I know we’re pretty much halfway through summer already, but I wanted to talk about my summer reading plans, which essentially is my summer TBR for the most part. Like all my other TBR posts, this isn’t a definitive list of books that I’m going to be reading, but just an idea of ones thatContinue reading “Summer Reading Plans | 2020”
I can’t believe it’s already another month. But I feel like I’ve said that for the start of every month. This year literally feels like it’s flying by despite everything that’s been going on in the world. But that being said, I don’t really have that many books that I want to get to thisContinue reading “Books to Read July | 2020”
I’m a couple days late in posting this TBR, and honestly, I don’t know how much I’m going to push myself to stick to it. There are a few books that I’m pretty set on, but the rest I’m not too sure if I’ll be in the mood to read them this month.
During the month of April, I will be participating in the Magical Readathon, or the O.W.L.’s Readathon. During this readathon, people are able to pick a career path that is related to the Harry Potter series, and take classes in order to work towards that career. There are specific prompts for each class, and youContinue reading “Books to Read in April | 2020”
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?
I first saw this on Book Coffee Happy‘s blog, and I figured I’d give it a try. I’m not sure if I’ll make this a weekly thing, considering I can be kind of slow when reading a book. So maybe I’ll make it an every other week thing. But thanks so much to Sam from TakingContinue reading “WWW Wednesday | 02.12.20”
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”