In light of everything that’s going on in the world today and social distancing, Regan from PeruseProject on YouTube, is hosting a readathon of sorts this weekend. There aren’t any challenges to follow; it’s just a way to connect with others during this time of isolation. And what better way do that than through books?
There aren’t many books that I want to get to this month, and I’m thinking about reading mostly YA contemporary books. I guess it was because I finished last month reading Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed, and I’ve been in the mood for those kind of books. And none ofContinue reading “Books To Read in March | 2020”
So I decided to participate in the Tome Topple Readathon this month. This post is a little late considering the readathon started on Friday, but I figured I’d share it anyway, since it doesn’t end until February 20th. My TBR might be a little ambitious because the main focus of this readathon is big books.Continue reading “Tome Topple Readathon TBR | 2020”
I know, we’re already halfway into the month and I haven’t posted the books that I want to read in April. I really don’t have that many that I really want to get to this month, so I’m going to make this list brief. The first couple are ones that I was in the middleContinue reading “Books To Read in April”
Something that I’ve really gotten into last year was audiobooks. In the middle of 2018, I decided to give Audible a try. I had already began listening to audiobooks through my local library, but there wasn’t a large selection of books that I was really interested in. So I figured Audible would allow me toContinue reading “Audiobooks to Read in 2019”
I know we’re already a week into March, but I’m just getting around to posting the list of books that I want to get through this month. I might be a little ambitious in what I plan to read, but I’m going to try my best. And considering I didn’t read that much last month,Continue reading “Books to Read in March”
There aren’t that many books that I actually want to get to this month, mainly because I know that I won’t have much time to read them. With work and school, I’m pretty tired by the end of the day that I can barely keep my eyes open to read before bed. So I’m thinking,Continue reading “Books To Read in February”