrate J.K. Rowling and her world of Harry Potter. There have been parties at bookstores and marathons of the books and movies around the globe (I assume). I myself have re-read books 1-5 the past couple of weeks, though that's … Continue reading Happee Birthdae Mr. Potter!
I like to think of myself as an avid reader. When I was younger, I practically lived at the library. Hell, I even got grounded from reading when my mom found me past midnight reading Goblet of Fire in my room on a school night. I was in fourth grade. The past few years has … Continue reading 2018 Reading Progress